Posts Tagged ‘Burgers’

There are many points in a blogger’s life that they’ll either a) be too busy to blog, b) will forget they have a blog, or c) don’t want to blog because their site is in terrible need of redesign, so it’s obviously easier to ignore entirely. In this case, all three of those points apply to my current situation, SO, let me tell the tale of an amazing evening at Weber Grill (quickly!) through photos.

If you haven’t been to Weber Grill, you should go. It’s particularly great for when your parents come to visit – it’s evocative of the original hipster Dad grilling out back drinking a beer (or a rum and coke, squeeze of lime), plus it’s DELICIOUS.

Without further ado, Weber Grill in photos:

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Absolutely everything was beyond delicious, but the sea bass was the standout. On a very happy side note, it reminded me of this gem:

Weber Grill is located at 539 N State St, Chicago, IL 60654. Follow them on Twitter, or connect on Facebook.

Thank you to the good folks at Weber Grill for inviting the Windy City Blogger Collective for the Spring Menu Tasting!

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Umami Burger is all the rage in Wicker Park these days, just like hipsters used to be – I think they’re on the way out, yes? I’m not cool enough to know what exactly has replaced all the skinny jeans, beards and PBR, but I’m guessing Umami Burger is a contender for that list, judging on how much hype this place is getting. Yeah, maybe instead of hipsters, WP will now be full of clean shaven dudes drinking cider and eating burgers. #BurgerPark. Weird.

But, Umami Burger! I’d wanted to go a few weeks ago when my #BFF was in town from Nashville, but we opted for Little Goat Diner instead. I got a chance to revisit my wish this past Sunday, when my jet-setting roommate (for reals, she’s a flight attendant) and I took a stroll down the street after reading all the Umami Burger Yelp reviews, and deciding against Antique Taco and Pot Pan.

Umami Burger Chicago

We got there close to 8 p.m. on a Sunday night, and there was a 25-30 minute wait. Not a problem in this neighborhood, kids. Take your pick from all the bars up and down Milwaukee. We opted for one of my favorites standby’s, Nick’s Beer Garden, had a quick drink and were texted by the hostess that our table was ready within the advertised wait time. Read on »

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