Your Top 5 Burgers

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kaszeta
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/07/13 11:06:21
No real order to these, but these are burgers that I regularly crave:

1. Cheeseburger, Miller's Bar, Dearborn, MI:



2. Jucy Lucy, Matt's Bar, Minneapolis, MN:



3. Big One with Cheddar, The Chuck Box, Tempe, AZ:



4. Double Burger, Animal Style, In-N-Out Burger (I find cheese plus animal style to be overkill, so I get this instead of a Double-Double):



5. Cheeseburger, Shake Shack, Madison Square Park



More burger pics here.
toyman70
Junior Burger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/07/13 12:02:57
kaszeta

No real order to these, but these are burgers that I regularly crave:

1. Cheeseburger, Miller's Bar, Dearborn, MI:



2. Jucy Lucy, Matt's Bar, Minneapolis, MN:



3. Big One with Cheddar, The Chuck Box, Tempe, AZ:



4. Double Burger, Animal Style, In-N-Out Burger (I find cheese plus animal style to be overkill, so I get this instead of a Double-Double):



5. Cheeseburger, Shake Shack, Madison Square Park



More burger pics .


some fine sexy ass food porn pic's
thanks!
toyman70
Junior Burger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/07/13 12:07:07
also, is the shake shack all that they say it is?
it looks like in & outs. Taste some what the same?
I have had in & out, and it reminded me of 5 guys.
must try it on my next visit to NYC
kaszeta
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/07/13 13:27:18
toyman70

also, is the shake shack all that they say it is?
it looks like in & outs. Taste some what the same?
I have had in & out, and it reminded me of 5 guys.
must try it on my next visit to NYC


I really like Shake Shack, but it's not that different from In-N-Out to be honest.  The biggest difference is that the do the "smash into the grill" cooking technique, similar to Steak n Shake, giving the burger a nice crisp around the edges (somehow, however, Shake Shack does it without drying out the burger).   I also had this burger there (The Stack Attack, which is a cheeseburger topped with their veggie burger, which is a a deep-fried cheese-stuff portabello).  It was actually really good, although it was a serious fat bomb:



The lines at Shake Shack, however, can be unholy, especially on a nice weekend day.  When I was last in NYC (May 1st), the line at Shake Shack was almost 2 hours long. Good burgers, but never in a million years worth that kind of wait.

buffetbuster
Porterhouse
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/07/13 13:31:31
kaszeta-
Oustanding photos and list!  I tried real hard, but could not get a decent photo of my burger from Miller's Bar.  Glad you were much more successful!
kaszeta
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/07/13 13:39:55
And these aren't top 5 burger, but top 10:

6. Cheeseburger, Pearl's Phat Burgers, Mill Valley, CA



7. Cheeseborger, Billy Goat Tavern, Chicago, IL



8. Jalapeno Cheeseburger, Mad Madeline's, Temecula, CA (although the SO's Hatch Chile burger was better):



9. Apple Pan Burger, Apple Pan, Los Angeles, CA (although next time I'm telling them to go easy on the relish!)



10. Sliders.  Bates Hamburger, Livonia, MI


Treetop Tom
Cheeseburger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/07/13 16:14:31
In no particular order:

Hubcap Burger at Cotham’s Mercantile, Scott, AR (Just down the road from my Granny's, may she RIP)
Cheeseburger at Duncan’s (Dunc’s) Bar & Grill, Frostburg, MD (hangout for Alma Mater #1)
Hamburger at Mike’s Grill, Blacksburg, VA (hangout for Alma Mater #2)
Hamburger at Cook-Out, Various locations in NC (Best fast-food burger ever)
Superburger at Wright’s Dairy-Rite, Staunton, VA (Extra points for drive-in service)
post edited by Treetop Tom - 2010/07/13 16:15:58
toyman70
Junior Burger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/07/13 18:02:26
kaszeta

toyman70

also, is the shake shack all that they say it is?
it looks like in & outs. Taste some what the same?
I have had in & out, and it reminded me of 5 guys.
must try it on my next visit to NYC


I really like Shake Shack, but it's not that different from In-N-Out to be honest.  The biggest difference is that the do the "smash into the grill" cooking technique, similar to Steak n Shake, giving the burger a nice crisp around the edges (somehow, however, Shake Shack does it without drying out the burger).   I also had this burger there (The Stack Attack, which is a cheeseburger topped with their veggie burger, which is a a deep-fried cheese-stuff portabello).  It was actually really good, although it was a serious fat bomb:



The lines at Shake Shack, however, can be unholy, especially on a nice weekend day.  When I was last in NYC (May 1st), the line at Shake Shack was almost 2 hours long. Good burgers, but never in a million years worth that kind of wait.


thats crazy, I LOVE burgers but would never wait that long. Are people on crack?
I thought they were like in&out. I thought In&out were ok for what it is but nothing like people rave about. Thanks for the feedback!
Jay
toyman70
Junior Burger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/07/13 18:04:20
And i thought I was the only nut who took food pictures?
glad to see I'm not. love all the pictures everyone. some many sexy ass
meat pic's

ces1948
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/07/13 19:03:35
I'm going to go with these in no particular order.
Sharon's Burgers, Kingsport, Tn
Steak N Shake
Five Guys
Tommy's in L.A. 40 years ago at least since I ate there. Could be more nostalgia then anything else.
Wicked Burger, Port St. Lucie, Fl Unfortunately seems to headed downhill while trying to expand menu to suit every possible taste. Should have stuck to the basics IMO.

enginecapt
Filet Mignon
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/07/13 20:55:21
Aw hell, I was just in Temecula on Sunday, looking for a trough to slop in. I ended up in Murietta at an indy pizza place and had some mediocre pie.
TastyEats2010
Junior Burger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/09/15 10:51:58
No particular order
Five Guys
Mamas Eatery
Captains Burgers
L.C Hamburgers
Seamus McDaniels
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North Quincy High School Honor Roll yummmm rolls especially buttered rolls.
Jenna Mcauliffe, Brenna Mcgoff, Jason Mei, Melissa Mullaney, Julie Ni,  Amanda McEvilly, Mary McGough, Emily Mei, Devin Mei, Emily Melendy and Oscar Grant.
Amol
Junior Burger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/09/25 19:26:26
1. Burger Joint, New York, NY
2. Stand, New York, NY
3. Woody's, Cornwall, NY
4. Shake Shack, New York, NY
5. Five Guys, All Over, The Place
Not very geographically diverse, as I never seem to travel to places with good burgers.
Amol
Junior Burger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/09/25 19:28:55
Actually, let me add Debra T's in Poughkeepsie, NY to that. It's an overbearingly cute ice cream parlor, but they make a surprisingly beefy burger (beefy as in taste, not size).
Davwud
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/09/26 17:41:49
The Burgers Priest
Toronto, Ontario.
We finally get a great burger here in TO
 
http://davwudsfoodcourt.b...urger-one-at-time.html
 
DT
ChrisOC
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/09/28 13:38:21
1.  Dilly's Corner  New Hope, PA     http://www.hollyeats.com/Dillys.htm
2.  Tony's Pizza  Bensalem, PA  (cheeseburger platter)
3.  Betty and Rags  Penny Pot, NJ
4.  Five Guys  Rio Grande, NJ
5.  Jack in the Box  Gilbert, AZ  (Jumbo Jack)
tasteebits
Junior Burger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2010/10/20 17:38:02
No particular order for my list...
 
Burgerville - cheeseburgers - Portland, OR
Newt's - jucy lucy or marvin's burger - Rochester, MN
Slow Bar - Slow bar burger - Portland, OR
Stanfords - burger - Portland, OR
Five Guys - Cheeseburger - Rochester, MN
eagle6894
Junior Burger
Re:Your Top 5 Burgers 2011/01/03 16:19:37
I will have to add to my list
Pawleys Front Porch...Columbia, SC
Slater's 50/50...Anaheim Hills, CA
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