Posts Tagged ‘burgers’
The Roof of Our World-Famous California Academy of Sciences Now Smells Exactly Like a Burger King – ExactlyWednesday, July 15th, 2015
I’m talking exactly.
Of course the nearby Inner Sunset district used to have the World’s Smallest Burger King (just a skosh under the then all-important 1000 square foot threshold), but it, just as with Cole Valley’s Bacon Bacon, had issues with neighbors complaining about the smell.
So head on up to the wavy wavy roof for a sniff. And while you’re there, check out Color of Life. It’s excellent.
Art Meets Commerce: The Colorful Corner of Haight and Clayton Celebrates the Year 1967, Urges Purchase of $14 Tourist BurgersFriday, June 13th, 2014
I wish to declare Burger Urge, of 1599 Haight Street, a tourist trap.
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“It was one thing to charge 9-10 dollars for a mediocre burger and another to charge 2 dollars more just to put a slice of cheese on a regular burger, but now some burgers are 13.99?! NO fries, no sides? no sides? It’s an average burger and absolutely not worth the huge spike in prices. I hope the tourists enjoy wasting their Euros and Yen. $13.99? Utter rip off. Get a delicious sandwich across the way at Haight Street Market for $6.50 instead.”
“McDonalds – which is full of crackheads – is a better dining value.”
The People have spoken.
Pearl’s Deluxe Burgers Establishes an Outpost at the Intersection of Sixth and Market – Serviceable Grub, Not ExpensiveThursday, December 15th, 2011
Grab a plastic knife to cut a half-pound burger at the new Pearl’s Deluxe Burgers and you’ve got dinner for two for $11.
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Some of the locals who used to hang out at this intersection have moved south a third of a block or headed across Market into the Tenderloin.
We’ll have to wait and see how things go, how this experiment in urban engineering works out…