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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 5:46 am
  • Gustavs in Leavenworth, or Elliot Bay Brewing in W. Seattle (great buffalo burgers), and of course, beer.

    Too many places to list in Socal, but agree that In-N-Out is the best fast food burger. Oddly enough, I have watched them making fries there and you would think those fresh cut would be good and they are disappointing.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 6:23 am
  • My favorite place to grab a good burger is sad to say Red Robin (I get the Royal Burger with a fried egg), always hot and juicy and delicious...

    Second would have to be Minors in Yakima ( Back in the Day ) mid to late 80's. They've changed a bit since then.

    Dick's is always a good inexpensive burger.. Never been to the one in Seattle, but the one in Spokane is the bomb.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 6:30 am
  • McGUIRE’S Terrible Garbage Burger from McGuire's Irish Pub in Pensacola Fl.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 6:38 am
  • I like Burgerville, my son likes 5 Guys which I have not tried yet. I get the occasional guttbomb from Roake's on Columbia or Joe Brown's in Vancouver, as already mentioned Dougfir has a good burger, I had a Lamb burger at Ramsey's Pub and Grill in Vegas that was fantastic.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 8:12 am
  • Spounge84 wrote:I would have Van's as #1 for me with an honorable mention for Norma's, both in Lacey.


    I have family in Lacey. Might have to swing in there.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 8:14 am
  • Look at most of you...too embarrassed to name a fast food restaurant! You know McDonalds/Burger King/Wendy's/Hardees is your favorite...
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 8:31 am
  • fenderbender123 wrote:Look at most of you...too embarrassed to name a fast food restaurant! You know McDonalds/Burger King/Wendy's/Hardees is your favorite...


    If McDonald's is the best burger anyone has ever had, I will personally take them to a nice burger joint and buy them a burger. Out of pity, of course.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 8:39 am
  • Vera's Burgers are the shiz. You can't beat Vera's meat!

    yeah... they make a poutine burger...

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    The Hulk Burger from Knight and Day used to be a favorite post clubbing meal. It was (IIRC) 2 patties, bavarian sausage, a fried egg and a lot of bacon (and the usual burger compliments). That thing was ridic. Too bad I think Knight and Day might be on it's last legs. There used to be like 10 of them around Vancouver, now there's only 2 left. I should go get one before they're gone forever...

    My other favorite post club burger was of course Roxy Burger. This is without a doubt the juciest burger in the history of juicy burgers. This is a Vancouver burger institution. Ahh... those were the days... go to The Roxy (the club) and try to pick up a juicy piece of ass. If you strike out; go next door to Roxy Burger and pick up a juicy piece of meat. Either way you win (and will end up with slippery fingers).

    Burger Heaven in New West is real good too. It's one of those places that makes the really thin patties, but puts like 5 of them on a burger. They have a 8 patty challenge burger; 2 lbs and a foot tall. It's awesome!

    shit....... Now I have to go for burgers for lunch. And to think, I was planning on working out at lunch.


    LOL, no I wasn't....
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 8:51 am
  • There's this bar in Kent I believe, My goodness that burger was good.

    Am I white trash if I think Herfee's has a dope grilled onion and bacon burger?
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 12:31 pm
  • Any of you guys ever had a Whopper from Burger King? Good stuff!

    It's even 100% beef!
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 12:43 pm
  • JesterHawk wrote:Any of you guys ever had a Whopper from Burger King? Good stuff!

    It's even 100% beef!


    I thought you ate hampster food?
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 1:26 pm
  • Throwdown wrote:
    JesterHawk wrote:Any of you guys ever had a Whopper from Burger King? Good stuff!

    It's even 100% beef!


    I thought you ate hampster food?


    Peaches eats "hamburgers" made out of a pressed and steamed tofu and gluten patty on a organic sawdust and camel dung bun. As such, since he eats like prey, he will be the first to be eaten by the zombies.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 2:29 pm
  • Cruise Inn in Roslyn is pretty. Always stop by there for a buffalo burger after camping
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 4:12 pm
  • Riley12 wrote:Easy!

    #1 is the Velvet Turtle in Palos Verdes, CA. The mustard and red onion combination was amazing.

    #2 Rodeo Cafe in Clovis, CA. Big, tasty burger with fresh cut fries

    #3 First time I had a double double at an In 'n Out in LA back in 1986ish, before that chain spread like the plague.

    Since the last time I ate at #1 was in 1975 and the last time I ate at #2 was probably 1987, both places are probably no
    longer in existence. Also, lots of memories are rolled up with those burgers, tilting them in favor of other burgers I have had since then.



    No way. Riley went Velvet Turtle on all yall. I ate at the Turtle with my Grandpa and his brother in West LA in the early 80's when I was 2-8. I can't speak on the burgers.

    Bulldog grill in Fresno has a killer avacado burger and all the burgees are pretty swell.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 4:24 pm
  • The Round Corner, midtown Sacramento
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 7:11 pm
  • There used to be an old Dairy Queen in Vancouver WA that was never bought out by the Brazier franchise. They used to have the best damn burgers anywhere. I wonder if it's still there. Burgerville is another favorite. But now that I'm in the Seattle area I do love by some Bob's Burger and Brew and Blazing Onion. NOM
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 9:06 pm
  • Oof, I remember that DQ, always would stop there on family vacations as a kid. Great food. Tainted me on DQ for the rest of my life.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Fri Jun 28, 2013 10:39 pm
  • #1. Helen's Drive In, in Gardiner, Montana. 1/2 pound buffalo burger with the works, served with home-style fries and a huge pickle slice. And Helen remembers your name.

    #2. Kua Aina Burger, in Haliewa, Hawaii. Three 1/2 pound specialties; all good: Ortega chili burger, avocado burger, and pineapple burger, all magnificent. Works, fries, right on the beach.

    #3. Jeff's Pirates Cove, Talofofo, Guam. 1/2 pound burgers, or optional catch-your-own-fish-and-watch-them-cook-it burger. Served with fries and plenty of pirate ambiance. Quite literally a beach bar.

    @ CANHawk: that Vera's burger looks like the shizzzzzzzznit! I'd eat the hell out of that burger!

    @ Juggy: McGuires in P-Cola! Hells yes that is a great place!
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 12:00 am
  • Fat Smitty Burger in Port Townsend.

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    The Smitty Burger is essentially a big mac with bacon, but made with real food and not whatever it is that comes out of a McDonalds. A double bacon cheeseburger with a bun in the middle. Smitty uses a blend of beef with relatively little fat (7%) that's made specifically for his restaurant by a butcher in Silverdale and you can taste the difference. It's fresh, juicy, and if you put the burger down, you won't be able to pick it back up again. The fries are good, but you hardly need them after the giant burger.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 12:53 am
  • E.C. Laloosh wrote:Hodads in San Diego (Ocean Beach), CA

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    Tiny's Tavern in Ocean Beach had a damn good burger with all the fixins. I was planning to go to Hodad's but I was persuaded otherwise by the locals.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 1:55 am
  • Throwdown wrote:
    Am I white trash if I think Herfee's has a dope grilled onion and bacon burger?


    I think Herfy's is really underrated. I love the Herfy's in Georgetown. Great place to get a burger and fries. They have great fry sauce too.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 4:31 am
  • Oof wrote:......... But now that I'm in the Seattle area I do love by some Bob's Burger and Brew.....

    There's a Bob's in Kennewick too, south end of town by the new High School (Southridge). I've eaten there several times on my way back home to Vancouver from visiting family in Spokane. Pretty damned good indeed.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 7:56 am
  • bigtrain21 wrote:
    Throwdown wrote:
    Am I white trash if I think Herfee's has a dope grilled onion and bacon burger?


    I think Herfy's is really underrated. I love the Herfy's in Georgetown. Great place to get a burger and fries. They have great fry sauce too.


    Wow. Herfy's. Haven't heard that name in awhile. I used to work at the one on Elliot Ave between Queen Anne and Magnolia back in high school. I don't believe it's there anymore, fact, I didn't think they even existed anymore. I always thought they had some really good burgers. Half priced employee meals. Oh man, the perks of working in the fast food industry 8)

    There was a tavern on the north side of queen anne by the Fremont bridge that was known for it's burgers, 310 tavern i think it was called, yeah they were damn tasty.

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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 9:05 am
  • bigtrain21 wrote:
    Throwdown wrote:
    Am I white trash if I think Herfee's has a dope grilled onion and bacon burger?


    I think Herfy's is really underrated. I love the Herfy's in Georgetown. Great place to get a burger and fries. They have great fry sauce too.



    This. Their fish and chips arent terrible either.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 9:07 am
  • Can't lie, this thread made me want to head down the hill into Orting for some Herfy's...
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 9:17 am
  • Throwdown wrote:Can't lie, this thread made me want to head down the hill into Orting for some Herfy's...



    They have the best condiment selection ever.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 9:33 am
  • No ones going to name 5 Guys? lol you can get anything you want on your burger!

    Only went once and i had BBQ Sauce, Jalapeno's, Bacon, and Grilled onions, couldn't finish the 500 potatoes worth of fries they gave me though.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 10:43 am
  • Throwdown wrote:No ones going to name 5 Guys? lol you can get anything you want on your burger!

    Only went once and i had BBQ Sauce, Jalapeno's, Bacon, and Grilled onions, couldn't finish the 500 potatoes worth of fries they gave me though.


    There was a place like that in Cali I went to once and I just thought it was too many options. You would have to eat there too many times before you dialed in the correct sequence. I think thsts why In & Out is so popular. Its simple and pretty close to perfect.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 12:18 pm
  • I enjoy Red Onion Burgers in Mountlake Terrace.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 4:47 pm
  • 5 guys does indeed make some righteous french fries. The peanut oil makes all the difference. And it is a very tasty burger.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 6:00 pm
  • If we are talking french fries 5 guys would be on the list, but as far as a burger, not spectacular. You can't put all the crap you want on a burger, but whats required is a nice good flavored juicy beef pattie, reasonably thick but not too thick, the bun has to be just right, its a combination.. Look at XXX in Issaquah, great ambiance, great shakes, giant burgers, but its all toppings and no meat, thats not a burger, thats a mess.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 6:33 pm
  • You guys ever been to Wendys?
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 7:13 pm
  • SonicHawk wrote:You guys ever been to Wendys?


    Went to A&W today. Those are some DOPE onion rings...
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 8:20 pm
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sat Jun 29, 2013 10:59 pm
  • i can't recall what it was called, but a month ago i took a random back country road trip with my kids from Woodland WA, up to Cougar, then the back road to Carson, WA... cut across over the Bridge of the Gods and stopped in at the Char Burger and had this masterpiece...

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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sun Jun 30, 2013 6:59 am
  • Best Burger, Riverdale Road in Ogden Utah. THe mushroom burger is made of crack, I think.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sun Jun 30, 2013 8:41 am
  • djTOY2000 wrote:i can't recall what it was called, but a month ago i took a random back country road trip with my kids from Woodland WA, up to Cougar, then the back road to Carson, WA... cut across over the Bridge of the Gods and stopped in at the Char Burger and had this masterpiece...

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    I believe he's referring to the Char Burger in Cascade Locks, Oregon folks. IIRC there's one in Hood River too.

    That looks delicious DJ. I ride out that way a lot. Will have to stop in and try one.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sun Jun 30, 2013 9:45 am
  • Living in SoCal, I've grown up on In N' Out and I'd have to say it's the best fast-food burger I've ever had.

    HOWEVER...

    The best burger I've ever had was the one at Father's Office in LA (Culver City for you locals).
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sun Jun 30, 2013 10:07 am
  • hawksfansinceday1 wrote:
    djTOY2000 wrote:i can't recall what it was called, but a month ago i took a random back country road trip with my kids from Woodland WA, up to Cougar, then the back road to Carson, WA... cut across over the Bridge of the Gods and stopped in at the Char Burger and had this masterpiece...

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    I believe he's referring to the Char Burger in Cascade Locks, Oregon folks. IIRC there's one in Hood River too.

    That looks delicious DJ. I ride out that way a lot. Will have to stop in and try one.


    We usually stop at Char Burger any time we head up the gorge. It's been a few years though. Heading in that direction in about a month to go to Yellowstone, so we'll definatly be stopping by. Good grub indeed.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sun Jun 30, 2013 2:03 pm
  • Can't believe nobody has mentioned "Frugals".

    That place makes a killer bacon cheese.......
    But I will also give a nod to the Herfy's. If you can find one that's kind of like a Ma and Pa Herfey's, they make a ridiculously good burger.
    There is one in Fife, a little hole in the wall place. Fries and burgers there are off the charts.

    But for the best freakin fast food burger, Frugal's all the way.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sun Jun 30, 2013 2:45 pm
  • Stiletto wrote:Can't believe nobody has mentioned "Frugals".

    That place makes a killer bacon cheese.......
    But I will also give a nod to the Herfy's. If you can find one that's kind of like a Ma and Pa Herfey's, they make a ridiculously good burger.
    There is one in Fife, a little hole in the wall place. Fries and burgers there are off the charts.

    But for the best freakin fast food burger, Frugal's all the way.


    BROOOO!

    I forgot all about Frugals! I haven't eaten there since I was like 14 though, their shakes are some pretty dope stuff too.

    The place in Fife is awesome too, their cherry shake??? my lawd.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sun Jun 30, 2013 3:19 pm
  • Yea, I work just down the road from the one in Fife......
    I'm on a quest to lose weight though. I'm down 17 lbs and need to lose 5 more to be in the 170's for the first time in forever.
    The Herfy's temptation is killing me. PLUS i drive by a Frugals on the way home......oh man the temptation.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sun Jun 30, 2013 7:36 pm
  • Quick Pick! Thats the place in Fife, need to make it back over there one day.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sun Jun 30, 2013 7:48 pm
  • Wanted to tell you that I have tried 5 Guys and Fat Burger just from some of you mentioning them.

    Thought neither was up to McDs Quarter Pounder with cheese. Yes I thought they were both that average. And to add insult to injury they make you wait forever, charge you more, and give you perhaps adaquate service and barely that.

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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sun Jun 30, 2013 7:52 pm
  • The Radish wrote:Wanted to tell you that I have tried 5 Guys and Fat Burger just from some of you mentioning them.

    Thought neither was up to McDs Quarter Pounder with cheese. Yes I thought they were both that average. And to add insult to injury they make you wait forever, charge you more, and give you perhaps adaquate service and barely that.

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    Never been impressed with Fat Burger myself.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Sun Jun 30, 2013 7:58 pm
  • Could've been worse, Radish, you could've hit up Sonic, talk about boring ass food.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Mon Jul 01, 2013 5:10 am
  • The Radish wrote:Wanted to tell you that I have tried 5 Guys and Fat Burger just from some of you mentioning them.

    Thought neither was up to McDs Quarter Pounder with cheese. Yes I thought they were both that average. And to add insult to injury they make you wait forever, charge you more, and give you perhaps adaquate service and barely that.

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    I completely agree about Five Guys. In regards to service; the guy behind the counter kept pimping the burgers as "the best burger ever." After waiting so long for the food the spiel wore thin quickly. Decent but, nowhere near best burger ever.

    I have a fondness for Hudson's Hamburgers in Coeur'D'alene Idaho. Simple, inexpensive and delicious. Burgers are made to order and cooked right in front of you.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Mon Jul 01, 2013 5:26 am
  • I forgot Thrifty Scottman for the Spokane Valley crowd. My memory says they are good but its been awhile.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Mon Jul 01, 2013 7:51 am
  • CALIHAWK1 wrote:I forgot Thrifty Scottman for the Spokane Valley crowd. My memory says they are good but its been awhile.



    My Father (67) loves the Thrifty Scotsman. I guess I missed the boat. We were on a job in the Valley and my dad insisted on the "Thrifty" Day after day. Old decor, greasy surroundings. Decent food but, appalling atmosphere.

    If you're in the Spokane Valley, go to the Big "R" better value, better price. Oh yeah. Better food.
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Re: Best burger you've ever had
Mon Jul 01, 2013 8:46 am
  • Skillet is my new favorite, but Red Mill is my old trusty stand by. :)
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