Thursday, January 17, 2008

Ghetto Burger to my dome!!!

Today, Michael and I tried out a little Atlanta gem called Ann's Snack Bar. Owned and operated by Ann for the past 35 years, Ann serves up what the Wall Street Journal has dubbed, "The Best Burger in America." Ann's Snack Bar is located in a still rough part of town, in a tiny, rickety building that only seats eight people at a time, due to fire code restrictions. There is no waiting area inside, and we were forced to wait outside in the cold for 50 minutes before being allowed in. The Snack Bar is "Home of the Ghetto Burger," an ungodly, unimaginably large and artery clogging monster of a sandwich. Two enormous hand-formed, 1/2lb patties, grilled on the flat top with rough cut onions, chili, deep-fried bacon, Kraft singles, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise. I managed to eat 3/4s of mine, while Michael polished off the entire meal. We split some chili cheese fries and each had two cans of coke each to wash it all down. Needless to say, I didn't eat another meal that day...



2 comments:

miss.maree said...

Good thing you don't gain wait too easily. Good God, just looking at that thing I gained 5 pounds. XP

Celeste Pantalones said...

Deep-fried bacon? How is that different from regular fried bacon?

And also, no pickles?! Is that a Southern thing?