2nd. Blake's Lotaburger
2nd. Blake's Lotaburger
Has anyone noticed that In-and-Out seems to only hire "pale-male" employees?
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i don't Eat burger its wrong
Not familiar with the Western and/or Southern chains mentioned.
I'd have to say that my favorite burger is the burger at Portillo's, which you can only get in Chicagoland or a couple locations in Southern California (a hot spot for Chicagoland transplants). Although, they're not really a burger chain per se; they're more famous for their hot dogs and beefs, but I think their burgers are really good.
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Around here...Five Guys
Cali...In & Out
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I find the AM band just crawling with commie pinko scum!
Pull in to Andeys Soft Serve Dump in bumpkinville and what do you hear from the next car over? "Who Let the Sock Puppet out"? That right there is enough bad music for me to leave the old technologies for the new fangled inter-tubes in order to find MY brand of hate radio!
Me? I'm sticking with Micky D's and Culvers. Not overly great, but I know what I am getting! Though Andeys Dump in bumpkinville does serve some fine butterburgers in season! Not to mention the quaint entertainment.
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Five Guys are starting to pop up around here and its very good.
Hardees angus burger isn't bad and then maybe Wendys
Trying to avoid those places for awhile now.
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I enjoy Smashburger / Five Guys / and Red Robin.
But for a homegrown specialty, you must try Maid-Rite's. Greenville, Ohio special.
Is Starring_Emma going to be the Maister of lists? Geez, been around for a day and have already started two lists...
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I also vote for Whataburger.
Austin has a branch of the chain Elevation Burger, which serves organic burgers, yet despite what this might suggest about its clientèle, is actually frequented by what I would call "normal" people (and what I call "normal" is not what Austinites would call "normal") - most likely from it's more suburban, less central Austin location choices. Outstanding lean meat burgers and the freshest veggies around. If you try to go on a Saturday afternoon, you can expect to wait about 25 minutes in a line that goes around the building (which is ridiculously long for a fast-order place). I think they've got them in select other places, too.
Before I became vegetarian Five Guy's was my favorite burger joint. The fries are awesome and the vast variety of toppings for the burgers is nice. Of course we are getting one in my area this fall, oh well I can still enjoy their fries.
I have to second Portillo's. The best burger I think I ever had from a burger joint, though, was a place called Fiamma Burger in Bellingham, Washington. YUM.
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Hamburger Habit. So cal specific I believe.
There is a place in norcal I always liked called Star's. One of the workers there was named Emma. I am not making this up.
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