Owner Alex Brounstein's new location has been slammed with crowds, but the food doesn't seem to have suffered. The menu is about the same as the original's, with a few new burger styles that plop themselves into the ubiquitous pimento cheese mud pit. There's the Dixie that mingles the stuff with bacon, a fried green tomato and coleslaw. The Hillbilly adds beef chili, jalapenos and sliced onion to the pimento cheese. You can, of course, design your own burger, single or double, with various toppings. Freshly ground Angus beef is the standard, but turkey and veggie patties are also available.The most notable addition to the menu here is beer, wine and boozed-up milk shakes, $7.50 each, with names like El Duderino, vanilla ice cream spiked with vanilla vodka and Kahlua.