Burger Night at The Oinkster: Day Three
For the third night in a row we headed to The Oinkster in Eagle Rock to partake in Burger Week, a celebration of America’s favorite burgers. In honor of Carl’s Jr, The Oinkster showcased a beefed-up version of The Western Bacon Cheeseburger … called The Northeastern Bacon Cheeseburger. We knew to expect bacon, cheese, barbecue sauce, a beef patty and onion rings, on a sesame seed bun.
At 5 pm there was almost no line at the Oinkster. Justin noted the smell of bacon as we ordered from a now-familiar face. One burger, cut in half. We moved to the patio to await our first subject.
There was no line at Carl’s Jr. A single Western Bacon Cheeseburger was four dollars and was ready in two and a half minutes. It was given to us in a to-go bag through which I felt the weight and warmth of the burger. I got a confused look from our server when I asked for a plastic knife.
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Burger Night at The Oinkster: Day Three

For the third night in a row we headed to The Oinkster in Eagle Rock to partake in Burger Week, a celebration of America’s favorite burgers. In honor of Carl’s Jr, The Oinkster showcased a beefed-up version of The Western Bacon Cheeseburger … called The Northeastern Bacon Cheeseburger. We knew to expect bacon, cheese, barbecue sauce, a beef patty and onion rings, on a sesame seed bun.

At 5 pm there was almost no line at the Oinkster. Justin noted the smell of bacon as we ordered from a now-familiar face. One burger, cut in half. We moved to the patio to await our first subject.

There was no line at Carl’s Jr. A single Western Bacon Cheeseburger was four dollars and was ready in two and a half minutes. It was given to us in a to-go bag through which I felt the weight and warmth of the burger. I got a confused look from our server when I asked for a plastic knife.

Read more here!