Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Glendale Pub

Review 31 @ Stop 37
Glendale Pub
275 E. Sharon Rd. (Glendale)

The Glendale Pub offers rustic setting with an English pub look. Located near the railroad tracks in Glendale, an outdoor deck is also available for those nice days. On photo day for CinWeekly, the trio witnessed five trains passing by during their extended lunch.

The menu offers an array of burgers: 6 specialty burgers, 1 plain/regular burger ($7.45), and 1 build-your-own burger. All are fresh, Angus beef treated with a dry rub, and then hand formed into a half-pound patty. All include lettuce, tomato, onion, and mayo served on the side plus accompanied by Saratoga chips or fries.

Served on a toasted Kaiser bun, all three were cooked to order and the team was able to distinguish slight differences between the three levels – but Bucky’s medium well was closer to well. The char-grilling provides flavor to the sandwich as the rub only provides slight flavor.

Enjoying the overall balance of flavors and quality meat, Wolfy was much more taken by the burger than his two cohorts. Therefore, visit the Glendale Pub, but wait on a nice day so you can enjoy the outdoor deck.

Points: 5.5
Rating: Average

Next Review: On-the-Road Burger


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