Hella Burger's chefs dish out gourmet burgers, hot dogs, and seasoned fries and chips from the confines of a silver airstream trailer. Saddle up to the trailer window and scan the menu for Hella's eight specialty burgers, made with local Colorado beef and a blend of premium USDA-choice brisket, beef short rib, and ground chuck. Test drive the best-selling El Diablo, the signature beef patty piled with roasted poblano peppers, aged Swiss cheese, and habanero avocado cream ($7.99), or deviate from the dough norms with the Trailer Trash, an egg-topped burger with maple bacon and american cheese on a glazed donut ($7.99). Non-burger options include New York– and Chicago–style hot dogs ($4.99–$5.50) made from 100% all-natural beef and nestled in a steamed poppy seed bun. The Drunk Chick sandwich obliterates boring chicken patties with whiskey-ground achiote chicken, fresh poblano peppers, and spicy red pepper aioli ($6.99).