Punch offers a small selection of proprietary burgers, including the truly outstanding Thai, topped with peanut butter and sweet chili sauce. Try it on the pretzel bun to get the most from the sweet/savory contrast. Also excellent was the Aloha, a highly satisfying creation featuring ham, pineapple, Swiss cheese and teriyaki sauce. Fans of all-day breakfast will love the Southern Sunrise, with its perfectly cooked fried egg and generous topping of guacamole and hot sauce. In addition to the proprietary burgers, diners can choose from dozens of toppings to create an almost infinite variety of sandwiches. A vegetarian option in the form of a portabella mushroom cap is also available in place of beef or turkey. Perhaps best of all, and what confirms Punch's advantage over every other fast food joint in town, is the availability of beer. With several local brews on tap by either the glass or pitcher, this is the clincher.

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