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  • Of the bigger chains, In 'n Out.
  • McDonalds and Jack in the Box.
  • Burger King!
  • Me..you should come to my place and eat ours. We call them Mc Mamas...they are so high and full of everything tasty and healthy.
  • White Castle of course.
  • WhiteCastle
  • I haven't had them in a while, but I remember Fuddrucker's burgers being really good!
  • Backyard Burgers..............delicious.
  • I prefer one made at home. Made nice and thick, cooked just right, extra cheese.
  • Red Robin.
  • Vlad's homemade burgers are the best . As far as burger joints go, I have to agree with Meow Meow that Red Robin is the best of that bunch.
  • My daddy... best in the west!! ;oP
  • Whimpy's
  • Halo Burger. But, they're only in Michigan.
  • Mine or when eating out Tommy's
  • ME! Sometimes it's just a slice on a great home ground chuck burger. Other times its a mix of caramelized onion and grated swiss mixed IN the burger. Then for special days, I'll place some blue cheese between two thin patties and make like a filling. Awesome burgers!!! And always with fresh ground chuck, ground up at home with added pork fat and all beef fat removed.
  • wendy's cause they have the bigger of most fast foods
  • Steak-n-Shake! My only complaint is they need to put more meat on them, (at their prices, they could double the meat and not lose a penny)! But, they do have THE BEST flavor around!
  • For my money it's a place called five guys famous burgers. It is a bit on the expensive side at about $9.00 for a double cheese burger fries and a drink but well worth every penny of it.
  • Mc Donalds
  • Inn N Out!
  • As far as restaurant burgers go, I think the cheeseburger at Houston's is one of the best I've ever had. Houston's is a steakhouse though. If you want purely burger joint, I had a pretty good one at Five Guys Burgers yesterday though. Locally, we have a place called "Bub's Burgers and Ice Cream." They have regular burgers and Elk burgers. Since they only do burgers, they do a really nice job of it.
  • My mom makes the best ones.
  • White Castle lol then Mc Donalds
  • In my opinion i would say Wendys.who agrees?
  • IN-N-OUT please
  • They're fast, they're easy, and next to apple pie, they are as American as you can get. Whether you like your hamburger made of beef or something more exotic, like kangaroo, there's a hamburger for every taste. Thirteen billion hamburgers are consumed each and every year. Clearly, Americans have a love affair with burgers, and with several phenomenal hamburger joints scattered throughout the U.S., there is no wonder why. TRAVEL CHANNELS HAMBURGER PARADISE ARE AS FOLLOWED: Louis' Lunch New Haven, Conn. Legend has it that the hamburger was invented at Louis' Lunch, back in 1895. One day, restaurant owner Louis Lassen was thinking of ways to use up some leftover beef trimmings. As he was passing the meat through the grinder, a hungry customer popped in wanting something to eat on the run. Louis thought quickly, broiled the meat he grounded and placed the meat between two pieces of toast -- the first hamburger was born! Things haven't changed much. The hamburger is still America's fast-food meal of choice. White Castle Wichita, Kan. White Castle started the very first fast-food hamburger chain, in 1921. What makes a White Castle hamburger unique? It's all about the holes. Five holes are punched into each patty. Why the holes? They allow each patty to absorb the flavor of the onion placed on top. Best of all, because they are small, White Castle burgers make the perfect on-the-go snack. All-American Drive-In Massapequa, N.Y. Regulars have been eating burgers at the All-American since the drive-in opened in 1963. A burger at the All-American is as classic as it gets -- a simple grilled patty made with the freshest ingredients. Hamburger-craving celebrities, including the Baldwin brothers, Jerry Seinfeld and Brian Setzer, often frequent this popular spot. Bob's Big Boy Burbank, Calif. Bob's Big Boy opened in 1936, when Bob Wian sold his car for $350 and opened up a hamburger stand called Bob's Pantry. Big Boy is the original name for the double-decker burger, but since customers always came back for it, he renamed the stand "Bob's Big Boy." The Bob's Big Boy in Burbank was built in 1949. Ever since then, its iconic big boy in checkered pants stands watch over all customers. World-Famous Ted's Restaurant Meridian, Conn. Ted's Restaurant is home to the steamed burger. Why steam a burger? According to the restaurant's founder, Ted Duberek, the steam cooks each patty evenly, unlike grilling, which only cooks the top and bottom of a burger. Although the steamed burger draws a crowd, folks keep coming back for the local hospitality. Meridian is a friendly, Blue-collar town with down-to-earth inhabitants. Half-Moon Restaurant Kennett Square, Pa. If you are totally over the beef, try some kangaroo. At Half Moon, you can sample a hamburger from several different kinds of meat. Known for its game burgers, Half Moon has been steaming up meat from non-farm dwelling animals for over eight years. Choose from alligator, wild boar, buffalo, kangaroo and other wild meats, which are imported from farms around the world. The Spot Hermosa Beach, Calif. Vegetarians and vegans love their burgers just as much as meat-eaters. Packed with fresh vegetable, bean, rice and soy ingredients, each veggie patty is jam-packed with flavor. Established in 1977, The Spot has been a fixture in the Hermosa Beach community ever since. Who are the biggest customers? According to owner Tonya Beaudet, carnivores come in flocks to sample the veggie burger's unique flavor. Pop Burger New York, N.Y. If you like your hamburgers hip and ready to party, check out Pop Burger in New York City. It's the ultimate place to grab a bite when the munchies take over at 2 a.m. How did Pop Burger get its name? Everywhere you turn inside the restaurant, you'll see pop art -- from the metal red ceiling to aluminum silver car paint in the billiards room. Each 3-inch patty is grilled to perfection, then topped with lettuce, tomato, cheese and a secret dressing, and served on a brioche bun. Customers like Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z are frequent customers. So, if you want to party like a rock star and eat like one, Pop Burger is the place to be. Old Homestead Steakhouse New York, N.Y. At the oldest steakhouse in Manhattan, you can find the priciest burger around. Each hamburger is made from Kobe beef, the finest hamburger meat you can get. How much for a hamburger? At the Old Homestead, each 20-ounce Kobe beef burger will set you back $41. But don't worry. After one bite, your wallet will forgive you.
  • In n Out. I'd kill for a double-double right now.
  • Billy Goat Cafe. Chicago. "Chee borger! Chee Borger!" No Coke, Pepsi.
  • McDonalds. It probally has the most calories too!
  • Red Robin is good....now if we are talking fast food chain McDonalds double cheese with pickles and onions only.
  • In and Out Burger - the absolute best.
  • I'd say the one that actually uses cheese instead of yellow plastic but I have not found it yet
  • In and out burger, the double-double animal style!
  • Of course! It's MOM without a doubt!!

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