Think lusciously crafted burgers of green arugula and sweet caramelized onion chutney, gruyere cheese, and a chuck of medium-rare goodness. Not to mention the thinly cut fries that come with a side of creamy garlic and parsley aioli or possibly better (although I haven’t yet decided), the joint’s famous sweet potato fries.
Food aside, the huge selection of beers would be intimidating if it wasn’t for the great service: bartenders are always at the ready to help you choose from the array of taps lining the wall behind the bar. A detailed beer list distinguishes flavor as opposed to ingredients and is constantly being updated with new additions.
On the more expensive side, the burger goes for $12, while a beer averages $7 to $9. Both the Santa Monica and Culver City locations offer intimate settings, complete with rosy lighting and elbow-to-elbow seating.