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Louis’ Lunch - Connecticut Sun, 09/19/04 11:10 AM (permalink)
Louis’ Lunch

As the story goes, in 1900 a man requested that the luncheonette’s owner make him something to eat on the go—the result was a broiled beef patty in between two slices of bread. Voilà! America’s first hamburger. Louis’ still serves them the same way, and don’t even think about ketchup—condiments are forbidden.
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    • Location: Milford, CT
    RE: Louis’ Lunch - Connecticut Mon, 09/20/04 10:39 PM (permalink)
    only options to go on the burger are:
    cheese, tomato, and onion
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