Uneeda Burger has a pretty stupid name, but since we feel this way often, we’ll allow it. The space feels like that weird covered area you were confined to at summer camp when it rained: tin roof, picnic tables, and fine wire mesh. But if summer camp had excellent burgers, special sauces, and milkshakes this good, we’d probably still be there making lanyards and bug juice. Burgers here range from simple to one with mushrooms, truffle salt, and gruyere, to a crispy farro veggie burger. The long tables and counter service make Uneeda a perfect spot for a big group, but burger purists beware: you won’t find American cheese here.
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