Something old, something new. While the venerable Cherry Cricket, which Gretchen Kurtz reviews this week, continues to be a favorite with readers, our Best Burger award in the Best of Denver 2015 went to a relative newcomer, Jimmy's Urban Bar & Grill. But it's getting harder and harder to find a good burger in town, says jokerlola:
The problem is that all these burger joints are not worth the money and are not very good. Used to be able to get a burger better than all of these "trendy" places at any diner around town with great fries. Now you can't. Wendy's in the 70's was better than most of these places.
What do you think of the Cherry Cricket? Jimmy's? When you want a great burger, where do you go?
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