I finally made my way to Oblivion Taproom, which looks like a biker bar but serves scratch-made foods. (Well, mostly. But let's focus on those hamburgers.) Oh my those burgers!
I can not stop thinking about this burger. Juicy inside, caramelized outside. It must have been cooked over a flame. The Oblivion patties themselves are a half-pound blend of chuck, brisket and short rib.
I got The Griller. That's served on a brioche bun, as most of the beef burgers are -- just thick enough, just tender enough, to complement the burger without falling part or being hard to bite. This variety was topped with grilled pineapple, grilled, lettuce and a Siracha-goat cheese concoction. Sweet, spicy and meaty.
A fellow diner mixed and matched. He got a marinated chicken breast instead, on the pretzel bun from the Pretzel burger and topped with the chipotle guacamole from the 'Murica burger. Heavenly, too.