Grafitti’s at Union St. is a burger-centric quasi-roadhouse with generic nostalgia on the walls and the usual suspects of semi-Americana-themed burger-naming convention on the menu. While many of the elaborate burger constructions sound good on paper, they often fail to deliver. Try the Cadillac, with its sweet and tangy punch of bourbon sauce, lush tangle of grilled onions, and paving of savory sautéed mushrooms. If you’re feeling flush, The Imperial is tasty if involved, and will set you back a good chunk of change. For a nice change of pace, go for the Super Bee, a somewhat elaborate chicken sandwich construction that manages to taste clean and thoughtful despite its spate of ingredients. There are a few good beers on tap, though you wouldn’t know it unless someone told you; they’re hidden away in the currently unused lounge space attached (Grafitti’s is working on hiring a bartender to offer mixed drinks). Good luck, as quality tends to waver quite a bit from one visit to the next.