Based in Issaquah, Room 38 is a typical upscale bar, with a full menu and top-shelf liquor. It's small inside, and best known for its mini burgers—eight open-faced sandwiches, each patty about an inch and a half across, served perched upon wedges of pita, topped with a caul of melted provolone, and doused in a drowsy sea of viscous orange chipotle sauce. The fries are superb. They were obviously hand-cut, and came fresh from the fryer with a glittering clearcoat of hot oil: crisp outside, fluffy like a baked potato inside, and perfectly salty. Avoid the Heaven Martini, which tastes like a bag of melted Skittles, and stick with beer to wash down your greasy bar fare.