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Craft Burger Keeps It Simple

Posted by Paul / Reviewed on March 11, 2008 / review policy

Craft Burger
I think winter might just last forever this year. It honestly wouldn't surprise me the way things are going right now. But whether you're someone who either loathes or embraces that sentiment, I think there's one thing we can all agree on: a warm and hearty meal tastes about a hundred times better after coming in from a cold, windy winter's day.

So far, my favourite meal to beat the cold this year has been a Craft Burger combo. Fresh and tasty ground beef, served as simple as possible, with a side of crispy, salted fries.

I'm feeling warmer already.

So what does Craft Burger do so well you ask? Well, first of all, they choose some really good beef. Top quality Ontario AAA beef to be exact. On top of that, they make a point of sourcing their toppings and side dish ingredients from Canadian growers (always a plus in terms of sustainability and quality).

Looking at it more from a food enjoyment perspective, in my mind, there has always been two main ways to make a really great burger...

The first is a really interesting seasoning blend for the beef (more along the lines of a Utopia or Czehoski burger). The second is a super simple, lightly seasoned but incredibly fresh and locally sourced, patty of beef. Craft Burger, at its best, definitely falls into the second category and that's exactly what makes it a favourite of mine.

Craft Burger interior
One main rule I tend to live by when choosing a restaurant is probably the simplest one possible: if the place is packed with locals, they're probably doing something right. This is definitely the case here. Walk by on a weekday afternoon and you'll probably find a line running right out the front door. For this particular meal though, I decided to avoid the elbow-throwing crowd by grabbing a late lunch on a Saturday afternoon.

Craft Burger Combo
When you walk in, you'll notice a giant chalkboard with a few different burger options. My personal favourite -- and my choice for Saturday's lunch -- was the Organic Beef Burger Combo. The organic beef comes directly from The Healthy Butcher just north on Portland along Queen, which is exactly the type of local relationship I love to see in a Toronto neighbourhood.

Craft Burger fries
Apart from the Organic Burger, and straight up original Craft Burger, they also have a couple more dressed up choices, like the Craft Bleu (topped with blue cheese and avocado) as well as the Craft Spicy (with caramelized onions and spicy chipotle mayo). And of course, any of these can be ordered in a combo, which consists of either fries or onion rings (both of which are crispy and delicious), and a pop or bottle of water. For a little bit extra though, you can substitute the drinks for an old-fashioned vanilla or chocolate milkshake.

Craft Burger milkshake
Being a sucker for a vanilla shake, I couldn't resist. Yes, you might consider the shakes a little pricey $3.95, but they're still a nice treat when you need something soothing and sweet.

Craft Burger front
Craft Burger has definitely become a local staple for myself, as well as the King Street neighbourhood that it serves.

That said, I should warn you that they do get very, very crowded for lunch on weekdays. So if you're a little claustrophobic (like I am) you might want to consider phoning in your order and picking up. They're also in the midst of setting up an online ordering system, so be sure to check back at their website for that.



Stephanie / March 11, 2008 at 12:24 pm
I don't suppose this one has something other than white bread for buns? I'd love to be able to eat a gourmet burger someday without having to do in my doctor-ordered whole-grain diet.
vanessa / March 11, 2008 at 05:43 pm
i've found them pricey and disappointing with the poutine being quite bottom of the barrel.

interesting to note that the owner of craft was associated with the burger shoppe and the menus read very similarly.
david / March 11, 2008 at 11:59 pm
funny how you can read a completely different review of the same establishment.
Rob / March 12, 2008 at 01:17 pm
A good burger, but waaay too expensive. Knock prices down a buck or two, and it would rank much higher in my books.
Teena / March 12, 2008 at 02:23 pm
We've been passing by this place and wanting to try it.
SaraP / March 12, 2008 at 02:45 pm
I've tried it myself and wasn't that impressed - it's overpriced, overcrowded and the fries are overcooked.

El Penco was much tastier, much more affordable and always had a friendly face greeting you. Too bad Craft(y) Burger took it's place!
Paul / March 12, 2008 at 03:21 pm
this post is getting somewhat bipolar... we're getting a bunch of negative mini reviews in the comments, but a still a load of recommendations on the main page. guess the jury's still out on this one...

oh well, i still love the place :) friendly people too.
Maria / March 12, 2008 at 03:52 pm
The review is useful, but you did not include any price informatio. Or did I miss it?
Paul Kawai / March 12, 2008 at 03:57 pm
Maria: i linked to their website, which has all their menu info. check it out here:
Andre / April 2, 2008 at 05:41 am

its funny how petty some opinions can be ; and even funnier when people don't realize when they have found something amazing. how many places have an owner present at all times ? who worries about the quality of the meat ? who chooses to use natural pops instead of crapcola ?

Fraft burger is the best burger in the downtown area , sure it can be crowed (i don't go or trust empty places) and you pay for a premium i just hope people realize what an amazing concept and product they have . just like Hall burger did
roru / April 8, 2008 at 03:28 pm
I have to say I don't like this place either. The burger I had was dry, the onion rings were straight out of the fryer - way too hot to touch until I had finished my burger and way too greasy (yeah, I know, whaddayaggspect from onion rings, but still this was gross), there wasn't enough choice for toppings and it was all much too expensive. And the hipster vibe doesn't help, either.
Steve Keys / April 12, 2008 at 04:05 pm
Would be a good place if the prices weren't so high. A hamburger combo shouldn't cost $10-$12. Otherwise, the organic burger was great, as were the fries.
loveeatingout / April 22, 2008 at 12:36 am
don't like the service and when it is crowded you do not want to be in there...the service... can't even put it in burger was burnt on the outside and raw on the inside....ugghhh...and i asked for medium welll....don't think i'll go back there...not sure...may just go back there just for their fries...ymmmm...
love burgers / May 3, 2008 at 02:40 pm
The best burgers in the city.
I if you can't pay 5-6 burger, maybe you should not be eating out.
love burgers
Burger Buff / January 13, 2009 at 06:29 pm
Craft Burger cannot be beat for food or prices.
The price of a combo meal at a fast food chain comes close to the prices at this restaurant - the BIG difference - everything is FRESH. Top notch. I hear they just opened another location across from the reference library on Yonge (Yonge and Bloor).
jb / January 15, 2009 at 09:22 pm
I just ate there and was not impressed. Burger was cooked earlier in the day and was just warmed up when it was served. Cheese on burger was rubbery and tasteless. Onion rings were devoid of any flavour.

McDonald's tastes better and is much cheaper
love burgers replying to a comment from jb / January 19, 2009 at 06:29 pm
As employee who used to work at the other location. I must JB you are wrong about. Each burger is cooked to order. Your burger could not have been cooked earlier in the day. Unless you saw this with your own eyes. How could you make a statement like that. It's uneducated foodies like you that don't help our small business.
If you don't like the place don't go there but you don't need to make statement like that period. I moved out of Toronto otherwise I would still be working there, great food and a great place to work very honest owner.
thank you Toronto.
SP / January 28, 2009 at 10:57 pm
The best organic burger I've had in years. Fries to die for, oh my gawd! Now here, here, all you have to do is substitute the white bun for 100 WHOLE WHEAT BUNS and french fries for BAKED SWEET POTATO FRIES and then we can EAT HERE ALL THE TIME. Get with the future of things, pretty please and you'll improve you're already great eatery.

ramanan / February 10, 2009 at 10:07 am
This place is phenomenal. I have no idea what the people up thread are talking about. My wife and I went to the Yonge/Bloor location last night, and it was all kinds of good. I haven't had a burger that tasty in a while. And paying 12 bucks for a burger combo might suck, but this place is at least $6 more awesome than McDonalds, so I have no idea what the cheapskates are complaining about.

And jb has to be talking out of his ass. The onion rings were crunchy and awesome.
KingPortland / February 14, 2009 at 12:01 pm
I used to go to El Penco, because it's close to work. I was sad when it closed and pretty disappointed with Craft Burger when I first went there. Like most new restaurants they were disorganized, the staff were stressed and not very nice. Like others have said, the onion rings are not very good. If anyone from Craft burger is reading this, try the Banknote down the street! Their onion rings are much better, crispy, tender and slightly sweet, with lots of onion flavour.

Now though, I go there about once a week and the service has much improved. The staff have hit full stride, there are about five of them in the food prep/grill area and it's a lot of fun to watch if you're sitting on one of the swivel chairs at the counter near the end of the grill. There is also a "den mother" who really facilitates the order taking and efficiency during the lunch rush and meets people as they come in, often taking their orders as they wait in line to pay. The lunch rush is a crush of people that would make any fire marshal rub their hands together in glee. There are people standing along the walls and in every available space, waiting for their orders. The tables are always full. The orders do come quickly now though. They have about twenty burgers on the grill at any given time and I'm amazed at how much faster they have become.

Some of the food has also dramatically improved. They've started adding a very tasty seasoning to their hand-cut fries. An aioli mayo dipping sauce would be a great addition for the fries, the way that they used to make it at Insomnia on Bloor. They also put guacamole in their bleu cheese burger now instead of just avocado. The limey zest gives the burger a zing instead of it just being heavy and soggy. I will agree that sometimes the burgers are burnt or undercooked. They still have to work on that.

I've only had one really memorable bad service experience there, where a friend and I ordered a couple of combos for takeout because there wasn't any room to sit. When our bags-o-burgers were ready we saw two open seats at the bar and grabbed them. One of the owners(?), a guy with glasses and short dark shaved curly hair came up to us from the grill and addressed us sternly saying that if we wanted to eat there we should not have ordered takeout. I told him that we took seats when we saw them and ordered takeout because there was no room to sit. He scowled and walked away. Not the best guy to have out front for customer service and he's conspicuously absent most of the time now. Hopefully he was just having a bad day, but my friend likes to joke and say "No buhrrrger for you, ONE YEAR!" whenever we talk about that experience.

The girls on the counter are great, and very smiley now that they're relaxed and in the groove. Overall, it went from a disappointment to a favourite work hangout. Over 15 bucks for a burger and shake combo is pretty steep, but if you're in the mood and they do it right, it's worth it.
Derek / March 8, 2009 at 10:09 am
I ate at Craft Burger in the fall and really enjoyed it.
Raved about it to a couple of buddies last night and we placed a phone order for pickup.
I am pretty embarrassed I told my friends about it. They told us it would be ready in 10-15 minutes. We got there exactly at 15 minutes and had to wait another 10 minutes because the order was not ready. They provided 2 complimentary cans of pop as an apology.
I am a 5 minute drive away. When we got home, the fries and poutine were stone cold. They must have made them and then had them sit for 10-15 minutes while they tried to catch up on the burgers. The burgers were definitely not as good as I remember.
The veggie burger did however get a thumbs up from one friend. But he 2 regular burgers were not very good...for that price point anyways.

Maybe just the ordering out is risky. When you eat there, I guess you can easily complain and get hotter food. When you pick up and find out at home, there is not much you can do about it without maybe waiting another hour to eat.

Wes Larson / March 10, 2009 at 05:47 pm
Went to Craft Burger for lunch today. Wow this place Rocks.
We had 2 combos, mine was the spicy with fries. Cooked perfectly.
Best burgers in the city. We will be back.
ased / March 26, 2009 at 04:13 pm
the beef is tasty and juicy. the onions rings are awesome. but they are a little bit heavy on the sauce.
marcus / March 27, 2009 at 09:58 pm
The beef is tasty? What planet are you from?? The most bland burger I have tasted in a long time! I hate to admit that the McDonalds I had 5 years ago was tastier.
Trish / April 13, 2009 at 12:01 am
Best poutine in Toronto by far.
Papi / April 24, 2009 at 10:58 am
Craft Burger has pretty much hit it's stride now. I work close by and have been a few times. Can't say I'm blown away but it's a solid burger none the less with great fresh-cut fries. It's hectic at lunch and they're prone to some disorganization given the volume of folks and orders coming in - avoid the lunch hour on weekdays.
Gloria / May 8, 2009 at 06:16 pm
What's with all these "high" end burger joints and really dry meat? I don't get it. Don't they know that you need the right balance of meat and fat for a nice juicy patty?

Their fries, on the other hand, are great. Love the texture and taste.
Gloria / May 8, 2009 at 06:19 pm
Oh, btw, why is it that everyone who works there is Chinese? Just curious. Is this joint Chinese-owned?
mark replying to a comment from Gloria / May 10, 2009 at 11:36 am
Gloria what a hick statement. How do you know if they were chinese, korean, filipino? You mean Asian right? But I'm assumming you are White? lol.
Ricky / June 23, 2009 at 11:37 am
I love this place. The staff is fantastic. Burgers are top-notch. Quality ingredients. One of the best burgers I've had in TO. Also, a total bonus but sometimes there's a short red-headed girl who stands on a milk crate to oversee the line. This is the cutest thing I've ever seen. Just another perk. :)
parker / September 21, 2009 at 12:12 pm
Tried it on Saturday night, we got a Craft Spicy and the Craft burger with mushrooms and shared a poutine. I enjoyed the food, the burger was filling and flavorful.. the poutine was decent. I like that they serve Boylans sodas instead of the crap other burger places serve, and it was not expensive. Dinner for 2 with drinks, and 1 shared milkshake was only $31.00 and being within walking distance from our home never hurts. Definiately worth trying again.. this time onion rings are a must!
robert / October 11, 2009 at 09:58 pm
Jb seems coming from kandahar.craft burgers are very good!nice can a burger be cooked early in the day,and it s served very juicy?you know Jb people like you should be milking cows in tura bura.
James / January 11, 2010 at 12:38 pm
Ate at Craft Burger for the first time on January 4th in the evening. Excellent food and excellent staff. The short red-headed girl who works there (I think she is a manager or something) is so friendly and made my wife and I feel right at home. She helped us with directions around the city and was so upbeat and positive! The next time we visit Toronto, we will be back!
me / March 21, 2010 at 06:05 pm
Okay, some of the people on this board need to get a grip.

I will accept that what makes a great burger will vary based on personal preference BUT complaining that the onion rings were too hot, that the burger took 10 min longer than I was told (and I was ONLY given free drinks), comparing the price of a Craft Burger to that of MacDonalds Cheeseburger, or that that fries were cold by the time you drove home with them is RIDICULOUS.

Personally I think that Craft is the best in the city. I dream of these burgers. I've brought dozens of friends there and they have almost always loved the burgers to the point of saying "best ever" and most have become regular customers. I personally have never been disappointed. There is almost always a (short) line and the line is often filled with repeat customers that I recognized from my numerous previous visits.

If you don't think that this is the best burger around that's cool - everyone has their own preferences - but at least base your criticism on something remotely valid.


V / August 4, 2010 at 10:46 pm
Yes they are kindof overrated and pricey, but compared to other joints they make the best burgers. I have no complaints with either location. Thumbsup all the way.
kyle / September 17, 2010 at 10:39 pm
My favourite. That means a lot considering I have a burger blog.
THE BURGERMEISTER / November 1, 2010 at 05:50 pm
by the way .....King St. Craft Burger has great product,but the food handling must be a problem.
2 times now myself and 4 co-workers were all sick after eating there? we all had burgers.
we didn't realize it till we compared notes after it happened again when eating lunch there.
too bad because we really liked the food.most people in our office now won't chance eating there.
LoveMyBurgers / November 4, 2010 at 02:01 pm
I was served an ice cold burger at the Kensington Market location. It was apparent that the burger had been cooked well in advance, put in a fridge, but not properly re-heated. When this was brought to management's attention, they yelled at me asking "What do you want me to do about it." I will never return and would not recommend this place to anyone.
allenwatson replying to a comment from LoveMyBurgers / November 6, 2010 at 10:12 pm
I actually craft burger does not have a location in Kensington Market. There is a burger place trying to copy the real CB.
allenwatson replying to a comment from THE BURGERMEISTER / November 6, 2010 at 10:17 pm
Highly unlikely. I eat there 3 times a week, and have been since they opened never been sick.
THE BURGERMEISTER / November 7, 2010 at 05:12 pm
really..... how can you eat that crap 3 times a week?
do you weigh 300 LB ? ever hear of a thing called SALAD?
allenwatson replying to a comment from THE BURGERMEISTER / November 8, 2010 at 10:05 am
My point exactly.
Bubba / January 25, 2011 at 09:23 pm
Over priced ground beef and bread, with cold over fried potatoes.
I ate there once this past summer, terrible service and bad food and over priced. Will never go back.
Rita / January 26, 2011 at 03:37 pm
What are some of these commenters' problems... I love Craft Burger!!! I go to the one by Yonge/Bloor and if I could eat one every day, I would :( But now it's just a treat now and then.
phil / January 26, 2011 at 08:27 pm
These guys must have the best pr guys in town, not sure how people can rave about an over done patty. The minimum wage kids behind the grill can't even flip a burger to proper doneness.
terry / January 26, 2011 at 08:39 pm
Rita I can't believe you would eat this crap
P / January 28, 2011 at 11:46 pm
By far, the worst customer service I've ever experienced.
After a miscommunication on their end, I had to wait 20 minutes for my burgers and they were cold. Apparently, they were sitting around because the workers couldn't find me. If you know the Bloor location, that place is tiny. How can you not find me? After venting with a friend, I take a bite into my burger and find it completely pink in the middle. I go back to get a refund and I was told by the manager that it's the store policy to not get refunds. This place is ridiculous. I love the King East location but the Bloor one was definitely Crap.
P / January 28, 2011 at 11:50 pm
Btw, the manager offered me a store credit instead of a refund. When I refused, she said I could give it to a friend.
Ha! Like I'd ever recommend this place to a friend. Maybe an enemy so they can get sick on the undercooked meat! GAH! I'm so mad right now.
P replying to a comment from THE BURGERMEISTER / January 28, 2011 at 11:51 pm
I'm not surprised.
Nicco / February 1, 2011 at 01:29 am
Being across South America, maybe having the best beef i would say craft does it well, no kitchen is perfect and rush of 30 people in a small venue is very hard to accomplish perfectly. Thus give them lots of credit. consistency is prob their biggest problem and it is a bit pricey, but take any quality food, it is well worth your health and price. 5 stars for craft for being honest.
Hailey / February 4, 2011 at 01:22 pm
I was glad to see this place on the list. I went there with my boyfriend who told me the burgers there were amazing but I saw poutine on the menu and ordered one instead and I even said to him at the time that it was easily one of the best poutines I've ever had.
Donna / April 3, 2011 at 08:05 pm
This is my King St. E. location experience and first impressions are everything. The worst customer service ever! As I walked in and ready to order, she didn't even acknowledge me and actually left the counter to clean the ketchup bottles and then told me I was standing in the wrong spot cause her till is only open on the side. How would I know that? While I was waiting for my order, she actually seemed annoyed that there were more customers coming in and she had to work. It wasn't even busy. When I finally got my burger, it was not even juicy, but dry and overcooked and not even that hot! This was the first and last time I'll ever eat Craft Burger and at any location for that matter!
v79 / April 7, 2011 at 01:44 am
Tried it a few weeks ago after reading about it here. I had the Craft Spicy with Onion rings. Both were cooked to perfection and the patty was juicy, the only problem with both was a lack of seasoning. While good, it's definitely not the best I've had in Toronto. I'd much rather get the Mexican burger at Ein-stein (College, east of Spadina), which is known primarily for it's wings, but has a great burger lineup as well.
Lindy / April 22, 2011 at 03:42 pm
I am eating here right now ! Food is great prices I think are fare gravy is awesome !!! The sauteed mushrooms are a must! The only thing I would digest is more of a variety of toppings maybe bacon !!! But otherwise pretty good!!!!!
Lindy / April 22, 2011 at 03:48 pm
Oh I'm at the king east location and the service I think is pretty good!
Brad replying to a comment from Lindy / April 29, 2011 at 12:06 pm
@Lindy - No Bacon?!

It should be mentioned that they don't serve bacon due to the owner's religious beliefs. I tried Craft Burger once and it was very delicious. But imho a burger needs bacon. Not having that choice means I won't be going back, despite how good it was. I went to the Yonge and Bloor location.
Tom Bovaird replying to a comment from Brad / May 2, 2011 at 01:27 am
Hey Brad,
did you meet the owner and he told you he's Muslim, and thats why!
Or the fact that their original location King W is so small that there is no where to cook bacon, that the reason why the don't do bacon. I would suggest you ask the people that work there first before you start telling lies. I have been a long time regular, and they have the best burgers in the city.
Brad / May 3, 2011 at 04:08 pm
Hi Tom,

I did not speak to the owner directly, but I did speak to an employee at the Yonge Street location, and she told me they don't serve bacon due to the owner's religious beliefs.

I would suggest you don't make assumptions in the future. It makes you look like a donkey.
tom bovaird replying to a comment from Brad / May 8, 2011 at 11:37 pm


I'm sorry my friend but you are wrong. I do like the "donkey' comment though.

Tony / October 19, 2011 at 09:18 pm
For all those who say this place is too expensive, I have no idea what you're talking about. I just went to this place with my friends recently and we enjoyed all the burgers we had. the onion rings were very crispy and went well with their spicy mayo. The fries looked dry when it came initially but it was far from that. I love a good juicy burger and I'll definitely be coming back to this place soon.
mike / November 27, 2011 at 12:14 pm
martin / December 15, 2011 at 05:06 pm
I"m very disappointed at craft burger or big smoke I guess you call it now. When I started going here I thought theses were the best burgers around. But last week I went to the king west store and the burger was dry and rubbery. that maybe because the grill man kept on checking the doneness by digging into the burger with his cooking tong. Thats not the way you cook a burger and keep it moist and juicy juicy I probably won't return.
AN / March 9, 2012 at 04:00 am
I tried the in the Eaton Centre food court and the taste is okay, better than most burger joints other than Five Guys & Burger's Priest. The one thing I like about it is the size, it is massive! The price could be a little lower though.
Herman / April 15, 2012 at 09:28 am
Wow... so much dispairity? I really enjoy burgers, came across this blog by accident.. I spend about 2-3 weeks in TO at different times of the year, and love eating in TO in general, was looking forward to finding this place, but wondering if it's going to be disapointing, as far as expensive, I think it's relative to your personal budget, I for one dont think a 20 dollar burger that that you will think about for six months is expensive, but an 5 or 6 dollar one that you would not finish, now thats expensive and a waste of money...( quality is not expensive, bad food is expensive at any price!) I am sure I will seach this one out and find out for myself, but wont be scheduled to be back in TO until July ..I think. PS. had a 20 dollar burger at Eleven11 this past Jan 2012.... that was awesome, was kinda scared when I seen that price, but it's 4 moths later, and still talking about, I am also 50yrs old, so I've had a few burgers, just like partners, one persons trash, another persons treasure... nice thing about eating in TO, you dont like it, dont go back, lots of other places to try.... happy burgering....
mira / May 8, 2012 at 08:44 pm
I though this was one of the worst places ever! The poutine had old fries, fried in old-old oil and the gravy didn't look or taste like what it is supposed to. The burger had no taste, it tasted like a soy burger from costco. Overall, food is not good and too pricey!
Dom / June 1, 2012 at 11:46 pm
burgers here are good and fairly priced considering its a gourment burger place. one thing id advise is make sure you dont go at a super busy time. i went to the one on king and yonge a few times and during lunch they cook many at once to deal with the rush. one day that i went around lunch on a weekday, it wasnt very busy inside at all, possibly b/c it was raining. sign says burger takes 8-10min to make and i get mine in about 3 or 4....coincidence? im ok paying $12 for a quality burger, but not one with a patty thats been cooked for the last 20min. you can see the grills at big smoke locations so keep an eye out. recommend the big smoke burger specifically btw.
Paul / June 18, 2012 at 05:54 am
I've eaten at the Yonge/Bloor location about 20 times in the last year or so, and I have a theory as to why there are so many mixed reviews.

Most of the time I go there I get a good burger. Moist, with just the right amount of pink. But every once and a while I get a dry, boring, overdone burger from them. It must be the inconsistency of their cooks that's causing such different reviews.

It's extremely likely that the bad reviews got dry burgers and the good reviews got properly done ones.

I will say one lady who works at the yonge/bloor location is downright miserable, while a few of the other people there are rather friendly, so it wouldn't surprise me to hear different reviews of the service depending on which day you go!

Out of the 20ish burgers I've had, they've only screwed up my order twice. Once bringing me another guy's burger, and once they thought I asked for everything on the burger except lettuce, onion, ketchup, and mustard, when I had actually asked for only those toppings. Just miscommunication there. I tend to mumble.haha

Sure, they may not be the most amazing, mind-blowing burgers in the world, but I've eaten at several of the "best" burger places listed here on blogto and the only one I continually come back to is big smoke.
hawaii / August 21, 2012 at 11:39 am
These guys must have the best pr guys in town, not sure how people can rave about an over done patty. The minimum wage kids behind the grill can't even flip a burger to proper doneness.
Vicky / November 29, 2012 at 01:47 pm
I like this place. The first time I tried it, it was very good. Second time, not so much. Their fries and onion rings are okay. But I gotta say, their shakes are amazing!

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