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Delish Names the 25 Best Burgers

Where are the best burgers in America served? Hey, if there were a single, final answer, there wouldn’t be any blogs, and what fun would that be? Delish.com has posted its list of the 25 best burgers and the restaurants that will cook them for you. And sure, I disagree with many of them, which is half the joy (the other half being eating burgers). But Delish’s list also includes several places that are new to me, and I love that. Check out the list and leave a comment: name the burger joints you’d have included.

In-N-Out Burger

In-N-Out Burger, multiple locations
Minetta Tavern, New York City
Holeman & Finch, Atlanta
Ray’s Hell Burger, Arlington, Va.
Cragie on Main, Boston
Louis’ Lunch, New Haven, Conn.
Zuni Cafe, San Francisco
Dyer’s Burgers, Memphis, Tenn.
Custom House, Chicago
Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink, Miami
The Spotted Pig, New York City
Gott’s Roadside (aka Taylor’s Refresher), multiple Calif. locations
Farmburger, Decatur, Ga.
Father’s Office, Los Angeles
Little Owl, New York City
Palena Café, Washington, D.C.
Ted’s, Meriden, Conn.
Miller’s Bar, Dearborn, Mich.
Green Street Grill, Boston
Healdsburg Bar & Grill, Healdsburg, Calif.
Shake Shack, New York City
Perini Ranch Steakhouse, Buffalo Gap, Texas
White Manna, Hackensack, N.J.
Duchamp, Chicago
Peter Luger, New York City

2 comments to Delish Names the 25 Best Burgers

  • Steve

    Dyer’s Cafe serves the original Dyer’s Burger and is located in Collierville, Tennessee. The owner is the grandson of the man that purchased the restaurant from “Doc” Dyer in 1935. What gives a Dyer’s Burger it’s unique taste is the special recipe used for the grease. The meat patties are beat until they are thin and then put in the grease. When they rise to the top, it’s time to eat!

  • Paul

    Millers is just a corner dirty dump, they are WAY past their hayday ! They dont even compare in the BEST !

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