The fries were average, tasting store-bought with too much rosemary thrown on them.
The onion rings, on the other hand, were a sound choice--crunchy and not too greasy.
After hearing much praise for 25 Degrees' burgers, I, as a burger junkie, was thrilled when my whopping Number Two ($12.00) with pesto, prosciutto, burrata and a roasted tomato arrived. Despite my trepidations about burrata on a burger, this dish delievered on every level. The juicy patty and soft brioche provided a solid, quality foundation for the Italian accoutrements. To my delight, the combination of the salty prosciutto, tangy tomato and creamy burrata with the burger was not at all overwhelming-- just mind-blowingly tasty. The brioche also held up surprisingly well, becoming soggy only towards the end of my meal.
J's Number One ($12.00) with prelibato gorgonzola crescenza, caramelized onions, bacon, arugula and Thousand Island was also quite enjoyable. With a generous serving of cheese and a hearty slice of extra-crispy bacon, what is not to love? Again, the thick, juicy patty set the foundation for this delicious burger.