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Saturday, November 3, 2007

Y'all are missing out...

Posted By on Sat, Nov 3, 2007 at 12:17 PM

on one heck of a burger.  I noticed that the "Homestyle Burgers" shack at 12th street and Adams in Little Rock has changed hands.   It's now "Burger Brothers".  I decided to give it a go. 


Probably one of the better decisions I've made recently.


I took a quick photo of the inside just so you know its not really a sit down kinda place.  You walk in, turn to your right and order through a half door into the kitchen.   Apparently, most everyone gets their order to go.  They have other items such as chicken wings, hot dogs, and turkey sammiches, but I figure at a burger joint- you should order a burger.  And boy did I ever.  I give you the Bacon Cheeseburger from Burger Brothers-


I don't state this lightly- this is one of the best burgers I've had in a long while.   I had it topped with everything- Lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, mustard, onions, and ketchup.  The patty was huge, moist, and perfectly seasoned.  Speaking of seasoned, the fries ain't too shabby either.  A bacon cheeseburger, fries, and drink (can) combo will set you back $4.99.   That wasn't a typo.  Other combos are even less.

They're open from 10:30 am till 8:00 pm Monday-Saturday.  Tell 'em Eat Arkansas sent ya.

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