This past Saturday, my family and I headed up to the Brigham City Temple Open House.
It was packed, muggy, and cranky. It was a long two hours.
The beauty of the interior made up for it of course,
yet we were starving by the time we were done.
We somehow still convinced our kids to wait to eat for another twenty or so minutes until we made it to Roy on our way down so I could try the Burger Bar.
Do you ever watch Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives while starving?
When I do, I'm practically willing to hop on a plane right then and there and fly to whatever location I'm watching.
Actually, I don't even have to be starving to want to do that...
Burger Bar holds some very dear memories for many.
This I found out after checking-in on my personal Facebook page.
It still seems to hold that fun, traditional, burger-spot atmosphere.
The gals taking & filling orders are very friendly and efficient.
I would most certainly go here often if I lived nearby.
Big Cheese Ben w/ Garden-Fresh Tomato
I should've taken a picture comparing the burger to my hand.
It was huge.
Not tall-huge, but wide-huge.
The burger, not my hand.
Old-Fashioned Hand-Cut Fries
The fries were most certainly delicious. My son's particular tray may have been the bottom of the batch because there were many tiny, crispy ones--my favorite.
The fry sauce wasn't my favorite. It tasted too Miracle Whip-py.
I'm not a huge fry sauce type, so don't judge em'. Or me.
Buffalo Burger w/ Garden-Fresh Tomato
This one was a smaller, regular sized burger.
Peanut Butter Cookies & Cream Shake
This shake was kinda perfect for me.
It was thick, but was perfectly melty by the time I was done eating my gigantic burger and fries.
I was glad for the combo we chose of peanut butter and cookies and cream. HEL-lo.
See my messy burger?
I love a good finger-lickin after eating a messy burger.
How did we not order onion rings?
Anywho, definitely worth the stop for sure.
Check out the Burger Bar DDD clip below!