After taking a few months to settle into its Tremont Street digs, the popular South End Southern spot from chefs Eric Gburski & Brian Poe is rolling out an inaugural restaurant-inside-a-restaurant lunch menu theme dubbed "daytime burger joint" complete with double cheeseburgers (yeah), hot sauced-fries (hell yeah), and salads (...)
In case you forgot how handsome the bar area looks, take another gander before snagging a stool and ordering up a pint of Goose Island 312 Urban Wheat
Unless you're viewing this from your time machine, you're not too early: burgers will indeed be served
Stay traditional with their American cheese-topped single-patty House burger on a potato roll plated with B 'n B pickles
Fries come with one of three dipping sauces including a red chili & garlic mayo "Not So Hot" and the Scotch bonnet-/mustard-based "Wicked Hot", also the creepy way your mom described Will Middlebrooks in her Facebook status update.
Fine, this isn't a "burger" in the traditional sense of the word. But this is a crispy pan-fried catfish sandwich, and they're Southern food specialists, so, just BE COOL.
If you like '90s movies starring Roddy McDowall, or, less likely, getting double the "meat, cheese, and FUN(!!)", you'll want to opt for the Double Trouble.
Friends don't let friends order salads (thus, the fries). Or let Estelle's 30 taps go to waste (thus, the beer).