Burgers & Fries 276

Burger 13 – Double Cheeseburger

Burgers & Fries is a small greasy diner in the country of east Texas.

It’s in a small town where most people wear camo

 A place with a chance of you eating next to someone you already know.

When a tattooed urban dweller walks in, everyone seems to notice.

There is just something about me that doesn’t quite fit into that FFA crowd, but that doesn’t matter to them.

They still treat you with that southern charm that makes you feel like you have been a part of the family the whole time.

 

Don’t let the name fool you. It’s more than just burgers.

They have been grubbing since 1989, so they know what they are doing.

They open at 6:00 am most days to help you start your day off right.

With their extensive menu, you can start by eating breakfast, a burger for lunch, chicken fried steak for dinner and finish with homemade pie.

If you’re looking for the homemade, stick to your ribs, southern grub this is definitely the place to come.

The food is cheap, but 100% comfort to the last bite. 

Items on the menu don’t include eclectic names, they are simply called exactly what you’re going to get.

Of course, they have sweet tea & of course, they know how to do it right.

Just like you would expect from an old country diner they serve their sweet tea in what seems like a half gallon, ten-year-old hard plastic cup.

The burgers are made fresh, in – house and finished with love.

The patties are shaped, but far from perfectly round. 

They’re cooked on an old, seasoned grill that adds that touch of flavor that you’ll never get from a newer restaurant.

Served in a true burger basket with a side of fries on paper than becomes translucent from the grease.

If you’re not careful, you’ll have grease running down your arms from the very first bite, but that’s nothing to be ashamed of.

This double bacon cheeseburger will hit the spot every time.

Great sweet tea, delicious burger, but lacking on the fries.

Overall I give it 6 pepper shakers.

 

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