Thursday, January 27, 2011

Burger joint of the week: Good Times Grill

Posted By on Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 9:06 AM

BEEF & BACON:  Bacon Timer Burger at Good Times Grill
  • Kat Robinson
  • BEEF & BACON: Bacon Timer Burger at Good Times Grill
Big half-pound burgers are celebrated at this El Dorado eatery housed in a former laser tag arena. They’re cooked to order on the grill and served up with a variety of options — all named something -“Time” and all lean meat and a big pile of fries.

The Bacon Time Burger ($7.25, pictured) comes with mustard, lettuce, both grilled and regular onions, pickles, tomatoes, Swiss cheese and a hefty dose of bacon. It’s a substantial weighty kill-that-hunger burger.

The Good Time Burger itself ($6.95) comes with mustard, pickle, onion, lettuce and tomato. All the other burgers (Cheese Time with just two slices each of American and Swiss cheeses, Hot Time with Jalapenos and Cheddar and Cool Time with Chili and Cheddar) come dressed similarly with mustard. You have to ask to have it taken off. Mayo comes in packets and ketchup is on the table.

And then there’s the Jack of Diamonds Burger ($7.95). Unlike all the other Good Times Grill burgers it’s specifically NOT made from lean meat. It’s a half pound of non-lean ground beef with Cheddar cheese melted into it, covered in Jack Sauce — a mixture that includes Jalapenos and onions.

You can find the Good Times Grill on North West Avenue in El Dorado. (870) 862-6922.

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