Weeks ago, I wrote about Poutine and how much I loved it. It was a simple, yet glorious post and it called out one of the most delicious piles of slop I have ever eaten in my entire life. Recently, I was catching up on my reading over at my other home on the web, AnnArbor.com, and I came across Jessica Webster’s article on the best burgers in Ann Arbor.
What I saw almost made me shoot projectile tears at the monitor. That almost sounds like some sort of EMO kid thing. I feel a little weird now.
A time ago, Grange Kitchen & Bar decided they would begin serving a Poutine Burger.
Yes, a Poutine Burger. A Burger topped with Poutine. Poutine resting on a burger patty. Poutine. Burger. Just for the record that’s a grilled grass-fed burger, aged cheddar, French Fries and creamy cheese curds in a duck confit gravy.
Feast your eyes on this beauty:
Apparently they’re not currently serving this beautiful creation, which brought the projectile tears back out but for a whole new emotion, so I will not be able to try it anytime soon. Please, Grange Kitchen & Bar. Bring it back.
Grange left me a comment informing me that as long as Poutine is on the menu, this burger is available. Time to wipe off my computer screen.
Check out their website. Really interesting concept and menu. I’ll be visiting this place very soon.
Grange Kitchen & Bar
118 W. Liberty
Ann Arbor, MI 48104