Love the restaurant, love the burgers, love the music, love the team. Our French friends and families have to stop by when they visit us!
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I find the food pretty good. The burgers are huge. Skip the bun- it falls apart anyway. The fries are huge steak fries- I wasn't impressed. Their milk shakes are fabulous.
I'm always searching for a good burger place not too far from home, and unfortunately Retro Burger isn't it, though many people swear by it. I just don't like the spice they put on the burgers - all their burgers seem to be cooked with...More
If burgers are a restaurant's main focus, they should be really good burgers! Ours were very disappointing. Meat lacked flavor, buns frigid cheese cold. Side order of fries not particularly crisp. The 1950's ambience is cute--vinyl chairs, formica-topped tables, large juke box. But next time...More
This is a nice little place decked out in retro decor. Some of the posters are pretty cool. The menu is simply burgers and hot dogs, but they are done very well and there is a good variety of choices. When you are done, you...More
I want to like Retro Burger. I really do. It's a local burger place in Arlington. But the service is routinely inexplicably slow, and the burgers are just OK. The shakes, on the other hand, are quite good.
We stopped in with the kids for lunch. It definitely has the retro vibe with rock n roll posters, disco ball and a juke box. The hamburgers were made with fresh ground beef ( not frozen patties) and we served on fresh rolls. The turkey...More
Retro Burger does a terrific hamburger. It's old-school: a shapeless patty made of good ground beef on a bun. As classic as can be, but each part of the burger is delicious! The place is decked out like an old burger place, all chrome and...More
Eating here is all about the burgers. The malts were good too but the onion rings were overdone and not that tasty. Seating is retro 50-60's style with lots of posters on the walls.