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gerbera Jun 30, 2008 04:15 PM

Just a quickie. Are reservations required here?

  1. afoodyear Jun 30, 2008 04:39 PM

    It gets busy, but the turnaround is comparable to McDonald's, so if for some reason you couldn't get a table, I doubt you'd be waiting long.

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    1. re: afoodyear
      superbossmom Jul 1, 2008 04:10 AM

      no reservations required; we were in and out of there in 45 minutes when I went,
      our bill was 48$ for 2 bad, pre-cooked burgers and a soda each. Toppings were delicious.

      1. re: superbossmom
        riboflavinjoe Jul 1, 2008 08:00 AM

        Which toppings? The onion and tomato they give you, or the mayo and stuff for which you have to pay 2 dollars a 5mL portion (and crusted over portion at that)?

        1. re: riboflavinjoe
          superbossmom Jul 1, 2008 11:23 AM

          I was talking about the smoked gouda slice and caramelized onions that allow you to ignore the hockey puck texture of the meat.

          1. re: superbossmom
            afoodyear Jul 1, 2008 12:44 PM

            :) I find that funny because I was going to comment that no amount of smoked gouda and caramelized onions can redeem the hockey pucks between the buns, but I restrained myself.

            1. re: afoodyear
              riboflavinjoe Jul 1, 2008 05:57 PM

              You could always go and order a side order of caramelized onions and a slice of smoked gouda and nothing else. You'll probably still walk away 10 dollars poorer, though.

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      BLM Jun 30, 2008 04:28 PM

      I have my doubts if they take reservations. It's a upscale fast food type place.

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