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Stanton’s City Bites – Old Menu
April 19th, 2009 by Joemoney

Stanton's City Bites

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Stanton's City Bites

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Stanton’s City Bites
1420 Edwards Street
Houston, TX 77007 (map)

Where in the World is Stanton’s City Bites -

Stanton's Ordering Counter

Stanton’s City Bites came upon a few recommendations. One of my co-workers interned with the owner’s daughter. I tried to gather the usual group from work to join in on this Burger Tyme. Unfortunately only two could come. When I google mapped the location the street view only showed a house with a sign saying Stanton’s. It didn’t quite make sense but I figured google can’t be wrong… right? So anyway, the three of us drove down Washington Ave, out of downtown to Houston St. Sure enough, the house from google street view came into sight. I parked right in front and we made our way in. It was surely a sight to behold. This hearkened to an era past where corner groceries were more common than the nearby Target. They had just about every beverage you could imagine and more snackfood than an eight year old could hope to eat. To the right of the entrance was what appeared to be the deli. We were greeted by a nice guy named Kyle who helped us put in our order. Stanton’s menu is rather impressive. They had a wide variety of sandwiches, burgers, and daily specials from which to choose. I also noticed that they had the distinguished honor of being voted the best burger in Houston for 2005 and 2006. This looked more and more promising. While we mulled over the choices to be made, there was a constant stream of people picking up phoned in orders. There were signs all around stating that the burger was “worth the wait”. Another thing that became apparent was the lack of seating. We inquired if there was anywhere to sit and eat. We were politely told “Not currently”. Maybe they have plans to add a table or two.

Take a bite out of being hungry -

Stanton's City Bites

Stanton's Burger

So I placed my order for a cheeseburger with everything on it and tots. Now, I was informed that all burgers come with bacon. I asked for them to hold the bacon because I generally don’t care for bacon on my cheeseburgers. I then began the wait. After about twenty minutes our order was ready and we selected our drinks, paid, and made our way to find somewhere to eat our Stanton’s burgers. After a short drive back to downtown, we found some seating at Jones Plaza and delved in. My anticipation level for this burger was pretty high. It looked good, it smelled good, and after my first bite, it tasted good too. The patty was nice an thick, 1/2 lb. It was very juicy, but not messy. The veggies were exceptionally good. The lettuce was not your run of the mill iceberg but a nice dark green lettuce that was fresh. The tomatoes and onions were also nice and fresh. The bread could have been better. It wasn’t that the bun wasn’t fresh but it was the buns were toasted in a toaster as opposed to toasted on the griddle. This gave the bun a slightly crunchy and dry texture. The tots were good. I tend to choose tots over fries when given an option.

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Stanton's City Bites

Stanton’s City Bites was an interesting Burger Tyme. It had a few unexpected surprises. The lack of seating gave us the option to make our dining experience as nice as we were willing to drive to. The wait gave me plenty of time to browse the many drink options they had. To my surprise they had something I had never seen before. “Tall Boy” versions of popular soft drinks. The price was not bad. Total for burger, fries, and a tall boy was about $7. I enjoyed bringing a few people there but was glad we did not have our usual larger group as we would have had trouble finding somewhere for all of us to eat. With a little planning, Stanton’s can be a great alternative to typical burger outings.

Hint- If you like soft drinks and you like brown paper bags, Stanton’s has you covered with their large selection of sof t drinks. As a bonus, all drinks are packed in a brown paper bag.

 


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  • Any Tymer writes:
    April 20th, 200911:16 amat

    This was a very interesting experience…I am not sure what went into the planning for this establishment but I am fairly confident that all those plans have gone out the window. I don’t know if it was the second-hand (probably third or fourth) TVs and refrigerator, barricade of boxes in the back, copy machine totally covered with paper, odd inventory and arrangement of goods, or the front door that nearly falls off when opened but this had to be the most unorganized place I have ever seen. My burger was good but lost value every minute we had to drive to find a place to eat (I like my burger hot and right off the grill). I would not recommend the chili cheese fries b/c they will be soggy by the time you eat them…Cajun fries are the way to go. Overall, it was good but I have had better.

  • burgerbaron writes:
    April 21st, 20098:22 amat

    The bacon cheeseburger burger was good, the cajun fries were better, and the tall boy soft drink was a first for me. The establishment was a sight to behold, but overall the food was good.

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    December 6th, 201312:32 pmat

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