|29th St and P St|
|Date, i.e. 2008-01-03|
|$5 for a typical meal|
|Cash, Check, Credit Cards, Other|
A burger place with an unique, industrial feel, since it is built inside a converted gas/service station. On warm days, they open up the garage doors.
The eating area is likewise a little strange. There aren't booths; the tables are what you would find in the outdoors section of burger places.
Besides burgers, they serve hot dogs and Philly cheese steaks. You can customize your sandwich with a variety of toppings, including jalapenos and a fried egg.
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2008-01-04 15:45:09 We went here on opening day, and it was totally unprepared for the crowd. It took an hour and 15 minutes to get a burger, which arrived lukewarm. It tasted decent though, may be better on normal days. —DanielNguyen
2008-01-07 15:46:21 I went back a few days later...it was still too busy but only a 15 minute wait. The burgers are good, a bit thicker and meatier than what you'd find at In-N-Out. On the other hand, it's more expensive. The double-cheese-burger meal, which comes with small fries and a drink, will set you back $7.76...which seems a lot for a standard fast food meal. The buns seem cheaply made. The fries are very good though, of the thick, crispy variety. —DanielNguyen
2008-01-18 16:11:41 I felt ripped off after eating here. The food was way overpriced, and not even that great. For $11, I got about five onion rings, a sad burger that looks like it came from McDonalds, & a milkshake. AND they gave me a ziplock bag of carrots and pickles... That was just weird. Besides the fact that it took forever to get my food. And, if you want water, you have to buy a bottle of it for $1.75 (which is illegal by the way, to not have tap water available). —yuhu
2008-01-18 16:12:43 Oh yeah, and the food was cold too. —yuhu
2008-02-06 22:06:34 This place is horrible. I wanted to like it. I really did. But for about the same money you'd spend at Hamburger Patties for a scrumptious hacienda burger you get something that might be served at a little league refreshment stand or a junior high cafeteria. And the icing on the cake— it made me sick. I want there to be a neat little local restaurant in that location, but I won't be back to Suzie Burger. —BrianGingold
2008-05-16 17:00:17 The pickle and carrot thing is bizarre. I mean, a tasty deli-style pickle would be one thing, but I was not prepared for a baggy of pickle chips and baby carrots.
My burger wasn't terrible, but I don't think I need to have another. And it wasn't cheap enough for what it was, either. —Cricket