The burger was advertised as 1/2 lb of black angus. The beef was above average and was a little over cooked to the medium I requested. Lots of crispy garlic fries was a nice touch. The one thin slice of romaine lettuce did not do the burger justice. Plus the bacon could have been leaner. The cheddar cheese was not processed and was sharp. The onion and tomato were cut 1/4"" thick which was just right. The one thing that bugged me was that the patty was not formed evenly. The outer edge of the burger was 1/4"" thin while the middle was 1"" thick. My first impression was that it was not an eight ounce burger. The sesame seed bun was fresh and thicker than most. This was great since it was able to last to the end without being squished into oblivion. The waitress was perky and very accomodating. The setting was nice with lots of wood so it had a more masculine feel. Table linens would have been better to match the napkins instead of paper mats covering the table.
Pros: service, garlic fries