Combining the only two things you know how to make besides reservations, PYT's Spaghetti Burger turns a bowl of mozz-stuffed, Parm-showered, spicy grilled meatballs and herbaceous baked pasta into a red sauce-ladled cheeseburger sandwiched between crunchable noodle pinwheels that're toasted to order. It's only on the menu slightly longer than it'll stay on your plate, so grab an open table now, because clicking one's not an option.
Fruity Pebbles on a Hot Dog?
Despite the gloves, the crew behind PYT's Lasagna Bun Burger have their fingerprints all over this thing. Two 2.5oz burgers are hand-formed, then rubbed down with a garlicky Parm-and-basil spice blend...
... and this chicken soup for the soul, which, unlike actual chicken soup, is an eggy marinade of every herb you've mistakenly bought from that guy who knows a guy.
Before this winning megaball hits the grill, the patties are pressed down to seal in a fistful of shredded mozz.
Spoiler Alert: Just like that totem at the end of Inception, these knots of al dente spaghetti twirled in garlic butter and twice-baked into buns are also something out of a Tom Berenger movie dream within a dream within a dream.
Once your spaghetti and meatball is stacked, it's time to ladle on the red sauce. And by "ladle", we mean pour out an entire pan of the stuff.
What's even cheesier than a Tom Berenger movie? This perfect storm of shredded Parmesan the chef's raining down on your dinner.
And those things that look like waffle fries? Totally waffle fries...
... which, unlike your Spaghetti Burger, you can still eat with your hands after the first bite.