Grill 'Em All is the brick and mortar culmination of the former food truck that won season 1 of The Great Food Truck Race on the Food Network in 2010. Having a stationary location means that they now have 17 burgers, 5 fries and several beers on tap and in cans as a regular part of their menu.
Here's a picture of their Molly Hatchet which is only available Mondays.
(Seared fennel sausage gravy, bacon and a maple drizzle)
They utilize a lot of ingredients that you'd expect but they also feature burgers that feature waffle buns, cranberry gastrique, cream cheese, champagne hollandaise and duck con fit. Click on a link to their menu and four and a half star Yelp reviews for more details.
From Grub Street LA:
Bäco Mercat might have the umlaut and Wolvesmouth may have the savage name. Picca has the decibels and Voltaggio all the tats (plus his own front-man with the last name "Dickinson"). Still, no restaurant comes close to being as metal as Grill 'Em All, the brick-and-mortar riff on the Great Food Truck Race-winning mobile restaurant now open and terrorizing Alhambra's Main Street. The snug SGV diner shrieks with character. On one side, a cartoon mural depicts a wizard cavorting with medieval burger trolls, while Rob Halford sautes you from the wall, Lemmy grimaces at your table, and Ronnie James Dio is commemorated in all his concentrated glory.
Sort of like a burger-flipping version of Danzig, tongue is still stuck in cheek, but this is a restaurant you'd probably think twice about fucking with. There's even a burger with grilled cheese sandwiches for buns, for Satan's sake! Committed co-owner Ryan Harkins also ventured to Hell and back just to find the same French fry bag as the one used at Hot Doug's in Chicago.
On the menu, there are sixteen sandwiches, including half-pound burgers with Wheatland Baking buns like the "Napalm Death," a pastrami-laden "Paul Baloff," and a "Jump in the Fryer" with cripsy chicken, along with a chili-topped frankfurter called "Now I Wanna Be Your Dog" and five styles of animal fries.
There's draft beer, marking the perfect home for a Stone IPA and a can of Dale's, and of course, and even some light salads, one of which is fittingly named for the ultra-lite Winger. For dessert, ice cream sandwiches from Coolhaus are on offer, and like any good hard-rock outfit, there's a case for t-shirts and merch. Basically, metal hasn't tasted this good since Ozzy sunk his teeth into one of our fine-feathered friends.
This is NOT a family style event. If you would like to try more than one variety of burger, I would recommend reaching a sharing agreement with a fellow foodie. If the group agrees, we may be able to order a couple of different types of fries.
Expect to spend $15 to $25 on food. Free parking is available behind the movie theatre.
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