Next up for me was Burger Brothers – the Advertising Supervisor and I met up to grab a bite to eat and chat more about the business.
While the facility is owned by a larger entertainment corporation – a lot of the restaurants are individual to each property. They also focus on making sure things fit with the city.
The menu is similar to that of the other burger place in the other gaming center…but there are some mindful variations – they added a full on Cincinnati menu!
I ordered a burger with a side of sweet potato fries ($2.45) but really didn’t need the fries. The burger – you’re about to see – is really large and the fries were just ok.
Beale Street Burger – ($8.95) Smoked cheddar, beer battered
onions, & a Kentucky Bourbon BBQ
I chose the Beale Street Burger and it was pretty great! Those onion rings are amazing – and – with my trick I learned at Frisch’s – they are battered fresh – not frozen! (If the onion bites off without pulling out of the ring – it’s fresh.)
The burger was super huge and definitely filled me up! Thanks to Steve & the team at Belterra for treating me for lunch.