But when the old episode featuring the big black-and-orange steak burger joint made its way onto my screen over the summer, it made me want to reconsider my original stance. I decided to take coworker Lindsay Moore along for dinner, still working to acclimate the Indiana University graduate to the area. We pulled up to find the restaurant busy, but not packed, which was perfect. I settled for a simple mug of root beer, and, of course, I was not disappointed. Lindsay was taken aback by the bitterness of the root beer, having been accustomed to typical mass produced root beer, but she said the flavor was one that she admired, especially paired with the hand-scooped vanilla ice cream. When it came time to order, I decided on grabbing a burger off the prime cuts list.
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Purdue's Duane Purvis was a star on the football field. But he's best remembered in West Lafayette, Ind. Yep, the Duane Purvis All-American cheeseburger isn't just any old cheeseburger. It's a quarter-pound mountain of ground sirloin served at the Triple XXX Family Restaurant just off the Purdue campus that comes with a very special ingredient -- a generous helping of peanut butter slathered on the bottom bun. Hold on a sec. Peanut butter?
It has a diverse menu with many of the meals named after famous athletes at Purdue. It's a diner that specializes in awesome burgers! He loved it!