CLARKSTON — If you’ve recently thought, “there aren’t enough places to get a hamburger around here,” Oh Gee arrived in Clarkston this fall to fill the need.
French fries here are some of the best around, hand-cut thick with the skins still on and fried golden and crispy. Oh Gee’s burgers are made with fresh ground beef from 4 Friendz Meat Market in Clarkston. The most talked about is the Oh Geebus burger, which has a grilled glazed doughnut for a bun encasing a beef patty, maple bacon, a fried egg and American cheese ($13). Other burger versions include the Swoinker, a bacon and cheddar-stuffed beef patty with garlic aioli ($13); the Blue Chorizo with creamy blue cheese and chorizo ($12); and the Spicy Onion, a beef patty layered with Panko onion rings and chipotle mayo ($11), which wasn’t really spicy.
Sandwiches range from your basic B.L.T. on Texas Toast ($8.50) to a meat-laden Italian with grilled pepperoni, salami, smoked ham, havarti cheese, garlic aioli, lettuce and tomato ($10.50).
Large salads are aimed at carnivore appetites. The Irish Salad comes with house-made shredded corned beef, rye croutons and Thousand Island dressing on a bed of mixed greens with red onion ($9.50). There’s also a beer-marinated and grilled Bite Size Steak Salad ($13).
Bite-size options fill out the entree list. Oh Gee serves Bite Size Steak ($14.50) along with Bite Size Pork and Maple Chicken ($10.50 each).
Oh Gee, 801 Elm St., Clarkston (509) 758-9394