It’s burger time, buddy.
When it comes to making great burgers Americans know what they are doing. when talking about it Sometimes there’s nothing better than a burger and a beer. And fortunately, there are many great options for this blend across the country.
In fact, most cities and towns across the United States have at least one specialty burger joint. Although most fast food outlets are based on burgers. But the best burgers come from the tastiest burgers. Fortunately, restaurant and food review site Gayot has compiled a list of burger joints across the United States.
Hopefully one of them is within driving distance.
Number one is Becks Prime in Houston, Texas. This place is known for their on-site certified angus ground beef and has been in business since 1985. New York City’s burger joint comes first. Two and is known for keeping a small menu. The focus is on burgers, fries and beer.
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Denver, Colo., residents can check out a third option, Cherry Cricket, which has a “seemingly endless list of toppings” according to Gayot Farm Burger in Decatur, Ga. hotel
It’s not uncommon for burgers to be served with a secret sauce. And that’s what makes San Francisco’s 4505 Burgers & Barbecues ranked #5. Milkshakes go well with burgers. And it’s the main reason Holsteins Shakes and Buns in Las Vegas is number six on the list.
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Coming in at number seven is Kuma’s Corner in Chicago. This popular Illinois restaurant serves more than a dozen burgers. Many of which are named after popular bands. Cheese lovers in Virginia should head to the MELT Gourmet Cheeseburgers in Leesburg, which reportedly goes by the name.
Anyone able to attend Harvard can celebrate by visiting Mr. Bartley’s Burger Shack, located across the street from the prestigious university. Coming in at number 9 on the list, this burger joint is popular for both its burgers and thick frappes.
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Close on the tenth list is 25 Degrees in Hollywood, Calif. Located in the Roosevelt Hotel, this restaurant is named for the temperature difference between medium rare and well done.