Smashburger.

Today. we ventured into northern Kentucky to give Smashburger in Highland Heights a try…
Smashburger
Smashburger
Smashburger
Genifer tried the Spinach & Goat Cheese Smashburger with cucumbers, spinach, goat cheese, tomato, onion and balsamic vinaigrette on a multi-grain bun…
Smashburger
Smashburger
I ordered specialty Buckeye Smashburger with fried pepper rings, American cheese, haystack onions, lettuce, tomato and mayo on an egg bun…
Smashburger
Smashburger
And we shared an order of fried pickles…
Smashburger
Everything was really delicious. The burgers were just the right size for us, cooked to perfection and not at all greasy. The Smashfries were fresh, hot and crispy. The fried pickles were crunchy and delicious once they finally cooled off a bit. It was a great, very reasonable lunch. Throw in two fountain drinks and our bill was just over $20. You can’t beat that. At all. We’ll definitely be back for more Smashburgers very soon! 🙂
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