When Jimmy Rollins said “who cares?” about Spring Training statistics, perhaps he was talking about Chase Utley.
If you collect every burger ever made throughout history and arrange them from best to worst, this baby will land exactly in the middle. Not special, not bad. Not memorable. Of course, an average burger is better than most things you can eat.
What a pleasant find this was – and thanks to the loyalists who kept telling me to check it out. I really do pay attention to the tweets and Facebook mentions telling me to go. You know what I mean.
When the Eagles released DeSean Jackson, it reminded many of when they released another top receiver, Cris Carte
It’s a gimmicky place by my standards, looking like an explosion in Jimmy Buffet’s basement. And there’s gimmicky nonsense on the menu – French fries splashed with jalapeno or gyro burgers. But the margaritas are excellent and the burgers are well above average.
By Glen Macnow Score: 5.6 Price: $13 for the Tap Burger, plus $3 for bacon. Location: 39th and Walnut It all sounds impressive on the menu: Creekstone Farms ground beef, Lancaster rustic cheddar, agrodolce onions, […]
The controversial decision by the Eagles to release Jackson, followed by him potentially signing in Washington, spurred a ton of fan reaction.
Who would have thought a tiny two-man food truck would become a contender in this contest? But Spot Burger deserves its cult following. There’s a waitress to take your order, a guy yielding the spatula and a long line of devotees. Think Soup Nazi, except with a cheery demeanor.
Lots of gimmicks here if you’re looking. They’ve got a “TV Dinner” burger made out of Salisbury steak and crammed (along with peas and carrots) between two deep-fried mashed-potato buns. They’ve got a double-cheeseburger burger where the entire bun is made from inter-weaved bacon. Of such are my dreams.
I’m really reluctant to rip a business that’s in my own backyard. But Havertown deserves a better burger than this one. It’s all like the old Woody Allen joke – “Boy the food in this place is really terrible. Yeah, and such small portions.”
The 94WIP Morning Show named their Winners and Weasels for March 28th, 2014.
The friendly night manager boasted: “It’s the same burger as Rouge. There you’ll pay $17, here it’s just $11.”
Ahh, this is what the ideal bar burger should taste like. Featured a few years back as the best burger in Pennsylvania, Royal’s Angus burger features bacon, caramelized onions, smoked Gouda and spicy long hot peppers and chile mayo on a seeded brioche bun.
Flay should be embarrassed by “Bobby’s Burger Palace.” Other than a decent – and cheap – beer selection, there’s no reason to spend your money here.
Having to endure arguably the toughest season in the history of franchise, the question comes up again, and again, “How long will we have to wait before the 76ers are title contenders?”