St Louis, MO 63103
Riverfront Times's Description
A small national chain, Hamburger Mary’s is a self-styled “open-minded bar & grill for open-minded people” — and perhaps the only chain to court the LGBT community. The décor is deliberately campy, the menu rife with double entendres (like the “Guacamole B.J.” burger, which also features bacon and Monterey jack cheese). The vast array of burgers does share two common traits: they’re huge and overstuffed with toppings. Ordering isn’t unlike picking out a new car — multiple models available in different trim levels. If none of the three ground beef options suit you, there’s also ground turkey, a grilled chicken breast or a black-bean patty. Sides and starters are the typical crowd pleasers: fries, soft pretzels, T-ravs, etc.
Tips from foursquare
While the lengthy drink list isn't groundbreaking, we loved the Sweet Buns martini (with Rum Chata and Smirnoff Fluffed Marshmallow) and the Karen Walker dirty martini. (Gabe Hartwig)
The Proud Mary is a whopper, too big to handle with two hands. The meat is exceptionally moist, and the sheer amount of meat made the abundance of toppings seem like an afterthought. (Joe Bonwich)
Eat, drink, and be Mary.
Overcooked and overpriced.
Yeah! For mark and Stl!!! Fuzzy tea bags for everyone :)
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