"Burger heaven" proclaim partisans of this "lively" chainlet who "savor every bite" of the "gourmet" patties, "ground on premises" daily and smothered with "unique and traditional toppings"; it can be "loud", but "friendly" service and an "expansive" bourbon and beer selection "round out the experience", making it a "favorite" for most; P.S. the Simsbury branch is set in a retrofitted train station.
So another stop on my quest to find the best next level buger. Lets start with the decor it was quite cozy and dark, nice enviornment kind of what you would expect from a Gastropub. Service was very good, staff was very knowledgable about the food/drink menus. I like the Burger but it could have been a bit better; anything with Truffle, is Truffle oil not Black Truffle. Wellington bites were delicous and many tasty beers. Had better but not bad.
"awesome burgers. enough said. ok. i""ll say more. to truly understand how great the burgers are, just order the plain tavern classic to taste the fresh meat that is ground on premise every day -- never frozen. it does make a difference. amazing scotch list, too. it's a great new addition to the stamford dining scene. "
this place gets good reviews but i don't really like burger joints that only offer well done or medium well. it feels like they don't grind fresh or it's owned by lawyers who fear e coli. west coast burger (w/ corn relish vs. olive spread) is a great blend of flavors. also recommend the tater tots as a side.
Great burgers, some of the best I've had anywhere. Great selection of beers too. The jalapeño popper appetizer is not the frozen stuff from Costco, it's legitimate jalapeños with some crazy spicy paste on the side.
I had a horrible experience at Plan B. The staff is rude and not very knowledgable. The restaurant wasn't clean and presented as a very unwelcoming environment. Not to mention the food tasted like they picked it out of the garbage. Avoid at all costs.