Max Carnage VS Billy's Buster Burger





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Published on Jan 5, 2013

When I first saw the photo of Billy' Buster Burger, I didn't think it looked that big. But when I saw the monster burger with its mound of fries placed on the table in front of me, I knew it was game time.
With over a pound of ground chuck, cheddar and swiss cheese, bacon, ham, egg, sauteed mushrooms, onions, lettuce, and tomato, this was a respectable challenge. The fries were crispy and hot and there was a lot of them. Overall, this challenge ranks high on our list for the over all size and for the nice walk on the beach we took afterwards. Pass or fail, this burger will cost you around $25 but you get a cool t-shirt if you finish it.

The 60's Cafe offers a glimpse into the past for diners who want to relive the days of real hand dipped malt shakes and rock and roll on the jukebox. The staff was not surprised when we ordered the burger, but quickly amazed at the speed it was dispatched. They were friendly and got everything we needed.
If you are looking for a stop on the coast for good diner style food and a break from the casino's buffet, pull into the 60's Cafe.

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60'S Cafe
4157 NW U.S. 101
Lincoln City, OR 97367


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