A coworker directed me to "The 101 Best Burgers in America" list when he heard I was heading to Cleveland for a weekend trip. B Spot Burgers was ranked #12 - The Lola burger, specifically.
The interior is pretty cool, with a giant wall of beer cans and antler light fixtures. Salvaged wood-esque tables. Pretty cool.
The Lola has a sunnyside-up egg, bacon, pickled red onions and cheddar. That sounded like it'd go perfectly with a chocolate shake. The shake came out first and had the additional metal container so I could go for seconds. It was pretty chocolatey - I think a little milky/creamy lighter flavor would've been nice. But, hell, it's a milkshake. It can't be bad.
This burger is gooey, creamy, slightly sour with a nice buttery crunch in the bread. It hits all points. I didn't really know what I was going to get with the flavors, but the pickled onion prevailed. Plus the cheddar together with the egg was just a unique combo that was like breakfast food on steroids.
Karie had some of the fries, which weren't bad. I was sure to try out all the different sauces - three originals were Lola Ketchup, Shasha Sauce and Coffee BBQ. None of them were favorites for me. But that's OK. I was happy enough with my burger on its own.