Teh Cheezburger Thred!
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(06-02-2009, 12:31 PM)Tulkas Wrote: Also, pray for him for his 1st Confession and Communion this Sunday.

OK OK
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#22
As far as UD and I go we like a local (chain now) called Scotty P's.  They have a variety of menu choices and you can make your own of course. 

I like how they take old pictures from the area and incorporate them into the decor.


http://www.scottyps.com/WebSite/Default.aspx
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(06-03-2009, 10:31 PM)Scipio_a Wrote: As far as UD and I go we like a local (chain now) called Scotty P's.  They have a variety of menu choices and you can make your own of course. 

I like how they take old pictures from the area and incorporate them into the decor.


http://www.scottyps.com/WebSite/Default.aspx

I have never heard of that place, but then it looks like they are in all the fancy dancy places.

http://www.scottyps.com/WebSite/findscottyp.aspx

I prefer Chaps or Tom's here off of I30. Steak 'n Shake is good, especially after they recently changed their menu so that the pricing is better.
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#24
I have never eaten here but I can imagine that this place has the best burgers in the world.

I really like their fry bar...


http://www.heartattackgrill.com/
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(06-04-2009, 01:42 AM)Mac_Giolla_Bhrighde Wrote: I have never heard of that place, but then it looks like they are in all the fancy dancy places.

I prefer Chaps or Tom's here off of I30.

That's me, fancy dancy!


I'll look for Chaps or Tom's when I'm over that way.  Perhaps this Sunday after Mass...Opps, I said I'd go to a restaurant after Mass! ;)
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#26
I can't has cheezburger.  Iz Frieday.  :laughing:
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#27
It's been a while.... this is a local joint we enjoyed a LOT.

Burgerquest Continues: Grumpy Jack’s Sports Bar and Restaurant

After a few false starts and a couple disappointments, The Great Burger Quest Summer of 09 has hiit a small jackpot. 
Grumpy Jack’s half-pound burgers are the way bar burgers should be: thick and juicy and tasty (beating Five Guys by a mile), presented on a toasted bun with pickle, onion, and a choice of sides (which include slaw, waffle fries, sweet potato fries, and regular fries).  The burgers come in many incarnations such as plain, cheez, marinated, and pizza, enough variety to suit any burger-lover.

The dining room is a bit small, but there’s extra seating outside for lunch, and all mealtimes upstairs.  The taproom itself has three small, bistro-style tables but there is nothing the least bistro-y about the enormous, comfy and cheerful bar, which offers the best view of the several television sets, which thankfully display ball games and not the Communist News Network.

We had a nice glimpse of other dishes as they were delivered to hungry bar patrons, and everything looked good: shrimp in sauce, Caesar salads, chicken wings, sammiches.  Thursdays are porterhouse steak night (20 oz. for under $20---we may have to return to investigate!) and other dinner specials are offered. 

One minor quibble was the weird-tasting Coke, which seemed to have been mated to some root beer in an earlier life.

Busy, noisy and friendly, with bustling waitresses and chatty bartenders, Grumoy Jack’s neighborhood pub atmosphere make it a winner despite the name.
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