Burger Barn & Café
Nov 02, 2012 04:36AM
● By Style
Photo by Dante Fontana, © Style Media Group.
We all know “eating right” means ingesting a healthy diet of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and enough boneless, skinless chicken breast to make a person cluck!
But, sometimes, that hankering for a juicy, meaty burger and fries needs to be satisfied. At the Burger Barn & Café in Pollock Pines, they make their burgers with fresh, never frozen, lean ground beef, making them a treat to eat without guilt!
Since February 2011, the sign out front of the quaint restaurant has invited diners in to enjoy “Fresh Home-Style Cooking and Atmosphere.” Friendly service and tasty, quality food await hungry customers looking for simple, American cuisine.
We started our meal with an order of Mozzarella sticks, cooked to perfection with a light coating of Italian-style breadcrumbs. Three of us split two 1/2-pound burgers – a good old-fashioned cheeseburger with sharp Cheddar and the tasty Western Burger topped with deep-fried onions. We accompanied our decedent dinner with an order of fries and three frothy milkshakes made with real ice cream.
Everything was freshly prepared within sight and delivered to our table hot, within minutes. The ample portions left us with contented appetites and plenty of leftovers to take home.
The Burger Barn & Café’s menu offers burgers in 1/6-, 1/3- and 1/2-pound sizes. They come plain, stuffed with jalapeño cream cheese, topped with bacon or mushrooms, chili or bleu cheese, or whatever creative combination your heart desires. Additional menu items include zucchini sticks, deep-fried mushrooms, hot and cold sandwiches, a chicken basket, hot dogs, corn dogs and chili, not to mention turkey and garden burgers. Besides lunch and dinner – offered in an indoor or outdoor setting, or for takeout – the restaurant now serves breakfast. Come get your burger and French fry fix at the most delicious barn in town!
Burger Barn & Café, 6404 Pony Express Trail, Pollock Pines, 530-344-7167, burgerbarn.com.
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