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Sinful Burger

Where: 4005 Twin Creek Drive

Hours: 11am – 10pm, 7 days a week; bar hours Thurs – Sat 11am -Midnight

Prices: Starters $4.99 to $7.99, Hamburgers $7.99 - $13.99 (Gluttony Burger); Kids Menu $4 - $6; Dessert: $5.99

Phone: 402-933-8727

The owners of Sinful Burger make sandwiches so good, their friends offered to pay for them. Now that they've opened a restaurant in Bellevue, anyone can get one of their creations, all cleverly named after the Seven Deadly Sins.

We loved the Lust burger, a patty topped with a savory blend of goat cheese, garlic mayo and basil. Families will like to cozy into one of the restaurant's large corner booths and kids will be excited to see games. Dad will be glad to order a big beer from the selection of local brews on tap and mom can select from a short but servicable wine list.

A reasonably priced kids menu includes a grilled cheese, a kid-sized cheeseburger and chicken strips good enough for adults to love, too (try them in the Toster sandwich for a grown-up take.)

World-Herald correspondent Mike'L Severe


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