Crime doesn't pay, but it does eat. Specifically: late-night jelly-filled doughnut burgers at Illegal Food, a pop-up turned permanent fixture at Edgewood barcade Joystick Gamebar, full of delicious stacks of chicken and waffles, hand-cut fries, and said doughnut burgers in O4W.
All of Illegal's burgers are ground by hand, with locally sourced cuts of meat from Brasstown, Meyer, and Vande Rose farms.
Buttermilk fried chicken wings are stacked high on top of a Belgian pecan waffle with bourbon maple sorghum syrup.
Fries are hand cut and double-fried for a crispy skin and soft interior. They also come "Okonomiyaki-style" with homemade Japanese mayo, Sriracha, shredded nore, and bonito flakes.
Their signature grass-fed beef Hank burger does hard time with crucial American cheese and their "special sauce" on a classic H&F bun.
Hide the women and children, it's the O.D.B. (Old Dirty Breakfast). Six Chambers with even more beef, cheddar, Applewood bacon, and a fried egg sandwiched between two Krispy Kreme doughnut "buns". And there's an even more intense iteration called the Notorious P.I.G. with Brasstown pork and raspberry-filled doughnuts. Baby, baby!