The new Evanston restaurant combines two of DMK's Chicago hits: DMK Burger Bar and Fish Bar. There's a handful of burger options, fries and shakes from DMK, plus fried fish sandwiches and the Old Bay mayo-topped crabby patty from Fish Bar. Beer will be added this spring.
DMK Burger & Fish [Closed]
|Venue name:||DMK Burger & Fish [Closed]||Contact:|
815 Noyes St
|Opening hours:||Sun, Tue–Thurs 11am–10pm, Fri–Sat 11am-12am|
|Do you own this business?|
If its like the original one then unless the burger is larger than 5 ozs for $9 without a side - compare to the junk at. McDonald's quarter pounder. DMK's price is way off target. And it isn't that good. 5 oz.?? Maybe they'll change the price in Evanston and include a side. $7 include fries and that would be close to fair.
You know if they said it was a third of a pound that would sound better and only be 1/3 of a pound more.
For every 80 oz you get either 16 of the 5 oz burgers or 15 of the 1/3 of a pound. Come on DMK goose it up a little and still lower the price. At $9 that's $32 a pound. Now if it was Wagyu maybe ok but $32 a pound?
5 oz cost them $1.25 plus bun for 25 cents plus a pickel slice for 5 cents. cost of $1.55 or less than 20% food cost. Come on.