[QUOTE=llama;1125673]To say nothing of serving it on a paper plate! For heaven’s sake don’t let Dopey know - she’ll be hyperventilating into a paper bag.
I’ve always thought the Liberty Inn was such a waste of a gorgeous space - why couldn’t they put a nice sit-down in there serving regional American foods - I would think it would be super-popular. I’ve only been in there once or twice and it’s sort of depressing that that beautiful building is going to waste with a counterservice (and not a very good counterservice, at that).[/QUOTE]
My opinion has always been “burger joint” and not much more.
A six ounce NY strip for under $11?
I think this warrants investigation.
And what about this sandwich…1/3 Angus Smokehouse Burger - served with BBQ pulled pork, fried onion rings and American cheese with grapes or french fries $9.99…is it a hamburger with pulled pork on top???[/QUOTE]
This sounds familiar, but from where, I can’t say.
Too bad the standard Disney burger is still a large hockey puck.
Maybe if they could flame them or grill them instead of griddling them, or try not to prepare them too far in advance.