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Like Danny Meyer with Shake Shack in New York, Adriano Paganni of Starbelly, Delarosa, and Beretta is elevating San Francisco's fast food burger. The Super Duper burgers taste like the vegetarian-fed Niman Ranch beef they're made from, are cooked on a high-tech chrome flat-top grill, and come out dripping with juice and grease. Once you choose your burger size, you can make it as fancy as you like with the mix-and-match toppings, which offer a range not often seen in similar burger places. Lettuce, tomato, red onion, and the Thousand Island-y secret sauce come standard, and you can add jalapeños, grilled onions, and house-made pickles for free. An extra buck will get you avocado, a fried organic egg, roasted portobello mushrooms, bacon, or blue cheese. Shakes, fries, and a hummus-smeared veggie burger round out the menu options, plus there's beer and wine on tap at this SOMA location. Super Duper Burger plays up its slogan, "Fast food burgers, slow food values" with its retro-hip decor: vintage Americana signboards that boast of home-baked cookies and artisanal buns, a chalkboard menu, and meals delivered via metal cafeteria trays.
Few things are more American than the fast food burger. But the institution and its practices have come under fire of late, in the era of pink slime, Super Size Me, and food-borne illness. McDonald's and others are rehabbing their image by... More »
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