Best Burgers In Amerca

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Re:Best Burgers In Amerca 2009/07/31 14:50:52 (permalink)
Calling Dumont Burger even a "great" burger is a stretch- flavorless, overcooked, on a brioche (arghhh!), poor to no seasoning, pretty awful. i could not even finish mine last time i was there... they may as well have called white castle the best burger in NYC- opening the link and seeing Dumont as #1 in NYC, when Luger's Cheeseburger is seconds away, renders this list silly... sorry critics- try again!
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Re:Best Burgers In Amerca 2009/07/31 15:44:18 (permalink)
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Any burger that costs more than five bucks is not a burger. 

With the possible exception of the Bobcat Cafe, all the places listed are aspiring more to "fine dining" than to "burger joints".


Obviously, you've lived a very sheltered life in McKinney, TX. You can't compare prices in your world with prices in Major Cities. It's like comparing Apples & Oranges. A $5 burger in McKinney may be considered outrageous, while a $5 burger in NYC, Chicago, LA might be considered a Bargain!
You need to get out into the rest of the "Real World"!

I have seen the real world and am very happy where we are now - even though we sometimes have to do without some of the food we dearly love - there are many offsets and frankly living in the boonies beats the hell out of the big cities - bottom line - it of course pays to be retired and not have to commute to work daily.  Getting by with one car now.

 
Sardinia???
 
That's a foreign country somewhere in Eastern Europe around Bulgaria isn't it???
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Re:Best Burgers In Amerca 2009/07/31 16:56:28 (permalink)
Foodbme

NYPIzzaNut

Foodbme

MetroplexJim

Any burger that costs more than five bucks is not a burger. 

With the possible exception of the Bobcat Cafe, all the places listed are aspiring more to "fine dining" than to "burger joints".


Obviously, you've lived a very sheltered life in McKinney, TX. You can't compare prices in your world with prices in Major Cities. It's like comparing Apples & Oranges. A $5 burger in McKinney may be considered outrageous, while a $5 burger in NYC, Chicago, LA might be considered a Bargain!
You need to get out into the rest of the "Real World"!

I have seen the real world and am very happy where we are now - even though we sometimes have to do without some of the food we dearly love - there are many offsets and frankly living in the boonies beats the hell out of the big cities - bottom line - it of course pays to be retired and not have to commute to work daily.  Getting by with one car now.

 
Sardinia???
 
That's a foreign country somewhere in Eastern Europe around Bulgaria isn't it???

I bet you got A's in Geography in school!!

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Re:Best Burgers In Amerca 2009/08/02 06:54:54 (permalink)
I have to agree with PWINGSX, Grease Burger Bar  in West Palm Beach, FL.
I'll share some pics of this burger soon..  10 ozs. of pure burger pleasure!

post edited by UncleVic - 2009/08/02 06:59:56
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Re:Best Burgers In Amerca 2009/10/02 19:08:05 (permalink)
I believe that most of the opinions on this forum are very useful.

post edited by BurghFeeder - 2009/10/02 19:10:21
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Re:Best Burgers In Amerca 2009/12/26 09:08:06 (permalink)
The best hamburger in China is in the Shamrock Bar in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province near Shanghai.
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Re:Best Burgers In Amerca 2009/12/31 10:07:51 (permalink)
Best hamburger I've had recently was at Arthurs steakhouse in Morris Plains, NJ. $6 for a huge, delicious burger cooked perfectly. 
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Re:Best Burgers In Amerca 2009/12/31 12:18:44 (permalink)
With the possible exception of the Bobcat Cafe, all the places listed are aspiring more to "fine dining" than to "burger joints".

 
Pie N Burger doesn't aspire to anything, believe me. It is charitable to call it a diner. (It is also, in my opinion, charitable to call it a "best" burger, although the pie and shakes are worth the trip.)
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Re:Best Burgers In Amerca 2009/12/31 18:58:43 (permalink)
It appears to me that most of those burgers are quite - ah - "high end". I mean, I appreciate you posting this list, but it makes me cringe when I think that someone will look at that list and say, "Oh, I'm in Philly and looking for something Roadfood-worthy in the way of a burger. I don't know the prices in Philly, so is $16 a normal price to pay for a burger at Rouge?" Not representative, but I do realize your intent when posting the list. It sure got some replies here!
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