I prefer mine on Texas toast with sautéed onions and cilantro-avocado sour cream. Burgerworks lets you build your own dream burger by selecting the meat, bun and toppings. With so many options, you’ll return time and again to perfect your burger vision. 10321 W. Broad St., 527-2747.
The BBQ bison burger at $10.99 is expensive but excellent. Something clicks between dill pickles, barbecue, white cheddar and the large bison patty. If it weren’t so pricey, I would eat it every week. If you are more of a beef traditionalist, the S.O.B ($7.99) is a good Southwestern rendition. Tri-colored tortilla strips, fresh jalapenos and house-made guacamole add messy flavor to a burger that is commendable.
Brett Scott is at it again. Two and a half years ago, Scott sold his majority ownership interest in the Richmond area all-you-can-eat CiCi’s Pizza chain. He was moments away from signing a deal to start a chain of Cheeburger Cheeburger restaurants in his native Texas when he decided he could do better on his own. So he returned to Richmond and started work on his new concept, BurgerWorks, which just opened in Short Pump.