It's an odd cross between a Vintage burger shop and a sports bar, but it still seems to work.
Double Double ($10.50)
Three times the price, and half the flavor of the In-N-Out Original. It's a disproportionately large sandwich that's a pain to eat.
Atomic Fries ($5)
Their regular fries are good, and Frank's Red Hot is good on just about anything, but a few squirts of hot sauce and some chopped jalapeños do not Atomic Fries make.
Zucchini Wedges ($6)
Perfectly crisp and greaseless, these were the standout of the meal.
Onion Strings ($5)
A massive tangle of onion strings are crisp and super onions, but a bit tough. They go well on top of the burgers.
6 Hour Smoked BBQ Brisket Sandwich ($11)
No trace of smoke flavor to be found here. The brisket is tender, but a little wet, with a sweet barbecue sauce reminiscent of a sloppy Joe.
The Broadway ($10.25)
Their version of a classic patty melt with a burger patty, caramelized onions, and Swiss on toasted rye along with a couple slices of Nueske's bacon and jalepeños. It's a fine sandwich, but simply didn't come together cohesively.
Proper pourable, suckable consistency and great flavor. Get 'em spiked if you so desire.