The Beverly neighborhood has a relaxed small-town-in-1965 feel, and one of the contributing reasons is this dose of Americana, both old enough and friendly enough to be your grandmother. The namesake burger is old-school minimalist, a deeply satisfying quarter-pound patty of fresh ground round sauteed in its own juices and served with the simplest toppings—grilled onions and ketchup-mustard-pickle on a feather-light bun. Just as good are the fresh-cut fries, cooked in beef tallow, and as long as you’re dining as if it’s 1965, finish up with a thick chocolate shake.
Top Notch Beefburger
|Venue name:||Top Notch Beefburger||Contact:|
2116 W 95th St
|Cross street:||between Hoyne and Hamilton Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 8am–8pm; Fri, Sat 8am–8:30pm (closed Sun)|
|Transport:||Bus: 9, 49A, 95W, Pace 349, 381. Train: Rock Island to Beverly Hills-95th St.|
|Price:||Average main course: $7.50|