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Issue Date: December 2011

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Jason Brill

Burgers 2 Beer // Attempting to capitalize on the food fad of the moment, Burgers 2 Beer in Highland Heights offers a list of brews that stretches from Miller Lite to Hoppus Maximus as well as inventive takes on burgers and sandwiches with cute and kitschy names. But we can be cute and kitschy, too. How's this one? You may need a bigger boat to wrangle the Deadliest Catch ($6.99), from the menu's Not Burgers section. The moist, flaky Corona-battered cod, served on a hoagie with roasted red pepper mayo, mixed greens and tomatoes, is a tasty update of the standard fish sandwich. But we wish the Not Your Average Reuben ($5.99) was more like your average Reuben. A creamy rye sauce dresses up B2B's version, but there's just too much of it, as well as an abundance of kraut, compared to the relatively small portion of corned beef. All of the restaurant's burgers and sandwiches are served alongside a pile of natural-tasting fries and a slightly sweet, not-too-creamy coleslaw. But don't overlook the Sloppy Tots ($5.99). The devilishly delicious concoction doesn't lose its crispness even though it's drowned in nacho cheese and sloppy joe sauce.

Burgers 2 Beer, 6323 Wilson Mills Road, Highland Heights, 440-446-1234,

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