Entrees This isn't the place to look for a big entree, and accordingly, Mustang Alley's has kept its menu casual with tacos, sliders, burgers, pizzas and sandwiches. The Charm City burger ($14) was a great beef patty, stacked with creamy crab dip, cheddar cheese, lettuce and tomato on brioche roll. The fries were average. The pit beef sandwich ($12) missed the mark with well-done, chewy meat and not enough horseradish. We liked the fried onion straws scattered on top of the meat, but an a la carte side of coleslaw ($3.50) was mediocre.