The inside feels quite spacious, with a diner-like feel (a nice counter with stools to watch the cooking, plus many booths). We sat at the counter, not wanting to miss a single second of burger-flipping action. It's mesmerizing stuff, ya know.
Crave has several specialty burger options. For example, the "Luther" replaces the regular burger bun with two glazed doughnuts. The "Nutty Professor" adds peanut butter. Sinful stuff, man. Sinful stuff.
|Five of their top sellers|
(May change depending on when you go)
|"Campfire" burger (cut in half) with house slaw|
|Even the back looked pretty awesome|
Despite my concerns for a drier patty after all that, the meat still had juice and was cooked very well. I loved the poblanos and the onion strings for that fried, crispy texture. I didn't really catch much coffee essence, but the raspberry BBQ sauce was a huge winner. A lovely sweet and tang duo to bring everything together.
The slaw just had an enormous amount of a creamy dressing that tasted like a combo of 1000 Island and brown mustard. Brown mustard seeds were visible in this one. The slaw tasted great, but just way too much dressing for me.
As stated earlier, the "Big Bad Wolf" challenge requires one person to eat three "loaded 3 Little Pigs" burgers in 45 minutes or less. Winners get the meal free, plus a cool T-shirt. It would be cool to try this one. The food looks excellent. Heck, there's no way you'd go wrong with triple porky bliss.
|Big Bad Wolf challenge|
Three loaded "3 Little Pigs" burgers!
|Some of the people on the wall with their burgers!|
In my short visit, I liked what I saw. I hope to return one day. 8/10