They are known for their burgers, and I really haven't had anything else there. Some say they are the best in Cincinnati. I think that may be a stretch, but when you wrap that burger in such a great little local spot, it is a wonderful thing that some may erroneously remember as tasting just a bit better than it actually did.
I was there last week with some friends for the umpteenth time. I ended up being way early, but amused myself with a couple of fine Great Lakes Ales on tap, and some good people watching.
All three of us ordered the Girth Burger, which is a traditional burger with a Kielbasa sausage on top. Glutenous, yes. It was good, but a little over the top, glutenous really. I prefer their standard burger. It was also a bit overdone. I requested it medium rare, but the waitress didn't seem to discriminate between the burgers on the table and they were all cooked about medium-well. Oh well, it was still pretty good. Fries were great too. Prices are reasonable, I think that Girth Burger (the most expensive burger on the menu) was about $9. I think the Great Lakes beers were $5 each (cheaper domestics available).
Overall, this place is truly a gem. The kind of place you can meet a friend for a beer and a burger any day of the week and end up staying for hours enjoying the beer, food, atmosphere and people. Parking can be a bit of a pain as it is so limited in Mount Lookout square, but you'll quickly find the hassle of parking a half mile away is well worth it. Enjoy, just don't let anyone know I told you about it.