Mon - Sat 11a.m. - 9p.m.
|Double Hamburger ($6.50):|
Thick, nicely seasoned beef patties, but drier than July in Omaha. Har har har.
I don't know why this place continues to be voted as having one of the best burgers in Omaha. I really don't get it. It's in Bellevue!
But really, people. While I did enjoy the irregular shape of the patty, which is supporting evidence for their claim that they hand-press them out of fresh beef, I did not enjoy the standard temperature of well done. I reckon since they serve them on napkins they have to grill most of the juice out, or else it'd be too messy. The bun did fall apart a little at the end -- I've heard this is a standard Stella's qualm -- but the toppings were fresh and delicious. Something tells me they've been at this for a while. Plus, how often do you eat more than a couple of onion rings at a time? Well, we nearly licked the wax paper clean of any buttery crumb residue. The fries left something to be desired, but fans of Bronco's fresh-cut grease carriers will like these.
I don't understand how, in this pre-apocalyptic world of deforestation and drought with grain prices out the wazoo, they're able to offer a 6.5 ounce burger for $4, but you better get 'em while you can!
|My single Cheeseburger ($4.75) had Swiss, jalapeños and grilled onions,|
as well as the standard lettuce, tomato, raw onion, pickle and mayo.
|From top left:|
French fries ($2), ranch dressing, onion rings ($3)
|They invented plates in 1937.|