- Griffin Swartzell
We eye a prominently advertised charburger, and Ana suggests their popular BBQ bacon avocado charburger ($8, $11 with fries and drink). As on most sandwiches, slippery avocado slices evacuate all other toppings, but the bacon, grilled onions and beef pack a savory punch under barbecue sauce that isn’t too sweet. It’s in the vein of Drifter’s/In-N-Out, though the patty’s thicker. Those who don’t mind paying a few bucks extra to avoid toting a bagged burger will find satisfaction and no small measure of freshness. Just skip the fries; they’re nothing special.