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Life Is Simple At Phil’s Sliders

Updated: Aug 06, 2011 15:52
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Phil’s serves sliders.  Little burger, little prices.  They look small at first glance, but these little things are so effing tasty!  At two bucks each, even a broke-ass can double up.  Phil keeps his slider simple:  one hefty grass-fed, beef medallion, fire-grilled to medium-rare perfection, a fresh piece of iceberg lettuce, cheddar cheese, a bun, and a zesty house sauce.  Yes, you heard right — cheese comes on this burger at no extra charge!

Phil’s sliders are accompanied on this menu by an array of homemade treats, including milkshakes, cookies, and pies.  But Phil’s sliders should be accompanied on your plate by his famous tater tots.  A crispy cover gives way to the butteriest potato interior you’ll ever find on a tot.  Delicious!  Now wash it down with Phil’s handmade root beer.

But don’t drive.  Parking sucks and your exhaust is killing the trees.  BART is two blocks away and Berkeley is filled with designated bicycle boulevards.

(Thanks to E, C & T for taking a bat break to bring us this tip!)

Phil’s Sliders 2024 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley [Downtown] a

Photo courtesy of Yelper Mic D.

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