If you are looking for the best burger in town, smothered in a bubbling cheese Skirt , then you have come to the right place. Our famous Squeeze With ... More
If you are looking for the best burger in town, smothered in a bubbling cheese Skirt , then you have come to the right place. Our famous Squeeze With Cheese burger is a 1/3 pound of beef with almost as much cheese, all on a fresh bun, and all the fixings. Of course all of the items on our menu are just as delicious as The Squeeze and we invite you to try them all. Our staff are very friendly and the atmosphere relaxed. You will not want to leave, The Squeeze Inn is habit forming.
Ok, for all you old time Squeeze Inn customers....Tell me you don't think they suck now !!! I started going to them back when they were at Elvas & C Street , on the curve , great location and screened in patio dining with the wood burning stove !! Aw...the days .. Their Chicken taco's could cure any hangover,. Now the chicken taco's are made with Louis Rich chicken lunch meat diced up, romaine lettuce !! They use to use real diced chicken, schreded iceburg lettuce , and salsa. I gave up on the taco's , but thought the Squeeze with cheese and Fries couldn't change ....until today... What a bummer, frozen french fries, funky buns now !! Sorry to say I won't even try to go back ;(
Elk Grove Citizen
Once Around the Barber Pole
July 15, 2009
Reasonable VS. UN- Reasonable
So what do you picture as providing “reasonable accommodation” in respect to making life a little easier for people who are physically challenged, (I hate the term “disabled”, it has such a negative feeling)? If you Google reasonable accommodation, there are a thousand definitions but they all have similar conclusions; to level the playing field. This is true whether its employment or businesses making accommodations for their customers.
Many businesses have made accommodation for the physically challenged by modification to their facility, as business dictates. Of course newer facilities must come up to current coding and places that are being remodeled are required to make changes to meet ADA requirements. The first thing the “normal” folks, (like I’m abnormal) notice as they approach a business is the parking lot and the “Blue” parking spaces. These parking spaces are for drivers or passengers “in possession” of a DMV Disabled Person Placard Identification Card/Receipt. This is further demonstrated by stickers that hang temporarily from the rearview mirror or by permanent Handicap plates. The DMV form is still required to be in procession of driver or passenger.
So what two news items got me SO upset? First Kimbery Block’s law suit against the Squeeze-In in Sacramento. As someone who fits the “Disabled” category, I’m really outraged! The owners have made corrections that make getting a hamburger “reasonable”! If I want a burger, all I have to do is call ahead and when I arrive, toot my horn and my order will be brought out to me. Now, that is more than reasonable. Ms. Block, just go down the street if you don’t like this personal service.
We waited two hours in line...and then another 20 or so minutes for a table on the patio and another 10 or so minutes for our food to arrive....would I do it again? In a heartbeat! The servers were very nice....we met a lot of nice people while standing in line...and it was all topped off with a great burger! It wasn't just a dining experience...it was an adventure!!!
no parking. hour long wait. when food was ready, servers did not call out name loud enough. They make no effort to make sure the food is delivered to the customer. We got our food cold. it was ok, but it was definitely not worth it. I've definitely had better. it's ok to try once and that's about it.
Everyone I've talked to sasy that the food here is the best in town. A coworker and I decided to go there for lunch one day, we decided to call our order in so that we wouldn't have to wait long (since it was the lunch hour and we heard they are always busy), they told us it would be about a 30 min wait, we showed up there 35 min later and still had to wait around for another 30 min. Once we ate the food the burgers were soggy and not fully cooked. I will say that the fries were good but it was not worth the long wait.
I was in Modesto, which is about an hour away from the Squeeze Inn and decided to go there because I saw the place on Diners Drive-Ins and Dives and thought it looked delicious. It is extremely packed, hot, and hard to hear anything, and the waitresses struggle to take orders over the noise, and the place probably had about 25 flies flying around inside. None of this would have mattered to me, however, if the food was really good. My boyfriend and I ordered two of their burgers with cheese, a large fry, and a large soda, and were surprised to be charged almost twenty dollars. We stood and waited for our food in what felt like a mosh pit for about 15 minutes, and as we waited we could clearly see the kitchen which was only about 3 feet away and only separated by the bar where people were sitting. At first we were hypnotized by the delicious looking cheese as it cooked, but I soon noticed something unfortunate: the meat was store bought, and completely unseasoned. They use those pre-made patties that can be bought at the store and just lay them on the cooking surface without adding anything to them except for the cheese. If they were seasoned I definitely couldn't taste it. Everything was also chaotic and it sounded like there were several people being trained at the time, so we figured they would probably get our orders wrong (both with no mayo, one no mustard). We finally get our food, and it looked and smelled delicious. The cheese was good, and went nicely with the burger. Everything seemed perfect until I actually took a large bite with meat. The meat was extremely dry and bland, and even with the cheese I felt that it needed salt and pepper. As I ate the cheese got hard and began to taste more burnt, and fairly quickly started to taste very bland. I'm going into a lot of detail here but basically the burgers are nothing special. They rely on their cheese to please people and skimp out on the quality of the toppings and meat. If they seasoned their meat it would greatly improve the quality of the burgers. The fries are also nothing special, as they are cooked and put into a huge open container to sit until people order them. The sodas are nice because they use crushed ice which I really enjoyed. I may to back to give them another chance but today I was definitely disapointed.
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