After seeing Food Inc., I didn’t think I’d ever eat a hamburger again. Apparently, I was wrong.
Last night, we headed to Luxe Burger Bar in downtown Providence for dinner. Since there was a 20 minute wait for a table and we were in a rush, we opted for the bar.
Oh big deal, you say, what’s another hamburger? But I have to give a nod to Luxe Burger Bar not only because of their flavorful, juicy Kobe beef burger with hand-cut Idaho potato fries, but also because of the way you order it. Each diner gets a sheet featuring nine steps to custom build a burger. You choose the meat (turkey, Gold label beef, Kobe beef, vegetarian, etc.), the toppings (caramelized onions, lettuce, etc.), the cheese, the sauce, the bun (sesame, plain, whole wheat), and the sides. And voilà, you get exactly what you wanted without taking 10 minutes to order.
No wonder as we rushed out to catch Avatar (blush), the number of people waiting had since doubled.
Luxe Burger Bar
5 Memorial Boulevard