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Posted by Anonymous on 04/25/2013
This place has the best burgers I have ever tasted! The price is great and the atmosphere is wonderful. The music is loud but that just adds to the attitude the place has.
Posted by bubba on 02/11/2013
i am from nebraska. we were in chicago super bowl weekend, this place rocks.. the iron maiden was all that and then some. the tunes that were playing just about were too low a volume, ha ha. keep it up kumas, i will be back. oh yea the scrumpy was just about over the top. thanks for everything.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/08/2012
Great concept and cool place to go, but definitely not the best burger. Not sure what kind of beef they used, but the texture was unlike any other I've had and it was not at all juicy. The other ingredients didn't even make up for the dryness of the beef and I had to use ketchup. For the price, I would think they could have used a better quality beef.
Posted by anonymous on 06/07/2012
Had a great burger and a good beer. Music was a little loud. These are burgers with an attitude!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/31/2012
The burger is one of the most tasty burgers I have had. The music is too loud to have a conversation. The hostess really doesn't have a clue how to move people. But the most important thing is the food is great! Will go there again.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/28/2011
dope music great service and the best food
Posted by Anonymous on 03/08/2011
The hostess had no clue how to move a crowd or how to prioritize groups of people --when a variety of tables became available, she choose to seat parties of 2 at tables for 4 and put parties of 3 at tables for 2. This prolonged the wait for everyone since several couples were left to fend for themselves at the bar or to stand in line for over an hour. The food was fresh, hot and very tasty but I don't think it warranted the wait. The music is played so loudly you can't hear any conversation yet people continue to bring in young children for the experience of eating here. Apparently these parents think more about their stomachs than they do about their childrens' hearing. Too bad the establishment is more concerned about the money they rake in and they are so unconcerned that they don't apply age limits.