The A.J. O’Brady’s Burger

The A.J. O'Brady's BurgerCan’t decide between a Reuben sandwich and a hamburger? Now you don’t have to! Just head on over to A.J. O’Brady’s and give their signature burger a try! The half pound Angus beef patty comes topped with their homemade Reuben sauce, corned beef, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut.

I only work about ten minutes away from A.J. O’Brady’s, but in the six years I’ve been at my current job I’ve never stopped in until this past week when I was looking for someplace new to try for lunch. I’m certainly glad I decided to give them a shot though because I absolutely loved my meal.

A lot of places can go a little overboard with sauerkraut on Reuben sandwiches so it gets to the point where it’s almost overwhelming and becomes all you can taste, but the amount of sauerkraut (and every other topping) on this burger was perfectly proportioned.

I’m sure that A.J. O’Brady’s isn’t the first Irish themed pub and grill to cover a hamburger patty with traditional Reuben sandwich toppings, but it’s the first time I’ve ever seen it been done. Plus, with St. Patrick’s Day coming up this weekend I can’t think of a better time to have discovered this delicious burger!

3 Comments on The A.J. O’Brady’s Burger

  1. Erika
    March 15, 2012 at 2:19 pm (12 years ago)

    That is just awesome!!!

  2. John
    May 29, 2012 at 3:12 pm (12 years ago)

    Awful place. Ordered the Guiness onion soup and it came cold with a provalone round floating on top, not even melted. Sent it back and I guess 2 minutes in the micowave wasn’t enough. Tried the “Irish Nachos”. Soggy waffle frys covered in soupy cheese sauce and banana pepper rings and corned beef chunks. The corned beef was good by my god, what a horrible mess of a heart-attack dish. Fish Fry is Swai (although they called it some unknown fish). Orded it pan fried and again, was not cooked through. Raw in the middle and the breading was soggy and pale. Wife had a chicken dish that also was covered in the awful cheese wiz.

  3. charlie
    September 10, 2012 at 2:35 pm (12 years ago)

    love that place, great food, cozy and good beer prices


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