Just launched at Bluestem Brasserie and only sold on Fridays (sorry, 2010 Kirstie Alley), this 13oz burger to end all burgers features two patties of ground brisket and sirloin, plus a slab of crispy pork belly (!), plus plus caramelized onions, a sunny-side up egg, and aged cheddar, plus plus plus a side of Kennebec truffle fries.
Downtown's Bluestem Brasserie has a sleek vibe that's reminiscent of LA, which is exactly why it's so unique in the city by the bay. Floor-to-ceiling windows, big leather chairs, private booths, and a second-floor balcony create an upscale, power meal vibe that matches the menu of solid American food. Bluestem has the best brunch in the neighborhood, probably because it serves a special brunch-only burger that's topped with hash browns, breakfast sausage, bacon, house-made American cheese, and a fried egg. Hello, heaven.