3 thoughts on “Burger joint

  1. Steve Vender - August 4, 2014

    I don’t think I’ll be eating my burgers in El D.F. at a place called La Pequena. Being an American, my tastes run to La Grande con todo. Sobrino’s had a great burger, but nothing is better than the grill on my deck so I can make them the way I like them, blood rare, just with salt, pepper and a little chopped garlic. Topped with lettuce tomato, a slice of red onion and roasted red pepper…and there you have heaven while gazing over San Francisco Bay.

  2. Barry Carr - August 6, 2014

    Delicious title. Qué rico! But are the burgers any good? Or is that a petty bourgeois irrelevance?

  3. Don Cuevas - August 29, 2014

    I wanted to write you how much I enjoyed your brief article on Hamburguesas a la Parrilla, on Culinary Backstreets. (I didn’t want to put my email address on yet another site.

    Hamburguesas a la Parrilla is one of my favorite spots for a burger in todo México. A much better deal than the elaborate burgers served an trendy joints not very far away.

    Don Cuevas

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