Burton's Grill is a made from scratch kitchen focused on "delighting every guest." Customizable and dietary restriction focused options along with innovative chef creations are the focal points of the Burton's Grill menu. The decor is modern to include painted tile and brick, leather backed chairs and booths along with a stainless steel dominant open air kitchen. Behind the bar features fresh squeezed juice and homemade chips made daily. I sat at the bar for a quick bite to eat and really enjoyed my dining experience. Everything was clean and the bartender was very attentive and friendly. He gave me the run down on the Burton's Grill background and what they focus on. This is a great place is you have dietary restrictions such as Gluten allergy, Dairy/Soy Free (you mom's out there), Paleo, etc... Fortunately I do not have any restrictions at the moment, however I can see where having options when you go out to eat, that actually taste good is crucial for those of you who still want to go out to eat, but have certain diet restrictions.
I'm not a Paleo expert, nor a caveman, but decided on the Paleo Burger with Brussels sprouts. The burger featured a lettuce bun along with a slice of tomato and bacon. Once made into a burger wrap type sandwich I took a big bite. Juice running down both hands, I am satisfied. Crunchy bacon, but not overcooked compliments the medium-well meat (per my request) that is not over seasoned nor falling apart. A tad fatty; probably 80/20 if I had to take a guess. Brussels sprouts are just the right crispy/soft ratio I hoped for topped with bacon. The sprouts are more than likely fried then roasted, which I didn't realize cavemen had fryers back in the day, but that's beside the point; they are great. I am not eating the burger to pretend to be a paleo aficionado; I just wanted a different spin on a burger today. Impressed and satisfied by my food and overall dining experience I look forward to coming back here in the near future.