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Foxyfishy14

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  • Joined: 5/15/2007
  • Location: Any City, CT
RE: I love a good local hamburger Tue, 05/15/07 5:07 PM (permalink)
Best Burger here in CT: Harry's in Colchester! I've had this burger with a variety of toppings...and I've never been disappointed! They have great fries and milkshakes too...but they're only open in the summer!

Another place I like: Shady Glen in Manchester, CT. I'm pretty sure they steam the burgers and the cheese is good too.

If anyone is looking to make their own burgers on the grill, I just found that Whole Foods makes a variety of gourmet patties and they are DELICIOUS! My favorite is the bacon and gorgonzola cheese stuffed burgers! Try them out!
 
    MetroplexJim

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    • Joined: 6/24/2007
    • Location: McKinney, TX
    RE: I love a good local hamburger Fri, 07/6/07 9:34 AM (permalink)
    Scotty P's is very good. They have 4 or so "sit down and eat" burger stores in Collin County (the Northern suburbs of Dallas): clean, safe, good burgers, and great fries and onion rings. They provide malt vinegar and A-1 Sauce along with the standard condiments.
     
      eatingteam

      • Total Posts: 186
      • Joined: 7/7/2007
      • Location: Warminster, PA
      RE: I love a good local hamburger Fri, 07/13/07 8:30 PM (permalink)
      These are the best we have found in our travels..



      Rank
      NAME
      LOCATION
      RECOMMENDATION



      1 Rossi’s Chambersburg, NJ


      2 Kopper Kettle Feasterville – Trevose, PA Royale

      3 Cheeburger Cheeburger Chain ¾ lb

      4 Taxi’s Harvard, MA Blue Cheese Burger

      5 Five Brothers Burgers State College, PA Double with Bacon
      6 Tony Luke’s Bar & Grill South Philly, PA Big Daddy Luke Burger

      7 General Davis Davisville, PA General Burger

      8 Standard Tap Fishtown, PA Tap Burger

      9 Monk's Cafe Philadelphia, PA Any Topping

      9 Do Wop Diner Wildwood, NJ 57 Chevy

      10 Fireside Tavern Trevose, PA Cheeseburger

      11 Jerzee’s Sport’s Bar and Grill Glenside, PA Any burger

      12 Great Burger Southampton, PA Double Bacon and Cheese

      13 B Maxwell’s Doylestown, PA Any

      14 Dilly's Corner New Hope, PA Dilly Burger

      15 Jimmy’s on the Delaware Easton, PA Thunderburger

      16 Nifty Fifties NE Philly, Bensalem Any w milkshake

      17 Black Bull Richboro, PA Angus Burger


      These are the top we have come up with.


      Tony
       
        bbires

        • Total Posts: 348
        • Joined: 1/26/2005
        • Location: Chattanooga, TN
        RE: I love a good local hamburger Fri, 07/20/07 9:26 PM (permalink)
        Chattanooga is blessed with a wealth of great, idiosyncratic local burgers:

        Yes, Zarzour's has a terrific burger, but also Nikki's (thinner patty), Magoo's, and, my current favorite, Bud's of Brainerd (best tasting blend of condiments with a chargrilled burger).
         
          Smiley22

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          • Joined: 7/20/2007
          • Location: Rochester, NY
          RE: I love a good local hamburger Sat, 07/21/07 2:30 PM (permalink)
          quote:
          Originally posted by anselmo1

          In the Western New York area, we are fortunate to have a lot of establishments that serve great burgers.
          The two that are really outstanding are:

          Grovers in Swormsville, New York----Suburb of Buffalo

          Brennans Bowery Bar & Restaurant----Clarence, New York--another suburb of Buffalo.
          Brennan's also serves a Burger with Kobi Beef!


          Grover's (just outside of Buffalo) is hands down THE BEST I've ever had!! I don't live in Buffalo anymore but my husband and I will drive over an hour sometimes just to have dinner there when we're craving one of their burgers. Biggest problem there is they don't take credit cards so if you go, have cash. I've seen more than a few times people have to run out to find an ATM.
           
            RubyRose

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            • Joined: 5/7/2003
            • Location: Lehigh Valley, PA
            RE: I love a good local hamburger Sat, 07/21/07 2:48 PM (permalink)
            The Fogelsville Hotel (about 1 mile off the Route 100 N. exit of I-78 west of Allentown PA) is one of those classic old hotel bar/restaurants that used to be village centers in that part of eastern PA. Their "Fogelburger" - a hamburger topped with sauteed onions and a fried egg - has been served to generations of customers. I've never tried one because I don't like fried eggs but Fogelburgers are popular with my co-workers.
             
              doris

              • Total Posts: 5
              • Joined: 6/12/2003
              • Location: phoenix, AZ
              RE: I love a good local hamburger Wed, 07/25/07 3:07 PM (permalink)
              The Spot in Kenosha, WI has the best burgers. It is a drivein that has been there over 60 years!!
               
                Rusty246

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                • Joined: 7/15/2003
                • Location: Newberry, FL
                RE: I love a good local hamburger Wed, 07/25/07 3:57 PM (permalink)
                Here it's Mac's Drive Thru. The one and only location. Two drive throughs that you still speak into one of those big grey round speakers, you have eye contact with the order taker, or you can park across the street and walk up. No sit in dining, two picnic tables outside. Closed 4th of July week EVERY year and on weekends. Open 8a to 8p during the week, no breakfast items. Four drink sizes(gotta have the jumbo sweet tea)one fry size(I wish they had two at least)hamburger(reg. or double) cheeseburger(same as hamburger)a roast beef sandwich, a fish, a cuban, a ham and cheese. That's it. Do not go at lunch time. The traffic spills out into a main road 15 cars deep....at least.
                 
                  bakman_01570

                  • Total Posts: 98
                  • Joined: 7/30/2004
                  • Location: webster, MA
                  RE: I love a good local hamburger Wed, 08/22/07 1:58 PM (permalink)
                  i just went to this place for the 2nd time in two weeks

                  http://www.scootersgrill.com/

                  If anyone is in Plainville, Farmington, New Britain area, they have very tasty burgers. And for those willing to try- 4lb burgers are available!! Burgers as Big as Your head !!

                  This is right down the street from Bantam Bread Company in Plainville. Bantam Bread was reviewed recently on this site. I picked up a couple treats from Bantam today too
                   
                    bakman_01570

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                    • Joined: 7/30/2004
                    • Location: webster, MA
                    RE: I love a good local hamburger Wed, 08/22/07 2:00 PM (permalink)
                    oops these are in CT !!

                    sorry
                     
                      chickenwingking

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                      • Joined: 8/14/2007
                      • Location: Macungie, PA
                      RE: I love a good local hamburger Mon, 08/27/07 3:49 PM (permalink)
                      Roscoe Diner in Roscoe, NY.
                      Cooked just how you order it, very juicy and tasty.
                      Fries are great too - hot, crispy and salty
                       
                        rkendrick

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                        • Joined: 6/21/2005
                        • Location: Castle Rock, CO
                        RE: I love a good local hamburger Mon, 08/27/07 11:07 PM (permalink)
                        Great burgers:
                        Bellaire Broiler Burger in Bellaire, TX
                        Charlie's Hamburger Joint in Houston
                        Griff's Hamburgers in Denver
                         
                          brisketboy

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                          • Joined: 6/11/2007
                          • Location: Austin, TX
                          RE: I love a good local hamburger Wed, 08/29/07 11:51 AM (permalink)
                          I used to live in San Diego and they had a franchise out there called Boll Weavil. The specialty was a half-pound steer burger and I will tell you it was a real gutbomb. But boy were they good. I suspect they were a major contributor to the cholesterol restricitive diet I am on now. Them and In and Out for a double double with onions.
                           
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