Out of 65 people in attendance, here’s how The Black Cat fared:
And Lil Bub and Grumpy Cat tied in the “Who would win in a fight?” category.
Tina C.: The best thing was…the sauce.
Sam Hayflich: Didn’t have a burger but the wine was great!
Kristoph J.: The dipping sauce was fantastic. I’ve only been to a few of these, but this was the tastiest burger I’ve had yet. Service was super friendly.
Michael Sherwood: The patty was sadly overcooked and under-seasoned, but the toppings and construction of the burger were truly excellent.
Brayden: That sauce! The fries! The cocktails! The pickles! Really liked this one, the private dining space panned out great too! Service was amazing.
Talia Rubino: Loved the melted onions, really took the flavor up a notch. Also, Brayden should get a dog. Adopt don’t shop
Jon Hafter: I liked my cheesy onion-y burger more than the last few. Fries were uninspired tho. Onion-y 1,000 Island sauce a plus.
Jim Cathcart: Sounded good, looked good, tasted bland. Average high end burg. Cheese shoulda been stronger. Fries, while crisp, slightly over-salted. Liked the pickles.
Luke Phillips: This burger really hit the spot. Buttery bun and a very tasty patty. The mushroom topping was a game changer. The best on average burg at BEU this year.
Adam Weitz: Underseasoned like “The OA”.
Lindsey Odom: That 1,000 Island dressing really gave this burger a boost. Loved the dressing options!
Vince Villanueva: This Black Cat burger wasn’t unlucky, but it also wasn’t purrrrr-fect. Filled me up and needed more sauce. Made me want an after-dinner gelato right “meow”, and I ain’t “kitten” around!
Nyiko Beguin: Energy cannot be created nor destroyed.