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October 18, 2018

Just Got In From Harvey's

wanted to share with you guys my thoughts on their new burger the big Harv.

It's basically 2 original patties 2 pieces of cheese (cheddar and swiss) and secret sauce. Then you can put whatever toppings you want on it, the people behind the counter there make it right in front of you. I got lettuce, tomato, pickles, onions, hot peppers, mustard, ketchup, and relish on mine.

I added bacon too. It's a little bit extra to add bacon but I don't mind forking out the extra money if it's worth it and lets be honest, bacon is ALWAYS worth it. Now to the review. The patties were juicy and tender with just the right amount of grease so that you got a little on your hands when you picked it up. The combination of the 2 cheeses was a game changer.

It was the best of both worlds having both on there especially paired with the bacon.

The bun was toasted and fresh.

The veggies were crispy and fresh too.

Since I got a lot of different sauces on there I accidentally got some ketchup on my shirt but I licked it off right away so hopefully it doesn't stain. I walked out of there full and satisfied. The price wasn't too bad either (about $8).

Overall I give this burger an 8.3/10.

I also got a hot dog to go so I could eat it later.

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