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Sobelman's Pub & Grill PDF Print E-mail
Restaurants - Burgers

By Stephen Carlson, yourmilwaukeedining.com

Picture of Sobelmans Burger and Sprecher Beer

Dave Sobelman brought out the classic Sobelman Burger topped with its traditional bacon, jalapeno, onions and three kinds of cheese – American, Swiss and Cheddar – all on a toasted bun. Even though this is a “classic” burger, the flavors are anything but “classic”! I decided to stick to a local brewery to compliment these flavors and went with a Sprecher Amber. The Sprecher has a deep golden brown color and provides an interesting sweetness / bitterness that enhances the flavors from the burger. Combine these two Milwaukee favorites and you will be amazed; and the Sobelman’s burger is even tastier than before!

Sobelman's Patty Melt

Just to show that it’s not only about the traditional burgers, my next burger was a Patty Melt / Cheddar Melt on an amazing marble rye with loads of onions. The combination of the burger and melted cheddar cheese went together perfectly. Dave recommended the Lakefront Brewery Riverwest Stein – Amber Ale. The Amber Ale is a very versatile lager and can be enjoyed with a burger that has a number of flavors. The Patty Melt is a combination of simple ingredients all done to perfection; the Lakefront Brewery Amber Ale brings those flavors to the next level and is extremely enjoyable as it goes down. While you’re at Sobelman’s, feel free to order either or both – you won’t be disappointed!

Sobelman’s just opened up their new Tallgrass Burger joint on Farwell kitty corner to Comet Cafe. If you’re a Sobelman’s fan, you won’t want to miss “Milwaukee’s healthiest burgers.”If you love burgers and you are from Milwaukee, you’ve probably heard of Sobelman’s Pub and Grill. You simply can’t go wrong with the Sobelman burger and I didn’t intend to pass up the chance to find the beer that makes this burger even better – if that’s even possible!

Sobelman's Pub & Grill
1900 W Saint Paul Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53233-2634
(414) 931-1919

 
Solly's Grill PDF Print E-mail
Restaurants - Burgers

By Stephen Carlson, yourmilwaukeedining.com

Butter Burger from Solly's

Solly’s Grille on N Port Washington Road simply cannot be ignored when it comes to creating a perfect butter burger. Family-owned and operated, Solly’s has been stacking on the real Wisconsin butter and feeding local residents since 1936, so you know this is going to be an enjoyable experience every time you grab a seat.

The burger most commonly ordered is the Solly’s Burger; so I decided to kick it up a notch and order a Super Solly’s Burger, which is two 1/3 lb. of 100% quality sirloin patties, mounds of Wisconsin butter and stewed onions. Once the burgers arrive, you can see the butter slowly melting and covering your burger in what can only be described as “buttery deliciousness.” The combination of butter and stewed onions give it a mild flavor that keeps you coming back, bite after bite. I tried to stop eating it and kept finding an excuse to take just one more bite until it was all gone. But I did manage to take a small break and order another superstar burger from the menu.

Solly's BurgerA few months ago Solly’s owner, Glenn, put out small jars of jalapenos for patrons to try on their burgers. He noticed at the end of every night all he had left were empty jars; right then and there the Solly’s ‘Peno Burger was born. He put together 1/3 lb. of 100% sirloin, butter, stewed onions, jalapenos and melted pepper jack cheese and promptly added it to the menu – and you will be glad that he did! The ‘Peno burger gave just the right amount of spice to please your palette. I was concerned at first that this burger might be too spicy for some customers, but right when the spice hits your mouth so does that real Wisconsin butter to cool things off and send you diving back in for another bite!

Though Solly’s doesn’t serve alcohol for you to pair with these burger in-house, I would recommend placing a to-go order and heading down the street to Sprecher Brewery for your favorite beer – take home and enjoy!

Solly's Grille
4629 N Port Washington Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53212-1084
(414) 332-8808

 
Rock Bottom Brewery PDF Print E-mail
Restaurants - Burgers

By Stephen Carlson, yourmilwaukeedining.com

Rock Bottom Brewery Burger

Rock Bottom Brewery on N Plankinton Ave is known for its in-house beers, so I was excited to find the perfect beer and perfect burger combination.

Rock Bottom presented their Laredo Burger to start off. The Laredo Burger is a southwest-inspired burger that was cooked medium and generously topped with their homemade guacamole, pico de gallo, chipotle mayo and pepper jack cheese. The contrast of the warm blackened burger and cold guacamole was extremely pleasing when paired with Rock Bottom’s Badger Stripe Ale. The Badger Stripe is known as the burger’s best friend and I would have to agree. The caramel malt and citrus hop flavors of the Badger Stripe add depth to the flavor combinations of the guacamole, pico and pepper jack cheese. The only thing you need is a Laredo Burger and a tall glass of Badger Stripe Ale. Ketchup and mustard can sit on the sidelines for this one!

Rock Bottom Brewery BurgerJim Beam made an appearance in my next burger and I was more than happy to welcome him. The Bourbonzola Burger is made with a Jim Beam Bourbon glaze, smoked peppercorns, a heaping mound of onion straws, Gorgonzola cheese, lettuce and tomato on an onion roll. Once again, any traditional condiments can stay away, as Rock Bottom provides a side of the Bourbon glaze that you can use to dip your burger in, which I would highly recommend using! The Bourbonzola Burger was paired with the Naughty Scot Scotch Ale. This ale was sweet and ended with a spicy finish and was a perfect pairing for the Bourbon Glaze. I will definitely make sure these two meet again when I am at Rock Bottom. Rock Bottom is a definite hit if you’re looking for unique burgers paired with local brews!

Rock Bottom Brewery
740 North Plankinton Avenue # 1
Milwaukee, WI 53203-2403
(414) 276-3030


 
AJ Bombers PDF Print E-mail
Restaurants - Burgers

By: Stephen Carlson, yourmilwaukeedining.com

AJ Bomber Burger

On the corner of Water Street and E Knapp Street is a newer Milwaukee Restaurant – AJ Bombers. The burgers on the inside of this place are just as intriguing as the bulls-eyes that are on the exterior. At AJ Bombers, I decided on the Bomber Burger, which is the traditional AJ Burger and the Stuffed ‘Shroom stacked together. The Bomber Burger takes a traditional burger and combines it with a crispy fried portabella mushroom stuffed with Wisconsin cheddar & Muenster cheese and topped with lettuce, tomato and bomber sauce (an in-house ketchup & ranch dressing combo). I decided to pair this delicious burger treat with Lakefront Brewery’s Riverwest Stein Beer – All Malt Amber Lager. The malt choice was perfect for the variety of flavors that come through with the Bomber Burger. You need a Lager with a semi dry finish and a hearty malt aroma such as this to compete with the abundance of flavors that hit you with each bite you take from the Bomber Burger.

AJ Bomber BurgerI will be the first to admit when I hear the words, “veggie burger,” I typically don’t get excited. But after trying the Black Bean Burger from AJ Bombers, I wish I was a vegetarian so I had an excuse to eat this burger every time I was there. The Black Bean Burger was served with lettuce, tomato and bomber sauce. The burger has a perfect layer of crunch on the outside, softness on the inside and the bomber sauce fulfilled the desire for a cheese that some might miss. I decided to pair this with a New Glarus Spotted Cow, which is medium-bodied and very smooth as it goes down. This turned out to be the perfect complement to a burger that is very clean and straight forward. The flavors of the burger would have been lost with any other heavier beer. Do yourself and the Black Bean Burger a favor and grab a Spotted Cow and check it out!

AJ Bombers
1241 N Water Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 221-9999

 
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