What;s your favorite burger...

1. The new and improved Habit, Black Angus, The Hook, going to try BJ's next time.

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Irene, BJ's has an incredible burger - Honey Brisket and Bacon Burger. It comes with fries. It is $14.75 except on Wednesday when burgers are $10 with unlimited fries - does anybody actually have seconds on fries? It's always my choice when I go to BJ's on Wednesdays.
As far as a beef burger, I haven’t eaten one since 1984. So as I watch the wild fires burn and Amazon get destroyed, I know my contribution is nil.

Habits veggie burgers are pretty good. Carl’s Jr. has a decent Beyond Burger, which is over $11 for a combo now.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/20/2020 06:49PM by SoCalMama.
Planning to make my own burger coming weekend. Got a great recipe for a protein veg burger.
Mine's either this local restaurant, Cherry Cricket, In-N-Out or Shake Shack.


Shopping the Greater Denver Area, Colorado Springs and in-between in Colorado. 30 year old male and willing to travel! Badged for Denver International Airport.
Y'all are talking about places again that are nowhere near me..lol. i keep saying i have to move. Anyway, my favorite really isn't really a burger but i get it at Red Robin's - the California Chicken sandwich.

I didn't realize that thread was closed. Thanks for the link, it's a great thread.

@SoCalMama wrote:

An oldie but a goodie:


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I don't eat a lot of meat, but I love a good burger now and than. My favorite are burgers made with fresh ground chuck steak. I purchase a chuck roast and have it fresh ground. Must be cooked medium rare for me. Cheesecake Factory has a good burger, not the Kobe-beef, the regular one.
1. My local Cherry Cricket with garlic herb cream cheese, extra onions, jalapenos and the "Boulder" sauce.
2. Shake Shack's Smoke Shack.
3. In-N-Out's Double Double with extra onions and chili's added..
4. Jolibee's Yum with Cheese (omg).
5. McDonald's for the classic McGangbang (McDouble with a Spicy Chicken in between).
6. Wendy's Baconator.

EDIT: Lol I didn't even realize I already commented above. Glad to know I'm strong on my preferences and really stick to them!

Shopping the Greater Denver Area, Colorado Springs and in-between in Colorado. 30 year old male and willing to travel! Badged for Denver International Airport.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/22/2020 02:41AM by Tarantado.
@sestrahelena wrote:

Gordo's. Hawthorne, NY.

And how did steve get pics into his post?????
Photo bucket and html
I think photobucket just recently closed, but I could be wrong.

My most expensive burger to date was $26.
I rarely eat burgers but when I do, I usually like them. Never at a burger joint. Maybe it's all in my head but when I order one at a semi fancy - fancy place, they are good. Don't like that they always come with fries. While I love fries, I will eat maybe 4. I sub a veggie. Well worth the upcharge.
A new-to-here burger place is almost ready to open for business. After I try that (presumably on my own dime) I will let you know...

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I love Hopdoddy's burgers. I like Fuddrucker's. And BJ's has a great Brisket Burger - only $10 on Wednesdays with endless fries ($14 other days). In-N-Out are always good and they are expanding to a lot more locations here. I tried Smashburger because of great reviews from other shoppers here, but the one in my area wasn't impressive at all and I never went back - and they closed down after a couple of years.
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