President’s Day was a good day. I had the day off from work, I was able to meet up with friends for lunch, and I was able to have a burger for lunch. That burger, however, was my last before going vegetarian for Lent for the third time.
The Misconduct Burger is made up of house ground Prime Angus beef. It comes topped with lettuce, tomato, and onion between a challah roll. My modifications/additions were caramelized onions instead of the raw and Fourme D’Ambert blue cheese.
The meat was cooked to medium rare and was super juicy. The challah bread was an excellent alternative to the brioche I’ve been often seeing on burgers. I love blue cheese on my burgers and this one was great, though it was different than any blue I’ve ever had on a burger. The Fourme D’Ambert was a slice instead of crumbles and had a much creamier, almost brie like texture to it. The accompanying fries were also tasty.
Not a bad last burger to have before the fast! Also, I got $3.50 off for Burger Monday, which I believe is a new special they started!
1511 Locust St.
Philadelphia, PA 19102