Anny’s Fine Burger
Cheerful, colorful, and clean, Anny’s looks like the flagship store of a future chain. They will put almost anything and everything on a burger (pastrami!), but we kept things simple. A crusty, kaiser-style roll surrounds a patty that drips grease but still comes across a bit like lean sirloin — maybe it’s the chew, or maybe it’s the steak-y taste. There’s a solidity to the beef, as opposed to a grind. It’s not bad, just different. The bacon hits a sweet high note, but the cheese doesn’t even play second fiddle. Lettuce and tomato reminded me of In-N-Out, but Anny’s has more of ’em.
|Price range of entrées||$5 - $9|
|Occasional live music||No|
|Payment options||Accepts credit cards|
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