Reader: $13 for a friggin' cheeseburger?
BBQ, cheddar and bacon burger at Tom's Urban 24.
Since Tom Ryan founded Smashburger, it's no surprise that his namesake Tom's Urban 24serves a good burger. "Made with eight ounces of ground Angus, the patty isn't smashed to order, as it is at Ryan's other joint -- that technique doesn't work as well on a chargrill -- but it is marbled with a half-ounce of frozen, grated butter," Gretchen Kurtz reveals in this week's review of Tom's Urban 24. "Topped with bacon, cheddar and Stranahan's Whiskey barbecue sauce and barely contained in a toasted brioche bun, the burger is every bit as good as it should be, considering Ryan's pedigree."
But is it good enough for the price tag?
Not according to Nope, who comments:
$13 for a friggin cheeseburger? Get the f*ck out of here, you overpriced nutjobs.
How much would you pay for a burger? And what's your favorite burger in town?
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