Before anything goes on the burger, it’s seasoned to perfection. Biting into the savory patty conjures the flavor of a steak off the grill.
There were several burgers to choose from: the patty melt, a bleu cheese burger, a cheddar mushroom Swiss burger, as well as MJ’s take on Springfield’s famed horseshoe with a burger open face on Texas toast, piled crinkle cut fries and cheddar cheese sauce and bacon topping ($10.95).
MJ’s also serves fried chicken and fried cod and walleye. Among the sandwiches are such dishes as a breaded pork tenderloin, Philly steak, Italian beef and breaded/grilled chicken. Wraps are available too.
I ordered a cheeseburger ($9.95) with pepper jack cheese and bacon.