No! We don’t do burgers as frequently these days, not sure if that’s good or bad I’m sure she won’t complain at all if I mention a burger run.
I see Corner Burger is open at 7 a.m. I think I know where I’m going tomorrow for my Friday breakfast burrito.
I wouldn’t be surprised if one of their problems is inconsistency. The elements are there for a good burger. Our party of 8 ordered an assortment of burgers and sides and the opinions ranged from meh to OMG, that was bad.
It’s just so stupid, it’s set up to try and create a buzz and after reading about how they did it originally in Austin, I get that they think it helps, but it just pisses me off. First you have that stupid velvet line approach to just line up and get through the door.
Then once you’re through the door, you still have to stand in line to get to the cash registers to order. But you also have a separate person asking how many in your party. You are then escorted to your table and if you’re paying separately because it’s pay at the register when you order, that means multiple numbers for your table, while you’re being escorted.
You get seated and your “waiter” informs you that they will deliver the food for you and check to see how you’re doing but that’s all their going to do. They point you towards the soda fountain machine and condiments and tell you to get your own drinks and refills.
It’s just such a stupid mix of fast casual, table service and wanna be clubbing exclusivity. If the burgers were great, I’d even put up with some of it, but no.
Yay! That makes two burger places in the Southbay I have to try now. With partner and I now working in the South bay, we certainly have a lot more opportunity to go exploring without fighting traffic as much.