Restaurant Review: Mighty Fine Burgers, Fries, and Shakes


by Valerie Garner, Editor-in-chief

Mighty Fine Burgers, Fries, and Shakes is known for their classic Texas burgers along with their fries and shakes. Their menu is small, but incredible. On the menu, “red, white, and yellow” means ketchup, mayo, and mustard. When an employee is asked how they are doing, they usually reply, “mighty fine.” The atmosphere at Mighty Fine is old-fashioned and welcoming.  They accept cash and credit cards. They have long picnic tables set up inside. It’s both family and casual date-friendly. Inside, there is a TV set up for their customers’ entertainment. Mighty Fine is a good place for lunch. The prices were very reasonable for the quality of food. The cheapest burger on the menu is $3.74, plus $0.50 for cheese. The most expensive burger is $5.24, plus $1.00 for cheese.

The Mighty Fine staff believes that quality is everything. They cook their burgers with all natural meat. They cook their fries in peanut oil because it is the “purest and best tasting oil.” I must agree with them because their fries were so good that they are now my favorite. Their shakes are hand-dipped and amazing. The quality of the service was top-notch. They delivered my food about ten minutes after I ordered it and they were always making sure that I was having the best experience possible. My burger was exactly how I wanted it. The fries, once again, were phenomenal, and my strawberry shake was great. The restaurant is also mighty clean. 

After I finished my meal, I used their state-of-the-art Hand Jacuzzi.  Not only does it wash hands, but it massages them at the same time. I was incredibly fascinated with this “handy” invention. Their bathrooms are clean and classy. They went as far as putting a chandelier in the ladies room.

They are located at 1335 E Whitestone Blvd Cedar Park, TX in 1890 Ranch. Their open hours are 11am to 9pm on Monday-Thursday and Sunday, and 11am to 9:30pm Friday-Saturday.