Polker's Gourmet Burgers is an all-American cafe that is nice, but not pretentious. It finds a comfortable meeting ground between greasy spoons and ... More
Polkers Gourmet Burgers
Polker's Gourmet Burgers is an all-American cafe that is nice, but not pretentious. It finds a comfortable meeting ground between greasy spoons and the cheesy theme burger cafes. On the weekends, this spot is very busy with customers from the neighborhood. The menu offers contemporary American favorites like hamburgers, salads, sandwiches and milkshakes. The breakfast menu features unique varieties of Eggs Benedict like Eggs Blackstone (tomatoes and bacon), Salmon Bene with smoked salmon and spinach, and the Indulgence Omelet (grilled spinach, tomatoes, mushrooms and ham topped with Hollandaise Sauce). The service is great.
Polker's is one of those places you either love or hate. I happen to like it alot. I live in the neighborhood so it's a no brainer for an easy, quick take out or eat-in burger when I don't feel like cooking, which lately is often.
Not that it was bad before, but I noticed the food seems to have actually gotten better in the last year or so.
Also a good breakfast/brunch spot on the weekends, but try to get there early it gets crowded fast, especially when the whether is nice.
Service is east coast diner style, quick and to the point...although like anywhere when it's as busy as they are, you might have to raise an eyebrow occasionally to get their attention. Definitely good value.
I stumbled across this restaurant with a friend the other day, and we were both extremely happy we decided to have dinner there. The burgers were amazing! There appears to be about 12-15 different burgers you can choose from. (Ranging from the classic burger, to fish burgers, to chicken burgers). I had the chilli melt and it was fabulous. The size of the burgers is quite large, and the quality is top notch. Overall getting a giant burger and a large helping of fries is well worth the $9 meal. If you are in the area, and you're looking for a burger, this is the place to go!
It doesn't get much better than Polker's for breakfast. I highly recommend the buttermilk pancakes or any of their omelettes (they are all good). Lunch and dinner here are still pretty good, but can't hold a candle to their breakfast. Lines can be long on weekend mornings (20-45 minutes), but you can sign in and then walk around the various shops on Polk Street. Definitely worth a visit!
One of the better brunch places on Polk Street though it's usually one of the busiest. Expect a wait on the weekends. Brunch is much better than their lunches and dinners. It's an quick and easy place to grab a bite to eat or to go.
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