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The restaurant is tiny with only a few communal tables, but that doesn’t stop it from drawing a crowd. When I came for lunch at 11 am, I was one of two customers. By noon, the place was swamped, with people crowding the entrance and filling every seat at the wooden high-top tables. But if you don’t have time to dine in, there’s a take-out window where you can grab your burger and go. Even at lunchtime, the place had a cool, sleek atmosphere that made it feel like it would be the perfect late-night joint as well. And it very well can be, with extended hours ranging from midnight on Friday and Saturday and 10 pm the rest of the week. The owner even says if it turns out people want to come in later, they stay open later.

Photo by Alex Tom

The menu is similarly compact, but its options cover everything from the classic burger to the spicy Southwestern-style BBQ burger, and even healthier options like the veggie and turkey burgers. In terms of its Fish Bar influence, crab cake, cod fish and “Satchmo” sandwiches (shrimp and crawfish) round out the menu. And get this: they even have wings.

The menu, however, is not super cheap. Although I have no problem paying $10 for a great, high-quality burger, realistically most college kids may not be ready to fork over that much cash for it. Fortunately the portions are large enough that sharing is both possible and probably preferable, but either way DMK is definitely worth the monetary and caloric splurge.

Photo by Alex Tom

I had the #1, a burger with “aged cheddar, smoked bacon, charred balsamic red onions and Rufus Teague’s BBQ sauce,” as well as an order of their Parmesan fries with truffle cream. But out of all the many flavors, the crispy, salty bacon in the burger was the real star. And though DMK is all about the meat, they have a way with their potatoes too. I’ve been to the Chicago location twice, and have similarly felt those times that unlike most places, DMK’s fries can always keep up with the intense flavors of their burgers. They offer a variety of them in small and large sizes, perfect for sharing.

And for those who are concerned with what they’ll wash it all down with, a sign on their tables indicates that beer will be coming in the spring. Until then, it fits the bill for a great new place to gorge on a greasy, handcrafted burger after a late night of drinking or studying. Or, for me and a bunch of other hungry Evanston patrons, on a early Thursday afternoon.

Location: 815 Noyes St, Evanston IL 60201
Hours of Operation: Sun, Tues-Thurs: 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat: 11am-12am

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Tilapia Fish Burgers

Fish Burgers probably aren't what you think of immediately when it comes to a burger, but you will be shocked by how delicious these simple fish burgers can be. Flavored with ingredients you already have in your pantry, these simple burgers are full of flavor and seriously good.

Burgers are something I can almost always get everyone to agree on for dinner. Fish not so much. So a fish burger is a happy compromise that usually works for everyone. I decided to use tilapia for this burger since it's inexpensive and I don't feel like I am "wasting" it on a burger recipe.

However another sturdy white fish or salmon would work great as well depending on what you like best. Topped with some fresh avocado, tomatoes, and sprouts - it's a delicious, lighter burger you'll love.

Since tilapia can be on the bland side, it's important to add tons of flavor to your burgers. In this case, I used a combination of garlic, Dijon mustard, paprika, onion powder, basil, salt, and pepper to kick up the flavors. However, you could really spice them up any way you want. I have made blackened fish burgers with chili powder, cumin, paprika, and garlic powder and simple lemon pepper burgers with lemon zest, Parmesan, and tons of black pepper.

Think of tilapia like you would ground turkey or chicken - it's kind of a blank canvas you can spice up any way you like.

In terms of topping these burgers, normally I just go with something simple like some sliced avocado, fresh tomatoes, cucumber, and lettuce or sprouts. However, when I am feeling more ambitious, I will whip up a simple yogurt dressing or lightened up tartar sauce to dollop on top. For the yogurt dressing, I usually just add crushed garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, and fresh herbs to full fat yogurt. For a lightened up tartar sauce, mix equal parts yogurt, low fat mayonnaise, and relish.


Tilapia Fish Burgers

Fish Burgers probably aren't what you think of immediately when it comes to a burger, but you will be shocked by how delicious these simple fish burgers can be. Flavored with ingredients you already have in your pantry, these simple burgers are full of flavor and seriously good.

Burgers are something I can almost always get everyone to agree on for dinner. Fish not so much. So a fish burger is a happy compromise that usually works for everyone. I decided to use tilapia for this burger since it's inexpensive and I don't feel like I am "wasting" it on a burger recipe.

However another sturdy white fish or salmon would work great as well depending on what you like best. Topped with some fresh avocado, tomatoes, and sprouts - it's a delicious, lighter burger you'll love.

Since tilapia can be on the bland side, it's important to add tons of flavor to your burgers. In this case, I used a combination of garlic, Dijon mustard, paprika, onion powder, basil, salt, and pepper to kick up the flavors. However, you could really spice them up any way you want. I have made blackened fish burgers with chili powder, cumin, paprika, and garlic powder and simple lemon pepper burgers with lemon zest, Parmesan, and tons of black pepper.

Think of tilapia like you would ground turkey or chicken - it's kind of a blank canvas you can spice up any way you like.

In terms of topping these burgers, normally I just go with something simple like some sliced avocado, fresh tomatoes, cucumber, and lettuce or sprouts. However, when I am feeling more ambitious, I will whip up a simple yogurt dressing or lightened up tartar sauce to dollop on top. For the yogurt dressing, I usually just add crushed garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, and fresh herbs to full fat yogurt. For a lightened up tartar sauce, mix equal parts yogurt, low fat mayonnaise, and relish.


Tilapia Fish Burgers

Fish Burgers probably aren't what you think of immediately when it comes to a burger, but you will be shocked by how delicious these simple fish burgers can be. Flavored with ingredients you already have in your pantry, these simple burgers are full of flavor and seriously good.

Burgers are something I can almost always get everyone to agree on for dinner. Fish not so much. So a fish burger is a happy compromise that usually works for everyone. I decided to use tilapia for this burger since it's inexpensive and I don't feel like I am "wasting" it on a burger recipe.

However another sturdy white fish or salmon would work great as well depending on what you like best. Topped with some fresh avocado, tomatoes, and sprouts - it's a delicious, lighter burger you'll love.

Since tilapia can be on the bland side, it's important to add tons of flavor to your burgers. In this case, I used a combination of garlic, Dijon mustard, paprika, onion powder, basil, salt, and pepper to kick up the flavors. However, you could really spice them up any way you want. I have made blackened fish burgers with chili powder, cumin, paprika, and garlic powder and simple lemon pepper burgers with lemon zest, Parmesan, and tons of black pepper.

Think of tilapia like you would ground turkey or chicken - it's kind of a blank canvas you can spice up any way you like.

In terms of topping these burgers, normally I just go with something simple like some sliced avocado, fresh tomatoes, cucumber, and lettuce or sprouts. However, when I am feeling more ambitious, I will whip up a simple yogurt dressing or lightened up tartar sauce to dollop on top. For the yogurt dressing, I usually just add crushed garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, and fresh herbs to full fat yogurt. For a lightened up tartar sauce, mix equal parts yogurt, low fat mayonnaise, and relish.


Tilapia Fish Burgers

Fish Burgers probably aren't what you think of immediately when it comes to a burger, but you will be shocked by how delicious these simple fish burgers can be. Flavored with ingredients you already have in your pantry, these simple burgers are full of flavor and seriously good.

Burgers are something I can almost always get everyone to agree on for dinner. Fish not so much. So a fish burger is a happy compromise that usually works for everyone. I decided to use tilapia for this burger since it's inexpensive and I don't feel like I am "wasting" it on a burger recipe.

However another sturdy white fish or salmon would work great as well depending on what you like best. Topped with some fresh avocado, tomatoes, and sprouts - it's a delicious, lighter burger you'll love.

Since tilapia can be on the bland side, it's important to add tons of flavor to your burgers. In this case, I used a combination of garlic, Dijon mustard, paprika, onion powder, basil, salt, and pepper to kick up the flavors. However, you could really spice them up any way you want. I have made blackened fish burgers with chili powder, cumin, paprika, and garlic powder and simple lemon pepper burgers with lemon zest, Parmesan, and tons of black pepper.

Think of tilapia like you would ground turkey or chicken - it's kind of a blank canvas you can spice up any way you like.

In terms of topping these burgers, normally I just go with something simple like some sliced avocado, fresh tomatoes, cucumber, and lettuce or sprouts. However, when I am feeling more ambitious, I will whip up a simple yogurt dressing or lightened up tartar sauce to dollop on top. For the yogurt dressing, I usually just add crushed garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, and fresh herbs to full fat yogurt. For a lightened up tartar sauce, mix equal parts yogurt, low fat mayonnaise, and relish.


Tilapia Fish Burgers

Fish Burgers probably aren't what you think of immediately when it comes to a burger, but you will be shocked by how delicious these simple fish burgers can be. Flavored with ingredients you already have in your pantry, these simple burgers are full of flavor and seriously good.

Burgers are something I can almost always get everyone to agree on for dinner. Fish not so much. So a fish burger is a happy compromise that usually works for everyone. I decided to use tilapia for this burger since it's inexpensive and I don't feel like I am "wasting" it on a burger recipe.

However another sturdy white fish or salmon would work great as well depending on what you like best. Topped with some fresh avocado, tomatoes, and sprouts - it's a delicious, lighter burger you'll love.

Since tilapia can be on the bland side, it's important to add tons of flavor to your burgers. In this case, I used a combination of garlic, Dijon mustard, paprika, onion powder, basil, salt, and pepper to kick up the flavors. However, you could really spice them up any way you want. I have made blackened fish burgers with chili powder, cumin, paprika, and garlic powder and simple lemon pepper burgers with lemon zest, Parmesan, and tons of black pepper.

Think of tilapia like you would ground turkey or chicken - it's kind of a blank canvas you can spice up any way you like.

In terms of topping these burgers, normally I just go with something simple like some sliced avocado, fresh tomatoes, cucumber, and lettuce or sprouts. However, when I am feeling more ambitious, I will whip up a simple yogurt dressing or lightened up tartar sauce to dollop on top. For the yogurt dressing, I usually just add crushed garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, and fresh herbs to full fat yogurt. For a lightened up tartar sauce, mix equal parts yogurt, low fat mayonnaise, and relish.


Tilapia Fish Burgers

Fish Burgers probably aren't what you think of immediately when it comes to a burger, but you will be shocked by how delicious these simple fish burgers can be. Flavored with ingredients you already have in your pantry, these simple burgers are full of flavor and seriously good.

Burgers are something I can almost always get everyone to agree on for dinner. Fish not so much. So a fish burger is a happy compromise that usually works for everyone. I decided to use tilapia for this burger since it's inexpensive and I don't feel like I am "wasting" it on a burger recipe.

However another sturdy white fish or salmon would work great as well depending on what you like best. Topped with some fresh avocado, tomatoes, and sprouts - it's a delicious, lighter burger you'll love.

Since tilapia can be on the bland side, it's important to add tons of flavor to your burgers. In this case, I used a combination of garlic, Dijon mustard, paprika, onion powder, basil, salt, and pepper to kick up the flavors. However, you could really spice them up any way you want. I have made blackened fish burgers with chili powder, cumin, paprika, and garlic powder and simple lemon pepper burgers with lemon zest, Parmesan, and tons of black pepper.

Think of tilapia like you would ground turkey or chicken - it's kind of a blank canvas you can spice up any way you like.

In terms of topping these burgers, normally I just go with something simple like some sliced avocado, fresh tomatoes, cucumber, and lettuce or sprouts. However, when I am feeling more ambitious, I will whip up a simple yogurt dressing or lightened up tartar sauce to dollop on top. For the yogurt dressing, I usually just add crushed garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, and fresh herbs to full fat yogurt. For a lightened up tartar sauce, mix equal parts yogurt, low fat mayonnaise, and relish.


Tilapia Fish Burgers

Fish Burgers probably aren't what you think of immediately when it comes to a burger, but you will be shocked by how delicious these simple fish burgers can be. Flavored with ingredients you already have in your pantry, these simple burgers are full of flavor and seriously good.

Burgers are something I can almost always get everyone to agree on for dinner. Fish not so much. So a fish burger is a happy compromise that usually works for everyone. I decided to use tilapia for this burger since it's inexpensive and I don't feel like I am "wasting" it on a burger recipe.

However another sturdy white fish or salmon would work great as well depending on what you like best. Topped with some fresh avocado, tomatoes, and sprouts - it's a delicious, lighter burger you'll love.

Since tilapia can be on the bland side, it's important to add tons of flavor to your burgers. In this case, I used a combination of garlic, Dijon mustard, paprika, onion powder, basil, salt, and pepper to kick up the flavors. However, you could really spice them up any way you want. I have made blackened fish burgers with chili powder, cumin, paprika, and garlic powder and simple lemon pepper burgers with lemon zest, Parmesan, and tons of black pepper.

Think of tilapia like you would ground turkey or chicken - it's kind of a blank canvas you can spice up any way you like.

In terms of topping these burgers, normally I just go with something simple like some sliced avocado, fresh tomatoes, cucumber, and lettuce or sprouts. However, when I am feeling more ambitious, I will whip up a simple yogurt dressing or lightened up tartar sauce to dollop on top. For the yogurt dressing, I usually just add crushed garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, and fresh herbs to full fat yogurt. For a lightened up tartar sauce, mix equal parts yogurt, low fat mayonnaise, and relish.


Tilapia Fish Burgers

Fish Burgers probably aren't what you think of immediately when it comes to a burger, but you will be shocked by how delicious these simple fish burgers can be. Flavored with ingredients you already have in your pantry, these simple burgers are full of flavor and seriously good.

Burgers are something I can almost always get everyone to agree on for dinner. Fish not so much. So a fish burger is a happy compromise that usually works for everyone. I decided to use tilapia for this burger since it's inexpensive and I don't feel like I am "wasting" it on a burger recipe.

However another sturdy white fish or salmon would work great as well depending on what you like best. Topped with some fresh avocado, tomatoes, and sprouts - it's a delicious, lighter burger you'll love.

Since tilapia can be on the bland side, it's important to add tons of flavor to your burgers. In this case, I used a combination of garlic, Dijon mustard, paprika, onion powder, basil, salt, and pepper to kick up the flavors. However, you could really spice them up any way you want. I have made blackened fish burgers with chili powder, cumin, paprika, and garlic powder and simple lemon pepper burgers with lemon zest, Parmesan, and tons of black pepper.

Think of tilapia like you would ground turkey or chicken - it's kind of a blank canvas you can spice up any way you like.

In terms of topping these burgers, normally I just go with something simple like some sliced avocado, fresh tomatoes, cucumber, and lettuce or sprouts. However, when I am feeling more ambitious, I will whip up a simple yogurt dressing or lightened up tartar sauce to dollop on top. For the yogurt dressing, I usually just add crushed garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, and fresh herbs to full fat yogurt. For a lightened up tartar sauce, mix equal parts yogurt, low fat mayonnaise, and relish.


Tilapia Fish Burgers

Fish Burgers probably aren't what you think of immediately when it comes to a burger, but you will be shocked by how delicious these simple fish burgers can be. Flavored with ingredients you already have in your pantry, these simple burgers are full of flavor and seriously good.

Burgers are something I can almost always get everyone to agree on for dinner. Fish not so much. So a fish burger is a happy compromise that usually works for everyone. I decided to use tilapia for this burger since it's inexpensive and I don't feel like I am "wasting" it on a burger recipe.

However another sturdy white fish or salmon would work great as well depending on what you like best. Topped with some fresh avocado, tomatoes, and sprouts - it's a delicious, lighter burger you'll love.

Since tilapia can be on the bland side, it's important to add tons of flavor to your burgers. In this case, I used a combination of garlic, Dijon mustard, paprika, onion powder, basil, salt, and pepper to kick up the flavors. However, you could really spice them up any way you want. I have made blackened fish burgers with chili powder, cumin, paprika, and garlic powder and simple lemon pepper burgers with lemon zest, Parmesan, and tons of black pepper.

Think of tilapia like you would ground turkey or chicken - it's kind of a blank canvas you can spice up any way you like.

In terms of topping these burgers, normally I just go with something simple like some sliced avocado, fresh tomatoes, cucumber, and lettuce or sprouts. However, when I am feeling more ambitious, I will whip up a simple yogurt dressing or lightened up tartar sauce to dollop on top. For the yogurt dressing, I usually just add crushed garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, and fresh herbs to full fat yogurt. For a lightened up tartar sauce, mix equal parts yogurt, low fat mayonnaise, and relish.


Tilapia Fish Burgers

Fish Burgers probably aren't what you think of immediately when it comes to a burger, but you will be shocked by how delicious these simple fish burgers can be. Flavored with ingredients you already have in your pantry, these simple burgers are full of flavor and seriously good.

Burgers are something I can almost always get everyone to agree on for dinner. Fish not so much. So a fish burger is a happy compromise that usually works for everyone. I decided to use tilapia for this burger since it's inexpensive and I don't feel like I am "wasting" it on a burger recipe.

However another sturdy white fish or salmon would work great as well depending on what you like best. Topped with some fresh avocado, tomatoes, and sprouts - it's a delicious, lighter burger you'll love.

Since tilapia can be on the bland side, it's important to add tons of flavor to your burgers. In this case, I used a combination of garlic, Dijon mustard, paprika, onion powder, basil, salt, and pepper to kick up the flavors. However, you could really spice them up any way you want. I have made blackened fish burgers with chili powder, cumin, paprika, and garlic powder and simple lemon pepper burgers with lemon zest, Parmesan, and tons of black pepper.

Think of tilapia like you would ground turkey or chicken - it's kind of a blank canvas you can spice up any way you like.

In terms of topping these burgers, normally I just go with something simple like some sliced avocado, fresh tomatoes, cucumber, and lettuce or sprouts. However, when I am feeling more ambitious, I will whip up a simple yogurt dressing or lightened up tartar sauce to dollop on top. For the yogurt dressing, I usually just add crushed garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, and fresh herbs to full fat yogurt. For a lightened up tartar sauce, mix equal parts yogurt, low fat mayonnaise, and relish.


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Comments:

  1. Dallan

    It is removed (has tangled topic)

  2. Graeme

    Not bad!!!!

  3. Telkis

    I think it has already been discussed, use the forum search.



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