Baby Bull has 3 interior rooms, one with the order counter and a large outdoor patio. Once you order, you get a number to place on your table till they bring your food out. They are open Wed to Mon and have very friendly people working there along with really quick, cooked-to-order food. Baby Bull opened as a result of the success of Bull and Beggar’s burger. Management wanted a place to satisfy the burger’s followers on a regular basis. Baby Bull is a fast food option to get that particular sandwich. They serve all the sandwiches “all or nothing” so you get their condiments on the sandwich or on the side. There is no customization, except the doneness amount. They also have shakes and other well-regarded sandwiches but we were there for the burger. Sides are extra and we chose French fries but they do offer options of pork rinds or hushpuppies. However, the guy at the counter said their fries continue to be voted best in town, and I can see why. An excellent spot if you want quick tasty food.
The burger comes as a double patty with American cheese, bread and butter pickles, Duke’s mayonnaise, and caramelized onions. Trust me, you don’t need to change it. They cook it medium rare (or well done) and it’s drippy good. The bun was soft and interestingly left uncut on one side. This helped hold in the ingredients a little. The slightly sweet bread and butter pickles were an interesting twist. The burger came nicely seasoned and was delicious. French fries come with a garlic aioli sauce that is really good. However, the fries were so nice, crispy, and perfectly salted that I hated to dip them in anything. I got a cup of ketchup for my usual dipping ritual but found I liked them the way they came out.