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Grease Burger, Beer and Whiskey Bar




Name: Andy Winer

Occupation: Teacher

Lives In: West Palm Beach

Restaurant Pick: Grease Burger Bar

Reviewed: Grease Burger Bar

We could not get a seat inside due to the crowd gathered to watch football on one of the numerous TVs that line the walls around the bar. We sat outside on the walkway and started with a nice draft craft beer along with an order of bbq spiced potato chips and an order of the "famous" truffle parmesan fries. The chips were tasty along with a nice blue cheese dipping sauce. The fries were good but not great. I had the Sunday fun day burger which was a large 10-ounce burger topped off with caramelized onions. It was a great balance of sweet and cheesy that tasted as good on the last bite as it did on the first. Sometimes that is lost in a burger. One person in my dining party had the power salad that she raved about. It was very fresh, large, and she especially liked the butternut squash throughout. Ambience inside was very noisy (Sunday football crowd) but very pleasant where we sat on the storefront walkway. Prices of entrees are in the 10-$15 range and do not include sides which are available for around $4-5 each but are plenty big enough to share. The standout was the burger with a great selection of interesting beers.

Name: Corinne Smith

Occupation: Realtor

Lives In: Pompano Beach

Restaurant Pick: Ian’s Tropical Grill

Reviewed: Grease Burger Bar

It was a quiet evening so parking next door to Grease Burger Beer & Whiskey on Clematis was no problem. It cost $10 to park in the parking lot. I had called to make a reservation so our table was set up next to the front door. We were immediately attended to by our waiter who was very attentive throughout the evening. The waiter was unfamiliar with the wines but knowledgeable about the beers. The selection of “starters” was pretty sparse. We opted for the fish dip and the black and blue tater tots. They were good and took the edge off so we could enjoy our drinks and check out the menu. We were a bit surprised that the burgers and sandwiches didn’t come with sides. We placed our dinner order after a bit. It arrived in a timely manner. We tried fries, onion rings and sweet potato fries. I particularly enjoyed my Brother from Another Mother Burger. Gooey and tasty with a nice thick crisp bacon and great meatloaf burger. My husband had the Black and Blue burger, my sister-in-law a turkey sandwich and my brother the brats. They were all good but nothing special. I tried a whiskey and dessert with coffee. The selection of whiskeys was very interesting. Would be fun to go for a tasting some evening when the next day was free. S’more sundae and brownie sundae were both good but the coffee, not so much. It was very watery. All in all it was a pleasant place but not particularly special except for my burger which was yummy. Probably it would be much more fun on a busy night with entertainment.

Name: Alan Brush

Occupation: F & B Purchaser

Lives In: Delray Beach

Restaurant Pick: Leila Restaurant

Reviewed: Grease Burger Bar

Parking is easy. There are plenty of lots only a block or two off Clematis. Even at dinner, we don’t have trouble parking down there. Lunch was self-seating and it wasn’t crowded, so no problem there. Our waiter started strong. He was knowledgeable about the extensive beer list, but he went downhill pretty quickly after that. That wouldn’t stop us from going back. Food was very good, large portions for a fair price. I had the ”Burger From Hell” and Goat Cheese Salad for my wife. The burger was excellent! Fresh, juicy, and BIG, I had to use two napkins. Nice and spicy, but not so hot you couldn’t eat it. The salad, also fresh, had a nice combination of ingredients. Lunch wasn’t loud at all. A comfortable noise level; where you can talk to your partner. Once we straightened out our bill, there was no problem.

Restaurant Information

Location: 213 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL
Parking: parking garage, metered parking, valet
Phone: 561-651-1075
Restaurant Owners: Big Time Restaurant Group
Executive Chef: Jordan Stilley
Pastry Chef: N/A

Type of Cuisine: Burgers
Signature Dishes: The Grease Beast, A-List Burger, Burger from Hell
Vegetarian Options: Veggie Burger, Salads, Hummus
Alcohol Served: Full Bar
Corkage Fee: $15
Bottle Limit: no limit

Restaurant Hours:
Monday – 11:30 AM to 12 AM
Tuesday – 11:30 AM to 12 AM
Wednesday – 11:30 AM to 12 AM
Thursday – 11:30 AM to 2 AM
Friday –11:30 AM to 2 AM
Saturday – 11:30 AM to 2 AM
Sunday – 11:30 AM to 12 AM

Meals Served: Lunch and Dinner
Prix Fix Menu: no
Take-Out: yes
Delivery: no
Average Dinner Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 15% gratuity, w/o alcohol): $17.50
Average Lunch Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 15% gratuity, w/o alcohol): $14.50
Payment Options: do you accept credit cards and if so, which ones? All major
Accept Reservations: yes
Need Reservations: sometimes
How far in advance do you require reservations be made: 4 hours before

Accommodations for Children: yes
Dining Style: casual
Disabled Access: yes
Restaurant Size: 170 seats
Accommodate Groups: yes
Private Dining Room: no
Tables with Scenic Views: yes, Clematis St./can see the Intracoastal
Outdoor Dining: yes
Entertainment: Fridays and Saturdays from 10 PM to close (cover bands)