Here's the Beef
Where to find a good burger in town
Ancient Mariner—Six versions of burgers grace the menu. Their namesake burger has gorgonzola, bacon, fried tomato, grilled onion, and horseradish mayo. ($12-$14). Bare Burger—Too many to list but your choices of protein include beef, turkey, black bean, lamb, wild boar, elk, bison and ostrich ($8.95 and up)—and are all grass-fed. Order yours bare (the burger) and dress it up with toppings. Bissell House—Classic Angus burger with lettuce, and tomato and comes with fries ($12). Bar & Grille on 7—Five versions of half-pound Black Angus burgers ($10-$13) or a six-ounce pub burger ($8) served on brioche rolls (toppings $2 extra). The Hideaway—A whopping 11 choices of burgers ($8.95-$13.95) plus tuna, veggie, or turkey. Includes The Carnivore (not for the faint of heart) with pulled pork, ham, bacon, cheddar cheese, and fried pickles. Little Pub—11 burgers plus turkey burger ($9.99-$11.99). Pure and simple to the Graceland with bacon, grilled bananas, cheddar, and spicy Thai peanut sauce. Also located in Wilton. Luc’s—Hormone-free home ground-beef burger, topped with fromage Suisse, and bacon, with frites ($16.50). Prime Burger—A la carte burgers ($5.99-$6.99), shakes, and fries. Tom-Tom’s—Serves only grass-fed with seven choices ($9.95-$14.95) and a veggie burger.
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