I drove by Sam’s Burgers and Subs and knew I needed to stop. So I turned my car around, almost ran somebody over and went in. No one died.
Its a very small place. Â There’s a little lunch counter with stools so you can watch no-nonsense Bill cooking handmade burgers and subs while you eat. I ordered a “Sam’s famous burger” and fries. Â The fries were not memorable, but the burger was really good. Â Together the burger and fries were $5.44. Â I gave my meal 903.25 out of 985.75 points. The burger was juicy, fresh and not-dense. Excellent.
Bill told me that the place has been serving food for about 50 years, it’s been called Sam’s for about 15 years, and he’s owned it for about 11 years. Â If I was conducting a tour of historic Richmond, this would be on my list of stops. But, I hate tours so I won’t conduct a tour of historic Richmond.