There are a lot of good reasons to go to Wesburger - from the mac-and-cheese with onions and cheese sauce that tastes like a better version of what comes out of the blue box; to tater tots with queso, caramelized onions, bulgogi bacon, and special sauce; to the super spicy Nashville-style hot chicken sandwich. But those are all secondary to the burgers, and our go-to is the Hot Wes with thin, crispy fried onions, pickled jalapenos, and queso. The only thing stopping us from being there all the time is that there are no TV’s to watch sports.
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Because you can never have too many fried chicken sandwiches.
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