B Spot Burgers - Rochester, MI
B Spot Burger I don't know why you are getting such mixed reviews on Yelp. I'm not sure what the other Yelpers are looking for, but I was just looking for a better than average burger - and that's what I got. I'm already a fan of Michael Symon and his Roast burger so I figured... these have gotta be good.
The Meeting Place is a place that you go for happy hour. I feel like their actual entrees would be better than their happy hour bites. I would normally go to Kabin Krusers, but I wanted to try some place new and I've seen the photos online and they look delicious. Even the pictures above look delicious! Pictured above is a cheeseburger and fries, fish and chips, and the chicken wings. The fish was good, but it's kind of hard to mess up fish and chips. The cheeseburger was good, but I'd pass on the chicken wings. They just weren't my style. Too salty and overly seasoned. I think that was on purpose.
I would try a pizza, but they don't have gluten-free options. They look good online... The next time I come back to Rochester I'll be going to Kabin Krusers for their happy hour, which is excellete! :)
The Meeting House's Website
My first trip to Kabin Kruesers felt a little bit like the heavens had opened… there are so few fantastic, fresh seafood restaurants around here and I’ve felt the lack for a long time. In my few visits, I learned a couple things that can make this a perfect choice for anyone who wants to be truly, soul-deep satisfied with a seafood meal.
First: Order anything with crab topping. The first time I went, I had a spicy New Orlean’s style salmon with Maryland crab topping. Between this and the herb butter on fresh, steaming salted bread, Utopia had arrived. They also have a crab and shrimp lemon sauce that you can top any fish with. Also a win for everyone.
Second: Happy hour is great! I enjoyed the fish tacos and stuffed mushrooms immensely. At this great value, sharing a full price entrée with a friend and cheaper drinks makes this place affordable as well as divine.
Third: DO go to happy hour after a wonderful, sunny bike ride on a perfect day with someone you love… this happened to be my dad, and this meal was the best end to a great day.
Last: (important!): Don’t go during prime time on a Saturday night. Our 45 minute wait turned into 1 ½ hours, and worst of all, the privileged clientele made this wait less than enjoyable as two people directly cut in front of me when I tried to wait for a bar spot instead (first come, first serve). The meal was good, but it was “Saturday night” expensive… and after the wait and irritating experience, I left pretty unhappy despite the good food.
Kabin Kruser's Website
Giving you a taste of what I taste. From gourmet to everyday. No pretentious bull - just good food.