|The Bee Gee|
"HOME OF THE LOOSE MEAT SANDWICH" the website proclaims. The term "loose meat" made me worry it would lead to loose something else, I have to admit. Happily, there were no physical side effects after scarfing down a Bee Gee sandwich, a Cheese Frenchee, and a chocolate shake. They say everything there is "unchanged since 1953." All I could think was we, as a human race, have gotten much better at deep frying things in the last sixty years. The Cheese Frenchee was mostly just a brick of fried matter, and surprisingly stingy on the cheese. Adding loose meat to the mix, as in the Bee Gee Frenchee, couldn't even take it up a level. As for the Bee Gee Sandwich, the supposed star, I expected the meat to be better seasoned and the bun to be toastier.
I'm gonna file this one under the "Better When Drunk" file. Hey, a lot of things are better when drunk, right? Maybe go in during Bee Gee happy hour, when they're a buck apiece weekdays from 4-6pm. Other than that I'd say stick to Don and Millie's for your Frenchee fix, where at least they have dollar margs to numb your gustatory sense.
A deep fried grilled cheese
|Bee Gee Frenchee:|
A deep fried grilled cheese with LOOSE MEAT inside
|Chocolate Shake and Boring Limp Soggy Fries|