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Max & Erma's Restaurant Review: Stop in for a quick bite or sink into a comfortable booth for a full meal. Either way you've hit the jackpot when it comes to value. Without a doubt, the specialty of the house is burgers, from the Honky Tonk, packing a hand-crushed burger with pulled pork, melted pepper jack, lettuce, red onion and tomato (not to mention breaded pickles and barbecue mayo) on grilled Texas toast to the Tortilla, which turns M&E’s popular cheesy soup into a burger (with a small side of soup for dunking). For waistline watchers, a handful of tasty guilt-free options like salads and black bean roll-ups are surprisingly satisfying. Fall-off-the-bone barbecue ribs, like all entrées, can be amplified with a half order of shrimp, but it makes it hard to leave room for the All-You-Can-Eat Sundae Bar, an antique bathtub filled with toppings such as chocolate sauce, caramel, Oreo cookies and M&Ms. Other locations.