Eaten The Prather Ranch Hamburger At Serpentine


"You can find your way across this country using burger joints the way a navigator uses stars."
--
Charles Kuralt

This is the final chapter in what I'm going to call the beef trilogy (hockey fans can call it a hat trick if they want). First, I
butchered a cow. Next, I cooked a huge steak. Now, I'm eating someone else's delicious hamburger.

Serpentine is a restaurant on Third and 22nd. I had the pleasure of going there for the first time tonight and enjoying a meal. Serpentine's hamburger is not on the 7x7. However, it was named best burger last year by SF Weekly, and it was a Critic's Choice on a site I often visit called Eater SF. (By the way, the reader's choice for best hamburger was 4505.)

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The hamburger was good. It was delicious. In my opinion what makes it special are the little pickled pink onions. They add a little tang to the tasty and well-cooked
Prather Ranch beef patty. The Acme roll complements the juiciness of the meat, and the lettuce and pickles top it off. I really enjoyed it.

I would recommend this burger to anyone as long as it's not
Thursday or Saturday during lunch time.
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