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"One of the greatest burgers in the world," GQ says of the BGR hamburger, and although we're not ready to join in that particular chorus, we do sing its praises. There's an amplified beefy taste to the prime, dry-aged meat (from free-range, grain-fed, hormone-/filler-/antibiotics-free cattle). And because the burger is not oversize (seven ounces), the fetching char flavor of the grill is pronounced. One can specify lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, or mojo sauce (spicy mayo) as garnishes. Our beefsteak tomato slice on this and all burgers here was huge. Rule of thumb that BGR might want to consider: The tomato should never be thicker than the burger. Yukon Gold fries here are meaty -- although we'd call them "medium-size" rather than "thick cut" as the menu puts it. They are double-fried per order and come out perfectly crisp. Sweet potato fries are excellent as well.