It’s Here, Grass-Fed Burgers and Beer

by | Feb 29, 2016 | Features, Food + Drink

If your a fan of a good burger then you might want to check out “Grease”. While many might ask why someone would name their restaurant “grease”, after all who likes greasy food? Some of you might be raising your hand. Don’t let the name “Grease” intimidate you. Fear not, these burgers are amazing. In my humble opinion, Grease has the best burgers in West Palm Beach. For those of you who prefer a healthier alternative, the restaurant also provides plenty of healthy options from salads to fresh ground grass-fed beef. The menu here is diverse; not only will you find exquisitely prepared and tasty burgers, the menu also features salads, sandwiches, bratwurst, desserts, and great soups. To go along with a great burger your thirst will be quenched, as you will find over a hundred craft beers and a fine selection of liquors and wines. I recently had the opportunity to try the “Chili Bowl” after just a few bites I was hooked. If you like good chili that rivals some of the best chili places up north, you must try this. The chili is topped with cheddar, sour cream, and green onion. After glancing through the menu, it was time to see whether Grease lived up to the hype about their burgers. I decided on the “grass-fed” burger. The burger was proportional to its fresh pretzel bun that included jalapenos and avocados.  The menu price for the organic grass-fed  burger is $13.95 without toppings; not a bad price considering that the beef is freshly ground every day! The burger prices range from $9.95 to $15.95, the toppings are extra. Some other burger extras include pretzel buns, jalapenos, fried egg, deep fried bacon and plenty more. I found it really appealing the way they brand their buns, my pretzel bun came with “Grease” emblem imprinted on it, it gave it that signature look and made it taste 10 times better. Grease has some unique names for items on the menu. Next time I visit, I want to try the “Ron Burgundy” it’s a burger topped with mushrooms, local spring onions, swiss cheese and Boursin cheese. Get your drink on. What a better way to pair a burger that an ice cold beer. And if you like beers, especially the ever-popular craft beers, you will find over a hundred beers to choose from. Grease has “local” craft beers such as “Monk in the Trunk.” Monk in the Trunk is a Belgian style American ale that’s brewed right down the street in Jupiter, Florida. Grease also has brown ale, fruit beers, IPA, pale ale, porters, stouts sour ales, American lager, bock, Imported lager, pilsner, cider and other unique beers. For all, you wine lovers, the white wines they have are Chardonnay, Pinot grigio, White Zinfandel, Riesling, and  Sauvignon blanc. The red wines they have are Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon blanc, Pinot Noir, and Malbec. The price range for the beers are from $5.00 to $12.00 a glass, and the wine prices are $6.00 to $16.00 a glass, depending on what you get. A great place to be. The atmosphere has the electric downtown West Palm Beach feeling and has a New York bar style inside. I went around 3:00 pm and sat right down and got my food in a matter of 15 minutes! The bartenders were friendly and the restaurant was clean.  Grease is kid friendly during the day and they have a kids’ menu. At night, Grease is a fun place to be with live music on every Friday and Saturday night. Hours are Sunday-Wednesday 11:30am-12am and Thursday-Saturday 11:30am-2am. The noise levels can get louder during rush hours. I recommend coming during the day if you like it quieter. All that said, Grease is a well-organized restaurant and I had an all around amazing experience.

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