After some searching, Hopdaddy Burger Bar came up as a must-try.
This place is a little nonconventional. For starters, there was a line out the door. I didn't think that was too bad, so I joined behind the last person. The line, however, stretches all the way past the dining space and to the back kitchen where you place your order.
Along the way, they slowly take care of small things - how many people are in your party, then you're assigned a table number, as you progress, an idea of what you might want to order and finally, ordering at the counter.
After you order at the counter, you come out to the dining space to find your table number, and your food is delivered.
The good we make begins here. The available, all-natural ingredients. Our beef comes from , never, ever given growth hormones or antibiotics. We grind everything in-house daily. Our fries are from select Kennebec potatoes. Our buns are made from scratch & all day everyday.
After just a bit of waiting, my food arrived: Magic Shroom burger made with angus beef, Texas goat cheese, field mushrooms, mayo, basil pesto, red leaf lettuce, white onion and beefsteak tomato. Truffle fries were also a must.
This burger was great. It was large, but it was flavorful, all fresh ingredients and a good combination of flavors. Solid burger.
The fries - complete with a delicious garlic aioli - are the things my dreams are made of. It's just unfair how good these are. Umami is my weakness, and it just doesn't get much better.
It's definitely hipster-y and a little tedious as far as process goes, but my meal was worth the wait.