We were invited to the Weber Grill Indianapolis for a complimentary meal to facilitate this story. All opinions, photos and taste buds are ours.
The Weber Grill Indy – Not all Burgers are Created Equal
I don’t know about you, but everyone at my house is a huge burger fan, but not just any burger, and I must admit that while we’re pretty good at grilling yummy steaks, grilling burgers really isn’t our forte. But that’s okay!
When you think of a thick and juicy burger with a side of delicious and salty french fries, you most likely think of your local burger joint. Whether it’s the new hip burger place in town, the ancient burger joint where thick dust collects on the weird props hanging from the wall (but who cares?), or even a quick burger from a fast-food place, a fancy establishment probably never crosses your mind.
That’s why when an invitation from the Weber Grill landed in our inbox, we immediately thought—steaks! But nope, it was burgers. We grabbed the kids and headed down to the lovely downtown Indianapolis on a Sunday afternoon, and boy were we in for a treat! All Burgers at the Weber Grill are charcoal-sealed half pound burgers, made with black angus beef and accompanied by your choice of one side; french fries, kettle chips or coleslaw.
Missi and I opted for the Prime Burger, which is described on the menu as “The ‘Summit’ of Burgers Made with Our Secret Blend of U.S.D.A Prime Certified Angus Beef and Weber Seasonings. Bourbon Grilled Onions, Cabot Sharp Vermont Cheddar, Served with Parmesan Garlic Fries” which will set you back about $16 bucks.
The kids ordered from the kid’s menu, and one of them had another burger (which was also delicious and rather large) and a pizza. The kid’s meals were accompanied by sides of fresh fruit, broccoli, tater tots/or fries and your choice of dipping sauce.
Needless to say the burgers were delicious, and the Angus Beef just melted in my mouth. Personally I would’ve preferred my bun not been grilled (because of the grease), but bad it certainly was not. Just a personal preference. Oh, and because I was thirsty, I enjoyed two seasonal limoncello sangrias, and yes, they were intoxicating.
“We even brought home two of Weber Grill’s exclusive seasonings. One for grilled chicken and one for burgers!”
A formal steakhouse like the Weber Grill may not immediately come to mind when you’re craving a charcoal-grilled burger, but after our excruciating editorial research, it turns out it’s the place to consider!