Think if you ‘ve had one hamburger you ‘ve had them all ? Take a look at at these and up your burger eating game. ( Video by Tabatha Wharton ) credit : DaytonDailyNews >>MORE: 3 seasonal food stands near Dayton you HAVE to try One Dayton spot that was grilling up smash burgers way before Smashburger always came onto the scene is Benjamin ’ s the Burger Master on North Main Street. Its signal bills itself as “ a family restaurant ” selling rib, chicken and burgers. >>RELATED: Voltzy’s has a ‘Trump Burger’ — and here’s what’s on it subtitle The seating area at Benjamin ‘s the Burger Master. credit : photograph by Sheri Sine credit : photograph by Sheri Sine caption The seating area at Benjamin ‘s the Burger Master. credit : photograph by Sheri Sine credit : photograph by Sheri Sine A travel to to this nostalgic atavism will transport you back to the early 1980s, when owner John Riley opened it. It ’ s like a museum of what flying casual food used to be back in the day — absolutely preserved with interior decoration that is a fine, bathetic compliment to the homemade dishes being served up. >>Bucket List: Stop at Benjamin’s, have a burger THE FAMOUS BURGERS caption The Mushroom and swiss Burger at Benjamin ‘s The Burger Master is $ 3.99. ( Staff photograph by Amelia Robinson ) credit rating : handout accredit : handout caption The Mushroom and swiss Burger at Benjamin ‘s The Burger Master is $ 3.99. ( Staff photograph by Amelia Robinson ) credit : handout citation : handout Benjamin ’ s tasty burgers are hand-pattied and served made to order. Full-size, bespoke burgers range from the $ 2.99 ground beef ( $ 4.19 double ) to the $ 3.99 bacon cheddar burger to the $ 3.99 mushroom swiss hamburger. Burgers come with lettuce, tomato and onion and the needed catsup and mustard. >>DAYTON CLASSIC: 4 reasons to visit the last lunch counter in Dayton ON THE SIDE There are batch of sides to go with your burger of choice — French fries, onion chips, corn, coleslaw, mashed potatoes and green beans are all options. Fried okra is an interesting option you don ’ thyroxine much see and hints at the soul food infused into spots on the fairly straightforward menu.
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>>Can you eat your way through Dayton’s ‘Burger Bermuda Triangle’? BURGER ALTERNATIVES caption Benjamin s The Burger Master randomness Burger Platter shown in an order that added a piece of frying pan cornbread. CONTRIBUTED credit : handout credit : handout subtitle Benjamin s The Burger Master mho Burger Platter shown in an orderliness that added a patch of frying pan cornbread. CONTRIBUTED credit : handout credit : handout other sandwich options include a jumbo tenderloin or a chicken or fish filet. For larger portions, dinners are the way to go. BBQ ribs with two sides and a dinner bankroll, a bikini BBQ chicken dinner and a three-piece crisp fried chicken dinner are all indicative of the low-cost prices of the meals being served. food can be purchased in larger quantities as well if you are getting carry-out or are with a larger party. daily lunch specials are featured throughout the week and have comfort-food options like chopped steak with mushroom boom, lasagna, meat loaf and pork barrel combat zone and stuff. respective cakes and pies are available for purchase if you are feeling like a sugar fixate after you eat. none of this food is life-changing, but when you feel like a fast food hamburger that ’ randomness well worthy of a cult following, Benjamin ’ sulfur has you covered . caption tender, crisp wings from Benjamin ‘s the Burger Master. credit : photograph by Sheri Sine citation : photograph by Sheri Sine subtitle affectionate, crisp wings from Benjamin ‘s the Burger Master. credit : photograph by Sheri Sine credit : photograph by Sheri Sine >>RELATED: Classic Dayton restaurants you have to try and love WANT TO GO? What: Benjamin ‘s The Burger Master Where: 100 N. Main St., Dayton
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Hours: 10 a.m.-7 post meridiem Monday-Saturday ; 11 a.m.-4 post meridiem Sunday More info: 937-223-8702 Don’t forget: Bring cash — the 60-seat restaurant entirely takes cash, no cards