The Burger Joint is a counter service restaurant where customers place an order, pay the cashier, wait for the buzzer to buzz, fetch ordered food from the counter, walk to the drink area, grab utensils, eat, refill drink, bus the table, then go home.
Deciding to have counter service isn’t a bad thing, minus counter-tipping pressure. Seeing yet another counter service tip jar makes no sense. Why tip the cashier when the customer is doing all of the work? After learning a massive counter-tipping lesson from Luke’s Lobster in New York City, no thanks and have a nice day.
Finding out they offer a veggie burger made in-house was something to write home about. It’s always exciting when the veggie burger isn’t frozen from Morning Star. The Burger Joint makes their veggie burgers using brown rice, black beans, molasses, and oats. Pay extra to receive toppings such as grilled onions, sautéed mushrooms, and a fried egg on top.
The Burger Joint is extremely clean and cozy. The only non-cozy moment occurred while watching the cook prepare our food. The grill obviously doesn’t have a separate area to cook veggie burgers. Like Jake’s, raw meat juices become one with veggie burgers, which happens almost all the time.
There’s no way this isn’t common sense. If a person is ordering a veggie burger, they aren’t going to fancy raw meat coming anywhere near it. Using a different spatula would make the sun shine brighter as well. The Burger Joint is a super clean restaurant with nice employees. Protect the veggie burger’s personal space and everyone will live happily ever after.
FIVE: High 5!
FOUR: Please & Thank You
TWO: Double Wow
ONE: Wow + Ouch = Wouch
BGR The Burger Joint
3001 Knox Street
Dallas, Texas 75206