Aberdeen Angus burger, Haggis and Lorne sausage topped with melted cheese, served with fries and salad.
Get on our level, America.
Recently returned from Cali where I had two 4x4s from In-N-Out to cap off my last week of weight gain. Those things are bomb, and I should have gotten one on the way to the airport.
Hahaha 4x4s, that's great. I've always gone with the double double when I'm out there.
You hit up Bobbys Burger Palace yet or what?
Kuma's Corner in Chicago has some of the most insane burgers I've ever eaten, and I've eaten my fair share of kick ass burgers.
Just tried the Saint Vitus burger (not on their menu online). It included a 1 pound patty, red onion, tomato, cheddar, and crunchy peanut butter all on a pretzel roll. I'm popping a tent just thinking about it.
Dude, 4x4s are the shit. Not that a double double won't do the trick.
Originally Posted by Briks42
Unfortunately I have not gone to BBP yet. I asked my buddy if he wanted to go, but he said he wanted to do Nifty Fifty's instead. I'm currently trying to shed some weight(4x4s will do this to ya) so it's out of the question for a little, but it's on the short list. I'll have to post some good burger porn when I go. My brother's coming in from Cali in a month and he's into trying out burgers, so I'll have to go then.
In-n-Out made it here about a year ago. I'm a big flying dutchman fan myself, but 4x4's rock. There's one about a half mile away, along with a Whattaburger, a Sonic, a Steak-N-Shake, a Mooyah and a Smashburger. Oh yeah, and a McDonald's.
Originally Posted by tzanghi
There's also a Walgreen's that probably has a drive-thru Lipitor window.
Seriously, the best burger you'll ever have is the one you learn to make the way you like. If I were on death row I'd choose a plate of burgers as my final meal but only if I could do the shopping and cooking. YMMV. That said, the burgers on the bar menus at both Daniel's Broiler and El Gaucho (El Gougo) at the Bellevue (not Seattle) locations are the best I've ever had. Also local to Seattle, Red Mill has pretty good burgers.
I'm a big fan also of juicy Lucy's. If you don't know they are two 1/4lb patties with a big ole nugget of cheese molded into the middle before cooking. We try to get a multitude of different cheese blocks like colby,sharp cheddar, pepper jack, American, provolone. This way it's a surprise which one you end up with. Add to that a lightly toasted onion kaiser roll and you choice of fix'ns and it's awesome
Resurrecting my own thread...
Here's the best burger in my area. Awesome.
Originally Posted by root
what is "your area"?!?