"What are the other beers?" I asked the server when she eventually arrived at our table.
"They should all be on there," she replied. I pointed at the menu. "I'll go find out," she said, and came back with a handwritten list for us.
The bacon was cooked perfectly, neither undercooked nor too crispy. And there were plenty of cracked peppercorns in it. I tasted them at the time and I tasted them for hours afterwords. Even that night I was noticing tiny pieces of pepper lodged in my teeth.
The only thing I didn't really enjoy about the burger was the addition of Thousand Island dressing. It didn't bring anything to the table. Really I would have been happy with just the meats - the beef and the bacon - as those flavors were great, though the cheese, red onion and lettuce (I removed the slice of tomato) were nice complements. But a burger this juicy doesn't need any sauce.
Tim opted for the roasted peanut cole slaw, and he offered me a bite, but I declined. I'm not a big fan of peanuts and Thai-style slaws have never been my favorite.
I enjoyed our lunch at Daily Grill. I won't be making a habit of going there, but that Pepper Bacon Burger was delicious. Next time I will probably eschew the beer for an iced tea and order fries as my side, but I will definitely be getting that burger again.