The menu is pretty straightforward—3 styles of burgers topped with different things, some chicken fingers and chicken sandwiches and fries-seasoned, unseasoned and loaded. We got each of the burgers—the “Chandler,” the “beast” and the “Chris” style ($6.99-$7.99). The burgers are described as “smashed crispy beef patties” with their house seasoning and then the various toppings—the chandler being the simplest with just cheese and the seasoning. The Chris style has the “crispy” patties with cheese, seasoning, bacon and fries on the sandwich. The beast has the “crispy” patties, cheese, pickles, seasoning, brown mustard, ketchup, mayo and diced onions. Well, that’s what the menu said anyway. The patties weren’t really smashed crispy patties—they were just kind of regular patties. The meat was pretty tender and I did like the seasoning flavor. The cheese was nice and melty. I specifically had ordered the beast and there wasn’t any of the toppings on the burger except the pickles and cheese—no sauces or onions from what I could tell. The buns were nice because they held up well. But honestly, there was nothing about this burger that really made it stand out. I liked the minimal packaging, but when you are expecting a crispy thin burger, this was a little disappointing. It was a fine burger and traveled decently. That’s about it—it was fine.
The fries were pretty disappointing They are crinkle fries ($3.25), which are never my favorite, and you can get them seasoned or unseasoned—the seasoning is described as red pepper, garlic, paprika, sugar and a touch of lime. We got some seasoned and some unseasoned and honestly, couldn’t really taste much seasoning. A couple of them appeared seasoned, but that was pretty much it. They were pretty soft, even after my patented re-heat in a hot oven to crisp them up (I do this with all carry out fries since we started getting a lot more carry out during COVID). My favorites of the fries were the loaded “beast style” fries ($4.99). They weren’t all that loaded, but had some American cheese melted on top and were drizzled with mustard, ketchup, mayo and diced onions. I think there were also supposed to be pickles but they weren’t there. We also got a couple of chocolate chip cookies ($2.49)—they were tasty—not a soft bake, more of a crunchy style—but chocolatey and good.
All in all, it was fun to try and the kids were definitely intrigued. Would I order it over other local places with smash style burgers? Um, no. Let’s face it…would I order it again at all? Unlikely. But the burger wasn’t terrible, and I appreciate that some of the profits are donated. I sort of wish they actually put the stuff on the burgers and fries as advertised… The kids seem to think that it probably won’t be around long because it is meant to be a pop-up type situation, but I couldn’t find any info about timelines so I really have no idea.
There’s not really any address
Or phone number.
Just look on doordash or
Whatever your preferred third-party delivery service is..