My girlfriend and I went to 3 Square last night around 6:30.
We split the pretzle burger and gazpacho. The gazpacho was okay but had too much vinegar for my taste.
We ordered the burger medium rare. Our server came back to the table after taking the order to confirm medium rare. About 20 minutes after the soup came out, our burger came out, looking pretty. I cut it in half and eyed the grey meat, sorely lacking any pink. I thought it may have been cooked medium. After two bites, it was clear that the burger was cooked to well done. There was no juice and the outside of the patty tasted burnt. The waitress came over and I showed her the burger and she apologetically took it back, not even trying to defend it. We wait another 15 minutes; still no burger. Our waitress goes to the kitchen to see what's taking so long and it sounds as if there was a miscommunication and our burger didn't get started. She comes over after this and says that she'll get us a treat. Finally, about 30 minutes later, a second burger comes out. I cut it down the middle and see some pink. I'm happy. I take a bite and it's good, not great, juicy but too charred on the outside. I don't need an all-over black crust on my burgers. After two bites, I am past the medium rare part and onto the medium well to well done portions of the patty. I take another couple bites and leave the rest, it being tasteless dry ground beef.
The restaurant was not busy. The cook that night has no clue how to cook a burger. They were both massacred and even at it's best right in the middle thickest part, the burger was above average but not in the premium I have to go again category.
The waitress didn't want to be here this night. Watching her interact with everyone that night made this clear.
The best part of the eating experience was the bread and butter. The rolls with sesame seeds, poppy seeds, and sunflower seeds (separately) were delicious.