Comic books are magical things that can take you to places you never thought you'd go, like the comic book store then directly back to your mom's basement. Now bringing you in to eat hella meat discs, Bent Burgers.
Opened by an Iraqi war vet and his resto-biz vet father, BB's a riotously-colorful deli-service-style joint boasting a corrugated-metal-fronted counter, and a handful of orange-clad booths/banquettes in a dining room where the walls/tables are liberally decked with comic book paraphernalia & art featuring superheroes like Spiderman, The Avengers, and the Incredible Hulk, foreshadowing your incredible bulk. Heroically proportioned specialty burger-ness includes the Western w/ onion rings, bacon, cheddar & bbq sauce; the grilled pineapple/sauce Teriyaki; and the takes 15-mins-to-cook Bent w/ double meat, double cheese, bacon, spicy sausage & a fried egg on European-style flatbread, but not European-style in-bred, since that's just an Earl (of) Sandwich. There's also basic beef (cheeseburgers, bacon burgers etc.), plus turkey burgers, and chicken sandwiches, all of which can be customized with things like caramelized onions, jalapeno, roasted red peppers, and hot links, though unlike your home hotlinks, these don't lead directly to Glee fan pages.
Because man cannot live on burgers alone, there're sides (hand-cut yam fries, onion rings), wings that're doused in house, bbq, or hot sauces, plus real ice cream malts and milkshakes, which tend to bring all the boys to your yard to make fun of you for never having been in it.