It's called the LOVE burger, which I am assuming is an acronym for "Life's Over Very Early." From top to bottom, a grilled cheese sandwich, special sauce, a medium rare patty, and another grilled cheese sandwich. I didn't bother with the lettuce leaf, slice of tomato, and onion. While the patty was delicious, the "buns" were not. One was burnt, and both were straight up bland (Kraft singles are great for their melty-ness, but not much else). On the side, I opted for jalapeño fries, which were nothing more than regular French fries tossed with fried jalapeños. They would have been better executed had they been able to get the peppers to stick to the potatoes, but the flavor was great nonetheless. If you've ever had jalapeño-flavored Dirty
chips, or Kettle
chips, imagine that flavor on a McDonald's French fry. Seemingly, we now live in an era of throwing ideas at the wall and using the power of prayer--or the more secular, buzz--to make them stick. This one doesn't stick to the wall, but it will certainly provide a good base for Philly Beer Week's Opening Tap
tonight. Buen provecho.
Frog Burger is located in front of the Franklin Institute at 220 N. 20th St. Look for the big tent on the lawn next to the bi-plane sculpture. In addition to the LOVE burger, they've got regular burgers, crab rolls, hot dogs, and fries.The LOVE burger, fries, and an Arnold Palmer set me back $16. More coverage and full menu here.
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