Hamburgers are modeled after Victorian-era architecture, a style known for its sesame-seed-dusted roofs, flowing lettuce curtains, and meat everywhere. Feast ornately upon a well-formed feeding frenzy for two with today’s Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of burgers, sandwiches, and more at Uncle Bo’s Hamburgers and Deli.
The expert patty-flippers at Uncle Bo’s Hamburger and Deli craft their expansive menu of burgers, po’ boys, sandwiches, and wraps from fresh ingredients for lunch and dinner daily. Offered in heaping 1/3-pound portions, the shop's flame-grilled burgers will pique your hunger tooth and activate dormant burger glands at the base of your skull so that your jaw unhinges a little. Guests can enjoy classic combinations such as the bacon cheese ($7.79) or the blue cheese ($7.29) burgers, as well as the more adventurous flaming-hot habañero burger ($7.29). Other fresh bread-bound eats, such as the savory breaded catfish po’ boy ($6.79), decadent pastrami and swiss melt ($5.29), and chipotle veggie sandwich ($4.99) arrive alongside chips and a pickle; breaded boneless chicken wings come in your choice of eight levels of spiciness ($5.29). With vibrantly colored walls, metallic accents, and counter-style service, Uncle Bo's eatery boasts a comfortable, casual feel.
Uncle Bo's Hamburgers & Deli
Burgers seared over an open flame, then doused in house-made pepper sauce. Po boys constructed from white hoagies and neatly sliced turkey and ham. These handheld meals characterize the offerings at Uncle Bo's Hamburgers & Deli, where both cold and hot sandwiches stack all-natural ingredients between chewy bread.
A full one-third pound of meat beefs up each grilled burger, served with fries and available with toppings such as bacon, blue cheese, and chili. Deli sandwiches range from hearty reubens on rye to lighter turkey wraps with sprouts and tomatoes, as well as offerings that set sail on wheat bread or tucked inside of croissants. House-made soups warm bellies to prevent locals from walking around with hot potatoes in their sweatshirts' front pockets, although the eatery also slings spuds loaded with bacon, cheeses, and broccoli.