Californian cuisine is as diverse as its populace, from Mexican food made by LA's robust Chicano population, to energy chips made for Sillicon Valley's robust robot population. Proving Cali also has boring white people with grills: TD's All American Hot Dogs & Hamburgers
Opening Thursday from a former Newport Beach resident, TD's serves “beach-style” dogs and burgers (and booze!) in an oceanically blue-walled, well-lit LoDo space with a concrete-topped bar and surfboards hanging from the ceiling, but just a few, as it's nearly impossible to hang ten in such a small space
Hebrew Nationals take up a huge chunk of the menu, and can be dressed as a Chupacabra Dog (with pinto beans/ cheese/ bacon/ grilled onions), a chili cheeser, and the cheese/ bacon crumbles/ jalapenos "It's Nacho Dog", all of which he demands are standard fare served with “no funky twist”, so maybe the waiters just hate awesome wedding-song dances
Their “three-meat blend skinny burgers” are available in single/ double/ triple-stacked form, can be condiment'd with anything from sauerkraut to 1000 Island, and are paired nicely with sides like fried mac 'n cheese and onion tanglers; for the super-hungry, there's a double bacon cheeseburger monstrously commingling with chili and a hot dog called The Beast, though it could've been called the the Altered Beast, given all the Greece
The bar features four taps, and serves Red Bull vodkas from a special slushie machine, but not for one -- only an idiot would think that machines need to drink.