Visiting B-Man’s would eventually lead to opening a veritable Pandora’s box of Bang for your Burger Buck. It comes down to this: the Teriyaki Burger model elevates the offering of the common burger stand. The glaze would be wholly unnecessary unless the patties were cooked beyond medium well and the sweet zing from said sauce and the pineapple assures the eater that this burger is something fun, best served slightly after school but lunch hour is fine too, along with dinner, Hell just eat it whenever. Other burger models may indicate a more serious meal is at hand but the Teriyaki burger is a light hearted beefy affair and there are more than a few to choose from in Los Angeles. Since the B-Man’s chain is nestled in the SGV, it seemed fitting to take a crack at the genre in the backyard of LA’s Asian American hub . . . now about that triple cheeseburger I was talking about . . .