Thursday, January 16, 2014

America's Best Burger Cities-- Part 1

From Travel and Leisure Readers. //// Where did the burger begin? Some say at a lunch counter in Athens, Texas, in the 1880s. Others claim at Louis' Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut. //// 1. HOUSTON-- a double patty , half pound with shredded lettuce and mustard at Lankfort Grocery and Hubcat Grill. //// 2. SALT LAKE CITY-- (In-N-Out Burger now there. I agree that anywhere you have one of these places, it's as good of a burger as you'll ever get.) But, a quarter pound patty piled high with beef at Crown Burger. //// 3. PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND-- Stanley's Famous Hamburgers (since 1932) //// 4. DENVER-- H Burger-- fresh ground Angus, Hatch chile pepper and red pepper-tomato jam. Bud's Bar in suburban Sedalia-- patty, cheese and bun (fries never on the menu.) //// More to Come. --RoadDog

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