Pie Diva and I stopped at Al's on our lap of Lake Michigan. Pretty nondescript building outside and in.
The nice looking sign is the highlight of the decor. Four booths and maybe a dozen stools at the counter, we snagged two stools and ordered our meals. The burgers were pretty good, they mash the meat on the griddle and then cook a pile of onions into the meat. I think it is how they do it in Oklahoma. It is a slow process, we were there close to 40 minutes for our meal. In those 40 minutes we enjoyed a few of Green Bay's finest citizens. Pie Diva was next to an old guy who went to the restroom as soon as his food arrived, then took his teeth out to eat. I was next to a typical GB redneck, ya know. He was a decent guy and very friendly. He'd be fine with a Steelers fan, but would probably draw the line at low-life Vikings or lower-life Bears fan.
I thought the onion rings were first rate. We didn't order chili, but it might have been a good choice. It was Green Bay style with spaghetti cooked in it.
Overall, Al's was worth a stop, but not a drive. We get a far superior burger at Midway Eat
, which is an hour closer to home.
post edited by JRPfeff - 2012/07/08 18:12:13