The menu is straightforward and enticing because I'm physically addicted to animal fat. The restaurant says it "will serve burgers, fries & drinks -- that's it. We're keeping it simple so we can focus on delivering a truly exceptional burger." It will be fighting for, and will no doubt win, a spot in your burger-chain rotation alongside Hopdoddy, Liberty Burger, Mooyah and Smashburger, none of which you should eat before eating at Maple & Motor or Off-Site Kitchen, both of which would probably be better replaced by a splurge at Knife or Boulevardier, although you'd probably be better off just staying home and grilling tilapia.
See you at Dugg Burger.
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