The signature Grindhouse Style burger is a winning melange of flavors reminiscent of a Big Mac, in a good way. Lettuce, grilled onions, pickles, gooey American cheese and the special Grindhouse sauce make for an easygoing, bright, pickley snap.
We may be partial to the Euro-style burger (sauteed mushrooms, Swiss, mustard, and mayonnaise), but we love all of them and we are happy to see that the concept is met with enthusiasm and a new influx of visitors to the historic market.
This place is terrific. You won’t spend much over $10. But beware of cravings. I was on my way to the gym when my car insisted I stop for a burger and shake the other day.
Of all the burgers I’ve had during my visits — and I’ve had them all — the Apache with beef kills it every time.
They’re little flavor bombs, these burgers. Just try not to eat two.
The insanely thick milkshakes are possibly the best I have ever sucked through a straw. The fact that I can keep an eye on the market bustle enhances the pleasure I take in my food.
Unique restaurant concepts can thrive in quirky environments. Brounstein's Grindhouse Killer Burgers is doing just that.
Grindhouse is part of the hamburger renaissance taking place around Atlanta.