Legendary South Sac burger shack featuring burgers as big as your head and tons of crazy stuff on the walls..
The decorating scheme of this homely and homey burger pit is "turn-of-the-century garage." Frying pans and fishing trophies bear down from the ceiling, and gag signs about roadkill greet you from all directions. The Squeeze Inn is cramped, slightly dilapidated and hard to spot from the street, but that hasn't stopped it from acquiring a crowd of curmudgeonly regulars. The guff from the cooks and serving staff, meanwhile, comes in all forms of old-school sassy.
It's not just the retro charm that keeps regulars coming back--the Squeezeburgers are bigger than your fist and must weigh at least a pound, while the fries come in enormous, greasy-yet-crisp mounds. The steak sandwich looks suspiciously burger-like, but with grilled onions, handfuls of cheese and juicy beef patties, who can complain?
A spot of greatness on Fruitridge. Take a great burger with melted, crispy cheese and great fries or the steak taco's with great fries, its all about the attitude that puts the Squeeze over the top. Ruth ran the sweat shop for years and seemed to know everyone by name, moved away and another young couple took over but the dedication is the same. Quantity, quallity and honest hard work to provide great service is simply admirable. My hats off to the Squeeze Inn, you deserve it the reconition and hopfully the profits!
No Your Average Burger. You will never have a cheeseburger like the one you get from the Squeeze Inn. It's huge and the cheese is a plentiful. Service is great and burgers are fantastic. It's a rare, hole in the wall place that is a must try for anyone who enjoys a good burger. Everything is made to order, right in front of you. They also have tacos, sandwiches and even a veggie burger. My favorite is a cheese burger with grilled onions and mushrooms.
If you're out and about,
and in that mood
then squeeze in, pig out,
and savor the food.
Best Burger! Period.. I'm a huge fan of the good burger, from the In-n-outs of the fast food realms to the greasy spoons, and this burger is down and out THE BEST BURGER i've ever eaten. The fries are great too. For added variety (for those that cant live on burgers alone) have the chicken tacos, or the chili (and ask for the he-man). My biggest regret moving away from Sacramento, is that i dont have the Squeeze Inn avail whenever i want. sigh. Say hi to ruth for me.
Burger by Artist. The Squeeze burger is the best burger that I have ever tasted in the whole world. No exaggeration. Try the chili and fries too.
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