Squeeze Inn

by Daniel on February 20th, 2011

Go ahead, look under the skirt.

HELLOOOOO Loyal Readers! It’s been a while and for that I apologize. I’ve been neglecting MTFB; Janet is seriously the busiest person I know and I’ve dropped the ball on filling in for her… even though I am probably less than half as busy. Oops. Onward!

So, what do we have here?! That gorgeous, tantalizing THING pictured front and center is none other than the Squeeze Burger with Cheese from Squeeze Inn in Roseville, California. On the menu, the burger basically reads like your standard burger: “Our famous 1/3 lb. 100% Beef Burger with all the fixins. Mayo, Mustard, Tomato, Lettuce, Pickles, Onions on a Sesame Seed Bun.” You might be thinking, “MEH! The cheese costs EXTRA! Why would I waste my time on this??” Well, if you could get a taste of heaven just by handing over an extra buck and change, would you do it? Because THAT is exactly what this is my friends. Heaven.

I’ll take just a moment to mention that the beef patty, bun, and “all the fixins” are delicious and the burger is big and juicy, but the cheese is what launches it into the stratosphere. Here’s how they describe what they do: “Our famous squeeze with cheese is made in a unique way. After cooking the patty on a flat top grill we cover it with a handful of cheese and the top of the bun before throwing a handful of ice chips on the grill and covering the whole thing is a hood. The skirt comes out perfectly.”

Close your eyes and imagine! Your patty is just about cooked to perfection, and at just the right moment, a mountain of cheese is dumped on your burger and topped with your bun. Immediately after, they toss some ice in and cover it, creating this bizarre atmosphere where your cheese melts and forms a puddle/skirt around your burger, helped along by the steam while at the same time not quite burning it. NOM! I am salivating just thinking back to it. The cheese comes out sorta crispy, sorta burninated, and all kinds of delicious. This is no mini skirt either. It extends a good inch and a half past the edge of your bun.

Just look at it! The hard part is deciding how to eat it… does one tear off the skirt and eat it separately, like oh-so-delicate cheese chips? Or does one politely fold the skirt under the bun so that it can all be eaten at once? The choice is yours, but I guarantee that either way will open your eyes to a new way of burger consumption. The instant the cheese skirt touches your tongue, your taste buds will thank you and sing your praises as the BEST. WING(WO)MAN. EVAR. If you’re ever in the Roseville area (or near the Sacramento or Galt locations) feel free to do some skirt chasing, it’s a sure thing.

Squeeze Inn
106 N. Sunrise Ave.
Roseville, CA
(and 2 other locations)

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One Response to “Squeeze Inn”

  1. illmatic says:

    WENT TO THE SQUEEZE INN WEST SAC…THEY JUST OPENED A WEEK AGO, THE HYPE DID NOT MATCH THE PRODUCT. THE FOOD WAS BLAND, NO FLAVOR, THE CHEESE SKIRT WAS A HUGE PEICE OF BURNT CHEAP FAKE PROCESSED HARD DISK. TASTED BURNT. THE MEAT DIDN’T FIT THE BUN SLOPPILY PUT TOGETHER AND IT WAS A HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT. FOR WHAT I PAID FOR THIS HORRIBLE FOOD $12.86 (BURGER SMALL FRIE SMALL DRINK)I COULD’VE WENT TO A REAL RESTURANT AND HAD A DECENT MEAL. IF YOU READ THIS DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME SITTING AROUND FOR 40 MINS TO GET THE BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENT IN LIFE. I EVEN ORDERED MINE A SPECIFIC WAY, OF COURSE THEY GAVE ME WHAT THEY WANTED TO…NO WORRIES, THIS $13.00 LESSON WILL NOT BE FORGOTTON! SQUEEZE INN WEST SAC SUCKS!!!

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