There’s no reason you should write off a venue just because it looks like a run down, hole-in-the-wall shack.
I mean, as long as all you want is a darn good burger, then the venue shouldn’t really bother you too much, right? (I mean, short of anything dangerous to your moral sensibilities or common sense, at least).
And that’s why you should head on down to the Cotton Bottom Inn for a garlic burger, ASAP. Go on. What are you waiting for?
Ok, so you’re still here. You need more convincing? Let me tell you about the burger:
1. It’s juicy. Rather than coming out tasting like something that was frozen a few minutes ago, it’s fresh and only slightly garlic flavored…which may be the one short coming of the burger. With a name like “Garlic Burger,” I expected just a little more garlic flavor.
2. The bun is real bread. It’s not that fake fluffy Wonderbread stuff that gets stuck between your teeth. Heck, it’s not even a bun. It’s fresh french bread sliced to size for this slightly larger burger. It was slightly crisped, too, for a crisp-on-the-outside-and-soft-on-the-inside flavor.
No fries with this meal, and if you’re partial to beer, they serve it.
Now: go get that burger.
Atmosphere: 4/10 (it’s a bar, and a hole, if a clean hole…)
Eat-ability Quotient (an average of scores): 6.8/10