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Post Reply The best place to get a burger or sandwich in your opinon
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qualeshia3 wrote:


_nomihoudai wrote:

I've been cooking at home a lot more recently (I was averaging $400 a month on eating out...)

I literally just finished eating a home-made BBQ chicken sandwich with French bread. Simple, but tasty!

So to answer your question - at home!




Home is where the hearty meal is. Unless you can't cook.


Or if you don't want to be broke. Hahaha.
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_nomihoudai wrote:

Or if you don't want to be broke. Hahaha.


Yeah.
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I like Red Robin and Fuddruckers, but there are also non-chain restaurants that have great burgers.
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for the most part stuff made at home especially burgers turkey,beef, bison/buffalo etc when it comes to burgers usually make my own sandwiches though grabbing a sub or such from someplace can be good as well if want to pick one up while in town or away from home
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If you're lucky to live in a college town, there's always one good home-grilled burger joint.

Like ours, that still hand-presses and flame-grills the monthly special Angus, onion-ring-topped or coffee-rubbed one.
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nanikore2 wrote:


(And to those of you who live on the East Coast, yes, that's the name.
Has more to do with the driving/takeout process than the digestive one.)
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My house, I can make it to my exacting standards
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Posted 2/20/17

SirBacon12 wrote:

I like Red Robin and Fuddruckers, but there are also non-chain restaurants that have great burgers.


Fuddrucker's definitely tops my list. We just got our first Red Robin's up here so I might have to try that soon.
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Ejanss wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:


(And to those of you who live on the East Coast, yes, that's the name.
Has more to do with the driving/takeout process than the digestive one.)


I kind of wanted to say Black Bear Diner but there's only this ONE specific burger that's really good, other ones being meh.
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always go to a fast food joint like Wendy's or BK (never stepping foot in a McDs... never) but the best place gotta be are hole in the wall joints or family own burger places in other words local places
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Sooner Dairy, small local joint but lawd do they make a great burger.
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I would have to say a local resturaunt near me called Jim's burgers & Egg's the Burger's are huge and you get a lot of fry's. All you need is just a burger really don't even need the fry's and can't imagine eating a double cheeseburger from there. Though go there rarely in all honesty.
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Posted 2/20/17 , edited 2/20/17
I like making my own. I have hot plate I cook them on and use a grilling press with the "smashing technique" It locks in flavor. I prefer thinner patties to brontosaurs sized ones. I hate eating just chunks of meat. Might as well be eating a meatloaf on buns.

If I'm going out to sit down then Red Robbin. Great for kids, tasty burgers and I can enjoy a drink. Not too pricey if you order their Tavern Burgers

Fast food I go with Five Guys. Nothing fancy about it, just a tasty burger.

Drive thru fast food.... Wendy's I guess.
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