But he reigned supreme and we found ourselves at Strange Wolf ordering burgers, fries and a drink for $15. Stef and I went with the pork belly one and the bacon, cheese on with the sneaky plan of having half of each.
Strange Wolf in the day is a little strange...it can't shake off that feeling that it really is a night time venue and it can't quite get away with being a daytime place. Unfortunately seating is a little weird for lunch and the height of the bar stools and the tables aren't conducive to eating. Either the stools are too high or the tables too low and we had to change places about 3 times before being at a happy height and it wasn't because we are vertically challenged Asians!
But seating or no seating the burgers hit the spot. Tasty, juicy meat, soft brioche bun with good hand cut fries it hit the spot and then some. Food came quickly for us. Service was sufficient - we weren't expecting too much given it felt we were intruding a place that shouldn't even be open during the day. Happy lunch time, happy day.