Great, Over-priced Burgers and Fries... But I'll be Back.Met a colleague for a quick business lunch and this review will match in brevity. BRGR lasted longer than its main competitor, Blanc Burger, for gourmet and specialty burgers and now it cornered the market and can charge almost whatever it wants.I ordered the Fast Cow Burger ($11) that was an espresso-encrusted burger, with Wisconsin blue cheese, caramelized onions, bacon, arugula, and a rosemary aioli, served on a Wolferman's English muffin. I ordered it medium and, unfortunately, it came out well-done. Even though we went over the lunch rush, the place wasn't busy, so I'm not sure why they couldn't get it cooked right. However, the complex flavors from the ingredients overcame the doneness of the burger and it was delicious. My three pieces of advice are to 1) cook the burgers on higher heat, so they sear better on the outside and they stay pink in the middle for those who want it medium, 2) add more of the espresso rub so that flavor comes out more, and 3) get a larger English muffin (great idea to use it for a burger, by the way). I also ordered a side of truffle fries ($3.50) and they were great--crispy and a good helping of Parmesean cheese sprinkled on top. The sides are a la cart and you can choose from: regular, truffle or sweet potato fries; regular or truffle tater tots; onion rings; brussel sprouts, coleslaw, charro beans, elotes, or mac and cheese--all varying in price.Overall, it was a good experience with great-tasting burgers. You get what you pay for and they deliver unique entrées.