Bent Burgers has a pretty basic menu of tasty burgers, fries, onion rings, and milkshakes, as well as a candied bacon burger with grilled cheeses instead of buns in case you’re in the market for a couch nap later. While the comic book theme in the dining room is fun, you should be eating your burger out on the substantially-sized patio if it’s nice out.
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