O'Burger is not strictly speaking a bar, pub or supper club. It is just a hamburger joint that happens to be playing pop music and serving beers, wines and cocktails with their burgers. If you ask me, all restaurants including fast-food should be serving cocktails. But I guess they don't, so that makes O'Burger worthy of a review from us.
And a review is all O'Burger is going to get, because I can't say we got much when we visited the place. For some unknown reason, the waitress had left our group with no drinks, not even water, for the longest time while we were waiting for everyone to arrive. A bad start.
Once ordered, the drinks and the burgers arrived fairly quickly, which is a plus. Yet we still had to remind our waitress about the water a couple of times; I guess she didn't like to serve stuff she couldn't charge for.
The burgers were nothing special at all; the beef patty tasted like industrial Cosco-bought beef, and considering I was there for a burger, I was extremely disappointed.
A positive thing O'Burger got going was the funky pink and black and white colors used all over the furniture and décor in general. It's nice to eat in place that is confident enough in its masculinity to plaster pink all over the place.
Overall, not the craziest experience. If you want to grab a burger on Friday night before heading to the clubs, M:brgr with its funky atmosphere is a better bet. If you want that quick burger fix at lunch-time with a good beer and good music, then go to O'Burger.