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PepperPhil
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2006/10/02 22:36:33 (permalink)

Big Boy's

Love to stop whenever I can at at Big Boy's Burgers. They have a stackable burger called the Super Big Boy tm. It's fills ya up.

They are the greatest.

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    tkitna
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/10/03 00:58:56 (permalink)
    I agree as long as they are the ones with the thousand island sauce and not the tarter/mayo type sauce. Havent had one in years.
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    anselmo1
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/10/03 02:09:44 (permalink)
    In my area of the country,Upstate New York , all the Big Boys closed up in the late 1980's.
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    PepperPhil
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/10/04 18:54:28 (permalink)
    Oh they closed this far south also.... Closest one to us now is Louisville < Ky

    Only about 4 1/2 hours away......
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    Sfreader
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/10/05 15:45:21 (permalink)
    They returned to KC a few years back, but left in less than a year. Word was that they had too much trouble staffing.

    Still lots of them in Michigan.

    Keith
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    Xu
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/10/19 22:53:56 (permalink)
    I'm glad to hear that there's some still around. When we'd go visit relatives over in PA, we'd always stop at one, I always got the Big Stack thing, too. Ate it all every time, too.

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    dreamzpainter
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/08 19:51:19 (permalink)
    Big Boys was the place to go when I was stationed with Uncle Sams fly boys in N.E.Ark, there and Shoneys. SHoneys are all over the place now but its been awhile since Ive seen a BigBoys.. brings back memories of this waitress.............
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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/08 20:38:34 (permalink)
    And this is not in the fast-food, franchise, chain section because ...?
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    Kiowa1
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/08 20:56:37 (permalink)
    I remember ordering the "Big Boy Combination" many times when I was in High School... one of my first "restaurant" experiences without my parents... always ordered the same thing and enjoyed it immensely...
    haven't had one for a loooong time, but I remember the taste (thousand island dressing) and will always have the memories...
    Maybe again sometime...
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    ann peeples
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/08 21:12:27 (permalink)
    One of my favorite restaurants back in the day-saw some in N.C.but had soooooooo many other restaurants I wanted to try..sorry I didnt stop for the"big boy"sandwich with the great sauce.
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    IansMom
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/08 21:38:16 (permalink)
    We have one right up the street from us here in the Ville, but it's the tarter thing going on.. and I can't stand tarter sauce....
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    ann peeples
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/08 21:55:12 (permalink)
    Tartar sauce on the famous big boy???What a horror!!!
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/08 22:02:09 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by annpeeples

    Tartar sauce on the famous big boy???What a horror!!!



    Why?????
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    ann peeples
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/08 22:21:14 (permalink)
    Just because I recall it is not tartar sauce-but a combination thousand island/tartar sauce thing...tartar sauce alone is not what I covet on that particular burger...IMHO...
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    Milt
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/09 18:37:35 (permalink)
    Depending on what part of the country we were in - I would order a Big Boy from Zip's, Kip's, Vip's, or whomever on our roadtrips. My only other memory - and equally positive - was of their fresh strawberry pie. A burger and pie was a wonderful meal, in my opinion, at that time. Then, I also spoke favorably about a Big Mac. Boy have times changed!
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    Rowsdower98
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/13 14:45:16 (permalink)
    Frisch's Big Boy is all around Lexington, KY. I love their breakfast buffet. And a Super Big Boy is great every now and then.
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    TJ Jackson
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/13 15:45:17 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    And this is not in the fast-food, franchise, chain section because ...?
    I'm not sure.

    It's been here long enough for the admins to have noticed it.
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    soozycue520
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/14 01:48:50 (permalink)
    And Frisch's Tartar Sauce Rocks!!!

    When I was a child, and my dad took me to Gatlinburg, I ate at Kip's Big Boy {I may be wrong, so don't jump my ****e}, and I was served a hamburger that "thousand island" sauce. I almost threw up!!

    Only because i was used to Frisch's tartar sauce {a dill pickle based tartar sauce}. Only a personal taste and the one I grew up with.

    To each his {or her} own!!!
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    Scorereader
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/14 11:49:10 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    And this is not in the fast-food, franchise, chain section because ...?


    because you didn't volunteer to be an admin.


    I'm with you. While it's not Fast food, it IS a franchise that has NOT been reviewed. For good reason.
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    holdem
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/14 22:19:49 (permalink)
    Our Big Boy closed up. They sold the land to a big drug store company.
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    Voyageur
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/14 22:36:51 (permalink)
    Whenever I mentioned that I loved Big Boy's when I was a kid in California to people from Michigan and other places to the east, they wondered why. Someone said the ones back there had different ownership and just licensed the original California name. Weren't the Frisch's ones and others very good? People in the posts above seem to say they were. They were well-loved in California, although I haven't seen or tried any there lately.
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    FlippyTheRed
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/14 23:18:33 (permalink)
    My last visit to a Big Boy was in Narita (Tokyo) airport. They had quite a selection on the menu, but the Cheeseburger Set Meal was about the only thing similar to something you'd find in the states. It wasn't half-bad.
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    Sfreader
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/11/16 10:27:44 (permalink)
    Though I like visiting Big Boys when I get back to Michigan, it isn;t for the burgers, but for the fresh fish.

    Keith
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    PepperPhil
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    RE: Big Boy's 2006/12/10 13:35:59 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    And this is not in the fast-food, franchise, chain section because ...?


    Because it is a sit down restaurant......Does that help
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