Anthony and I did our normal Sunday evening thing today: Dinner and grocery shopping. He almost didn't go, but after assuring him that I would buy he changed his mind.
We went to Monkey Burger in the Williams Center at Broadway and Craycroft. I've heard about this restaurant before and someone posted yesterday that they were there on Facebook and I thought it would be fun to try.
It was the best burger and fries I've had in a long time. It's not cheap (9 bucks or so for a burger) but you do get your money's worth. Both Anthony and I ordered the "Kitchen Sink" which has the meat, bacon, French fries, pickle spears, lettuce and tomato. I gave Anthony my pickles (I don't like food that has been soaked in vinegar). We also each got an order of fries and they were really good.
Bottom line: I'd recommend eating there. One odd thing: The sign on the door said they closed at 7 p.m. on Sundays but we were one of the last customers they took orders from. They started telling people that came in after 6 p.m. (we got there just before) that they were closing. Flaky move, Monkey Burger. I hope it was a one time issue.
After dinner, we went to Walmart Neighborhood Market for groceries. I found Butt Seasoning and Nut Topping. Now my inner 10 year old is satisfied.
My stomach still hurts three hours after dinner from eating so much at Monkey Burger. It was totally worth it.
|Interior of Monkey Burger at Broadway and Craycroft in Tucson|
|It appears they knew how old I am|
|Anthony sucking on a straw while my long lost relative|
photo bombs the photo (near the door on the right)
|If you don't like the food or the people at Monkey Burger,|
you're provided a weapon to murder them with.
|The Kitchen Sink burger at Monkey Burger with fries in the silver cup|
|Open wide big boy!|
|Like a boss, Anthony finishes the whole thing.|
|Monkey Burger has a statue of one of my relatives.|
The resemblance is amazing, isn't it?
|Two days after Valentine's Day, and the Easter candy is already out at Walmart Market.|
|Anthony, the sassy Easter candy eater|
|Is your butt kind of bland?|
Now, thanks to Kernel Season's, you can get Butt Seasoning.
And, it's made with real butt-er.
|To go along with the Butt Seasoning, try some Nut Topping.|
|Tim McGraw Gift Cards for Outback Steakhouse|
Apparently a popular gift... there were only a few left.