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Which Signature Chain Burger is the best?

Whopper/Double Whopper
4
13%
5 Guys double cheese
14
44%
In&Out Burger
3
9%
Rally Burger
1
3%
White Castle Mini Burger
0
No votes
Steak and Shake Steak Burger
4
13%
Wendy's Classic Single
3
9%
Red Robin custom burger
2
6%
JackNTheBox Grilled Sourdough Burger
0
No votes
Hardees Thick Burger
1
3%
 
Total votes: 32

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IMADreamer
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Gashouse wrote:I voted 5 Guys, but the correct answer is a Culver's Double Deluxe. I love Culver's.

Yes, Culver's is great. It would be on top of my list.

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Aside: The Southern Burger from Southern is really good. Flattened and crispy with pimento cheese.

Rally's is just plain nasty. Probably Steak n Shake for me.

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No option for Fuddruckers?

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JoeMcKim wrote:No option for Fuddruckers?
I didn't know they were still in business. Haven't seen one since we lived in Houston in the 90s.

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Culver's is nowhere near the top of my list because they don't have any locations in the city and the ones that surround the city just aren't in locations that are anywhere near convenient for me. It is like they purposely opened in locations that I am never near. They are dead to me.

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lukethedrifter wrote:Aside: The Southern Burger from Southern is really good. Flattened and crispy with pimento cheese.
Had a great burger at Stackhouse, little joint in Mars Hill NC. Pimento cheese.

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If anyone's ever in central AR, you definitely need to check out David's Burgers.

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Anyone in or around the Columbia MO area should go here:
http://44canteen.com/

It's right by the Blue Note. Fabulous burgers and tacos. Like, orgasmic. My GF and I talk about making the 2+ hour drive one night just to eat there again (and who doesn't like a road trip every now and again?)

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GeddyWrox wrote:Anyone in or around the Columbia MO area should go here:
http://44canteen.com/
The chef/owner of 44 Stone was the chef at Les Bourgeois when I worked there in the mid-aughts. He's basically the reason I ever got excited about food and wine and to blame for me still being in this stupid business a decade later.

That being said, I would go to Booche's if I were in downtown CoMo and wanted a burger and I wouldn't think twice about it.

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