I was afraid Four Burgers would be another b.good or even just like UBurger, but it's totally more. They have a lot of fun toppings, many of which are free. There are eight cheese options. They a few have tables outside, and inside there's a TV for sports, or at least the time I went they were using it for the World Cup, and all chairs were turned toward the game, with passionate fans. They sell beer there too; the place has a lot goin' on.
|Burger, medium rare, with jalapeños and mayo and smoked gouda ($.75 extra): the burger patty is too thin for the bun, but they did successfully cook it medium rare; not bad, good toppings, couldn't taste the gouda on the burger though.|
You can actually get a small fry ($1.75) instead of only being able to get that family-sized fries called "a side of fries" at many burger places. They're thin but all right, and it turned out a small fry is still ginormous, but at least the price was right. And I got a side of "burger sauce," which is McDonaldsy thousand island yumminess.
Sautéed mushroom, grilled onions, jalapeños and chipotle mayo medium rare burger on white bun: So good. Thicker than the first time and perfectly medium rare again.
The first time you use Level Up here, you get a $3 credit. And the $5 for every $50.