Sunday, August 14, 2011

Burger Month #1: Goody'z

637 Gravel Pike
E. Greenville, PA
Hours: Sun-Thurs 11-9; Fri & Sat 11-9:30

An American food tradition:  the burger. 
It seemed appropriate to end our summer months of Evans’ Eats to prioritize the summer delicacy of a grilled burger.  For the health-conscious and vegetarians, don’t tune out yet—some of this month’s reviews will direct your steps on the Valley’s surprising  array of burger joints.

   Goody’z:  Another ideal summer stop (see July) due to the picturesque country drive and outdoor seating.   Their simple menu features burgers made with fresh ground beef, you decide if you want a single or double burger/cheeseburger.  The “Fixin’z” are customized, ordered “all the way”:  lettuce tomato, raw onion, pickles, ketchup, mustard, mayo or “Add what you like”:  grilled onion, grilled green peppers , jalapeno peppers, mushrooms, relish, brown mustard, bbq sauce, and chili.  Besides the fresh taste of their fresh ground beef or turkey, who can’t favor a place that enables you to build and stuff your own?  The thoughtful Kaiser roll is also one of its main features.

Goody’z also serves hot dogs, topped with your “favorite fixin’z” and a verity of sandwiches including a sausage sandwich and cheese steaks.  My guess is that once you get a taste of their 50’s style diner décor, it will only seem suitable to order the classic burger & a side of their delicious fries.

Save room for dessert—they serve local Longacre’s Dairy Ice Cream including specialty sundaes and the areas’ classic dessert:  waffles & ice cream.  Goody’z food & atmosphere is ideal for the whole family.
Our total meal: $15 (2 burgers, fries and a large beverage)

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