Atmosphere: Inside is a little cramped and loud with a diner decor, but it’s meant for a quick bite rather than a hang out spot. They have a decent sized covered deck outside.
Service: Order at the counter, everyone is always pleasant.
Booze: You can only get ice cream sugar drunk here with delicious milkshakes, malts and floats.
Citrus-Grilled Ahi Tuna Sandwich | with bistro mayo, lettuce, red onion and tomato $ 7.29
Double Boogie Burger | with cheese $ 7.09
Boogie Burger offers angus beef burgers that are juicy and flavorful with a wide variety of toppings: onion rings, sautéed mushrooms, pineapple, and peanut butter to name a few.
My craving for the ahi tuna inspired this particular trip. Chipotle mayo and lime juice compliment the natural taste of the tuna; not too heavy, it’s quick, it’s flavorful, it’s good. Jay kept it simple too with a double boogie with pepperjack cheese. Less extravagant toppings allowed the char of the beef to really shine. My only complaint would be the automatic well-done cook temperature, but the meat is never dry regardless.
Kudos: Attention vegetarians: Boca garden and a homemade black bean burger available. I haven’t personally tried them, but the woman behind us exclaimed, “they have thee best veggie burgers here!” as she walked in the door.
Overall: A bit overpriced at $17 for two burgers and one drink, but I still love it as an alternative to fast food when I’m in a rush. It is what it is and always has been and always will be: a local burger joint with a loyal following because their food is consistently tasty.
1904 E. Broad Ripple Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46220