[Photos: Margo Sivin/EDFW]
Here's a closer look at Grub Burger Bar, the buzzy new burger joint that debuted the day after Thanksgiving on the bottom floor of an office building on Greenville Avenue near University Boulevard. The order-at-counter setup and wide-ranging menu will seem familiar to anyone who's patronized Hopdoddy — and also like its competitor, Grub both grinds its beef and bakes its burger buns in-house — with unique burgers like the Texas Luau (pulled pork, grilled pineapple and jalapenos, teriyaki sauce) and the Voodoo Mushroom with absinthe-sauteed mushrooms, green onions, swiss cheese and Tabasco mayo. There's also plenty of non-beef options including ahi tuna; an Eater operative sends word that the Greek chicken sandwich with tzatziki and feta is very tasty indeed.
Rounding out the menu are panko-breaded onion rings, hand-cut fries, draft cocktails and plenty o' craft beers on tap, plus milkshakes (including several spiked with booze, like a bourbon caramel version.) P.S. Residents of nearby The Village get 20 percent off all month when they show their Village ID card.
· Grub Burger Bar [Official]