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    Re: 3 mile line for a hamburger?

    I love both Five Guys and Whataburger. Never had a In and Out though.
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    Re: 3 mile line for a hamburger?

    Burger Wagon -- Miamisburg, Ohio. Must have.
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    Re: 3 mile line for a hamburger?

    Quote Originally Posted by RFS62 View Post
    I prefer Fat Burger, the king of California burger joints.
    I'll second that. Hopefully they will survive their financial problems. I'd go over to the mall right now to get one but the franchise in Orange County filed a BK and that unit is being replaced by, IIRC, Five Guys.

    When Magic Johnson was involved with Fat Burger they expanded aggressively. Not sure what happened there but Magic doesn't seem to be in the picture at this point and their marketing has fallen off quite a bit.

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    Re: 3 mile line for a hamburger?

    I lived in California for 6 years and I could never get it. Decent burgers but that's about it....

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    Re: 3 mile line for a hamburger?

    Personally, I don't think anything can beat a cheeseburger from Swenson's Drive In, a chain in the Greater Akron area. Not too long ago, Food Network came around to do a show on Swenson's vs. Skyway (the two Akron area drive-in chains). Swenson's was definitely the winner. It's definitely a unique, yet tasty burger.
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    Re: 3 mile line for a hamburger?

    I heard Burger Wagon in the Burg is too Greasy so those are not for me.

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    Re: 3 mile line for a hamburger?

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    Re: 3 mile line for a hamburger?

    Quote Originally Posted by RiverRat13 View Post
    Culver's is vastly underrated.
    Butter burgers. The perfect combination.

    Each patty starts with a tablespoon of butter on the grill, followed by freshly ground beef smashed down on it. The doubles or triples are pure heaven.

    You then finish it with a custard milkshake.

    Heaven is real people. And you can have a taste of it at Culver's.

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    Re: 3 mile line for a hamburger?

    In n Out is great because not only does it taste good, but the price isn't ridiculous.

    If money weren't an issue though and for a similar burger, I'd go with the Shake Shack (a NYC staple). I think it's even better.

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    Re: 3 mile line for a hamburger?

    Let's not forget MadeRite in Greenville OH.
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    Re: 3 mile line for a hamburger?

    Is that the same as the MadeRite that opened in Oxford and then closed less than a year later?
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