In contrast to its name,DirtyBurger has a bright, contemporary look, punctuated with a pop of graffiti art. Servers are energetic and eager to offer advice on food, beer, and wine selections, and the food itself is a genuine treat, mixing spicy heat with a bit of honey with every dish. Though almost everything is made "dirty", everything on the menu is available "clean."

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