One of the most irritating questions: "what should we eat?". This question comes up at least once a week at the studio. Derek and I grab lunch, talk about work and stuff our faces. This week we chose to try "Burger Bobs". We had heard more than a couple people tell us "You HAVE to try Burger Bob's"! So we took their advice and headed around the block!

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We were nervous it was going to be super busy because we got there right at noon, but we were early enough that the wait was not an issue. We sat at an open table, our waitress was over right away, grabbed our drinks and gave us a menu. She was really great the whole time. We decided we were going to order the Mushroom and Swiss. I picked waffle fries and Derek had regular fries.

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Our burgers arrived, perfectly cooked and the fries looked SO good! As we started to dig in, the saliva started to overwhelm my mouth. I started with dipping a waffle fry in the ranch, I had to make sure the ranch was acceptable. It was. The fries were hot and a little crispy, perfect in my mind. Now on to my burger! Oh my! Seasoned well, cooked a little over "medium" and smothered in mushrooms and swiss! I added ketchup, but it would have been just a great without it. It came with lettuce, raw onion, and tomato, which I love to have with my burgers. We inhaled the burgers and fries! Our bellies were full and most importantly, we had a bite for lunch from one of Bozeman's Best! Thanks Burger Bob's, you really made a meat eating girl's belly happy!

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