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$12.50, no fries. 1/3 lb ("5.5" oz), grass fed, dry aged (21 days) from cows grow (hopefully) in Cali, on a 10K acre ranch, run by an ex Slow Food ED. Topped with some caramelized onions, 2 sheets of butter leaf, cheddah, sesame brioche bun (which wasn't too sweet). Comes with a side of aioli, which it didn't need. It leaned towards the salty and loose side
It's a steakhouse burger, served at a nouveau deli counter (or to-go! not that I'd recommend that).
Out of the non hood burgers I've had in the last 3-4 years in LA, this one is easily... the most morally righteous. And nearly as tasty. Please don't respond with complaints regarding price, location, hipsters, parking, gentrification, Bay Area, etc. Otherwise, if anyone has more Belcampo burger porn, please attach. I'd like to keep this thread as a master Belcampo burger spank bank for when anyone's hungry.
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