But instead I chose the hangover burger ($12), which is ground chuck, fried egg, pork belly, ghost pepper cheese and ancho ranch done medium.
As I sipped on the Giant Killer and checked my work email, I took the time to read the rest of the menu options. There was a lively group sitting at the end of the bar, but the place was also quiet enough to think on your own and stay uninvolved.
The bar also has flatbread pizzas, from chicken pesto ($11) to ancho BBQ ($12) to Windy City ($13), which is topped with red sauce. Italian beef, sliced sausage, giardinera, peppers, provolone and smoked gouda cheese.
The most appetizing of the grid iron menu items seemed to me to be the 3 Little Pigs ($13), which includes ancho BBQ pulled pork, pork belly, bacon, cheddar cheese, pickles, dijon mayo and slaw on pretzel bun.