I was surprised to see that it was full table service, more used to the fast casual restaurants, where you order at the counter, get a number assigned to you and, they either yell that number when your order is ready or bring it to your table. No, at Bareburger, you can sit and relax.
Decor wise, there is a play on words between bare and bear that translates not only on the walls, but also on their packaging.
Menu wise, they have a large choice of dishes, whether appetizers, entrées or desserts. If you do not want a burger, they have a large choice of salads for instance. And, if you are vegetarian, they have a black bean patty or, again, salads.
For burgers, you can either order one of their specialty ones or built your own. We went for the latter.
To build your own, you pick the bun, the patty, the "bacon", the cheese, the toppings and the sauce. So, I had a beef patty on a brioche bread, with grilled onions, sautéed mushrooms, brisket as my "bacon", sharp cheddar cheese, ketchup and mayo.
When it came to the table, it looked very appetizing. I always cut my burger into two so it is easier to grab and I immediately saw that the meat was perfectly cooked medium and juicy. The first bite was divine: the meat tasted like...meat, and had a delicious char created from the cooking process. The brisket, however, was just ok, a bit dry.
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