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What do you think is the best burger restaurant?
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27 / M / Chicago,IL
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Posted 11/20/16 , edited 11/21/16

HolyDrumstick wrote:

A little place called "Dairy Mart" here in deep eat Texas.




This place right here.
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20 / M / Temple of Yaoiism
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Posted 11/20/16 , edited 11/21/16
I personally like Braum's, which is in Texas and Oklahoma.

Plus they have ice cream.
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when it comes to fast food i usually don't see much difference. when it comes to non fast food places i usually don't order a burger. i also usually prefer burgers you cook at home from one of the meat providers get them from locally not sure if its a chain or not but they have some good burgers+ other stuff. as well as having a variety of types of ground burgers
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MrChamploo wrote:


HolyDrumstick wrote:

A little place called "Dairy Mart" here in deep eat Texas.




This place right here.


Different Dairy Mart. haha
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27 / M / Guadalajara, Mexico
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Carl's jr Master race.
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I'm probably going to get hate mail for this, but I'm sorry Shake Shack is overrated.
I usually don't buy into the whole organic nonsense, but Bareburger in NYC definitely has the best burgers and shakes in the city hands down.

I only wish I didn't have to get on a train and travel in order to get to one
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M / Texas
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For chain restaurants, I prefer Five Guys. However my favorite place overall is The Smokestack in a ghost town one hour's drive away.
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I like Red Robins and Five Guys.
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20 / M / Miami/Hawaii
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YES WENDYS
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This joint right here -




Hard to believe a place this old still exists in the land of million dollar homes, but it does...


Chain-wise, In and Out Burger. Much better than Whataburger (and those of you living in Texas at the end of the In and Out supply chain can't say anything until you've had in in California). Besides, the only thing Whataburger has going for it is the bread. The meat is definitely not as good as In and Out.
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I generally don't like burgers, but the only one that I've eaten and liked enough to go back to intentionally was Freshness Burger in Tokyo,
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BK was where I went for their chicken sandwiches. The oblong one that looks like a sub. Sort of a childhood favorite of mine.

The one near my house closed and I have a Chick-Fil-A here now, which is nice but not the same.
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For me, it's a close tie between Fat Burger, and In'n'Out.

(LOL "A close tie" is like "wet water!" LOL )
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20 / M / Palm Coast, Florida
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Wendy's.
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In my area, I'd go with Five Guys
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