By Abby Allen
Teddy’s Burger Joint presents a casual and welcoming atmosphere. There’s a stone fireplace centering the main dining area, and a wall of photos commemorating those who conquered the Maverick Burger eating challenge.
I did not like how we had to walk up to the counter to order after being seated, as making that trip can be difficult for those with disabilities. I think the prices were pretty high; an entree salad was ten dollars. I found it hard to find the flavor in the sweet potato tots and the lettuce on the burger was dry and tasteless. The burgers were cooked through and had a juicy flavor with many toppings to choose from.
I’d recommend Teddy’s; for a literal “burger joint,” it’s as good as can be expected. There are just a few places where Teddy’s missed the mark.