In cheekily moving his Bunz into his family's 31yr-old resto Pam Pam, Jeff Rossman is completely gutting and rebuilding the cozy 75 seat diner and turning it into a hyper-local/sustainable/still-damn-cheap burger haven with a large, orange umbrella-lined patio, and a stark white interior that screams, "you will never guess what type of food we serve... just kidding, it's fast-casual meat products", thanks to all the burger-themed art.
Break Your Fast: Early birds can get down on classics like battered brioche French Toast, or crafty with a build-your-own option featuring two over-hard eggs and toppings between your choice of bread (sesame/ brioche/ whole wheat/ ciabatta), or fat with a pile of potatoes/ sour cream/ green onion/ bacon topped with a couple of over-easy eggs and cheddar, which they actually call “Buffalo Chips”, no bullsh**.
Keep It Broken: Lunch means loading Certified Humane Meyer's Natural Angus beef patties (or ground turkey, marinated chicken breast, or a housemade veggie patty) with a 30-strong list of “fixin's” like roasted poblanos, sunflower sprouts, and beer thyme mustard. If micromanaging your sustenance isn't your thing, grab one of their signatures like the Three Li'l Pigs with aged cheddar smothering an oinker trifecta of smoked bacon, ham, and pulled pork; or snag a “flat-top dog” like the smoked bacon/ mayo/ mustard/ pickled jalapeno “Tijuana Special”, which may kill you, but at least you lied to your parents about where you were going.
Stay Hydrated: In true diner fashion, their shake game runs deep with 14 add-ins from butterscotch to Butterfingers, plus an uber-thick “concrete” variation. Booze means three house varietals by the glass/ bottle, and five taps running locals like Stone's Smoked Porter, also used in Bunz's vanilla ice cream/ caramel Beer Float, which would make anyone scream for... fast-casual dessert products.