When ordering the rib-eye burger at Congregation Ale House, don't expect anything massively portioned or customizable. This isn't that kind of burger. It doesn't drip with too much sauce, there is no option for bacon, and it fits snugly inside one hand since it's only a few cup sizes bigger than a slider. Yet you should cradle this burger in both palms; treat it as a two-fisted ground-beef sandwich that demands your full attention. Half-cuffed in paper to bind it together and to capture any escaping juices, it's a good-looking burger, with a roasted tomato peeking out, slippery grilled onions attempting to escape and arugula that somehow manages to... More >>>