I was able to get to Power's right at noon on Saturday and the place was packed with all the seats taken and people standing around waiting . It is a tiny little place but the staff is very efficient and very friendly. There were people coming in and calling in orders for 12-18 burgers at a time. Even though it was very crowded all the people were nice to each other holding the door open and being very polite.
I ordered 4 double cheeseburgers and enjoyed observing the eclectic mix of customers. They pretty much had them all, young - old, rich - poor, different races and most patiently waiting for the food. One person got impatient and asked for a refund and left but the rest were happy to wait.
It was incredible to see the griddle completely covered in burgers and onions. When I got mine I went out to the car and wolfed down the first one. DELICIOUS! It was all I want in a burger. Simple in its prep but outstanding in its flavor and juiciness. The onions were the crown jewel just dripping out of it.
The one problem I had is in taking them to go they turned into a juicy hot mess after a few minutes. I enjoyed them all the same but next time I order them to eat there to hold down the mess and to enjoy more of the people watching.
Day 2 we trekked out to the Spyro's on W. Jefferson for breakfast. We knew we were in trouble when approached and the parking lot was packed. We asked about a table for 7 and were told about 20 minutes but with 7 people eating and a swim meet to get to we decided we might be cutting it too close and had to pass. Unfortunately we had to settle for IHOP but, now we can't wait for the next swim meet in FW so we can plan ahead better and make it to Spyro's in time. Any place that busy has got to be GREAT! In addition, I explained to my wife and our friend how I had come to hear of Spyro's and they are all the more intriqued to try the place that may land as a top 10 breakfast for Buffetbuster