Upon moving to ATL, I was excited to try food places in my neighborhood (secretly a foodie) - and while driving around, checking things out - I ran into YEAH Burger. The long was extremely long but I decided to wait anyway, because why would they have such a long line if they weren't awesome, right? I ordered the YEAH burger as the cashier told me it was a classic! IT WAS FREAKING AMAZING. Everything was so fresh and hot. They def put time and effort into making these burgers and move at a fairly fast pace. I would reccomend to any and all burger lovers in the world!
Posted: 3/27/2018 • Link to this review
If your looking for organic food on the go this is a great place to eat. Great location in town. Burger, fries, hotdog and salads good to eat if you want to eat healthy but still enjoy fast food
Posted: 11/29/2016 • Link to this review
The good: People who work there are friendly & I didn't have to go far from my house to get there. The lame: price vs. what came to the table. We were there on a slow Sunday afternoon, but the food that got to our table was still cold. The flavors of everything were underwhelming. The onion rings were undercooked and more like lumps of cold grease with onions tangled up in them. We ordered some drink that was supposed to be a float of something like that It was quite a joke. I will certainly NOT be going back. The restaurants have great curb appeal when you are driving by. That's what got us to go in there and try it out. I suppose if that works on everyone, they'll do O.K. because I cannot imagine a whole lot of return visitors
Posted: 4/04/2011 • Link to this review
Went to the new Virginia Highlands location. Not impressive. Bison burger arrived cold, the fifty/fifty of fries and onion rings, turned out to be 70/30 on the side of the fries. Onion rings were greasy and most of the coating had fallen off. Slaw was pretty good. I have lived in the highlands for 20 years now, and everyone was excited to have this place open up. Perhaps they need more time to get things going in the right direction, until then its a NO Burger and off to Flips !
Posted: 12/18/2010 • Link to this review
I went to Yeah! Burger the other day. The burger was a little too well done, but the fries were pretty good. All in all, I'd say Flip or Ormsby's in the same area create a better product for about the same or less money. Yeah! is way to expensive in my opinion for a counter style hamburger joint.
Posted: 10/04/2010 • Link to this review
Burgers must be the thing lately because burger joints are everywhere lately but this one is a step beyond. Great options, fresh taste and hip location. Try the wheat bun and pimento cheese...outstanding. My only knock would be 1 register and people in line with too many options to make a decision in a timely manner. I reccommend going on an off hour due to the long line, but definately worth the wait if you do have to.
Posted: 7/20/2010 • Link to this review