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There aren't any good burgers in Vienna :(

The best one I ever had was maybe 50 meters off broadway, around 105th-110th. Can't remember the name but I still remember how amazing the burger was.

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Ya haven't had anything till you've had a green chili cheese burger from the Bobcat Bite. East of Sante Fe

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No way calling it the best but definitely an honorable mention:

The Chili Cheese Burger at White Thrash Fast Food. (preferably the ones from before they moved)

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deff in n out. they just opened one in my city and there is still like a half hour wait

also a restaurant called McMahonns (sp?) in my town has some hella good burgers, but theyre $25, worth it though.

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Best burger Ive had was at Bullshead in West Portal (SF). Buffalo with chedder... fuck that was awsome, but out here in Japan its hard to get anything comparable.

Chuck Burger

Cheeseburger (American, Swiss, Cheddar, Monterey Jack, or Mozzarella)

Pepper Jack

Teriyaki or Hickory BBQ Burger

Blue Cheese & Mozzarella Combination

Sauteed Mushroom & Grilled Onion Burger

Sauteed Oyster Mushroom Burger

Hawaiian Burger (Teriyaki sauce & topped with pineapple rings)

Sauteed Fresh Garlic Burger

Bacon & Cheese Burger

Avocado & Bacon Burger

Chili Burger with Cheddar Cheese

The Challenger (Avocado, bacon, cheddar, jack, mushrooms, & onions)

Western Burger (BBQ, bacon, cheddar cheese, onions rings)

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both my brother and i thought that mos burger was disgusting, dont know if we got a bad one but it was not something that was enjoyed.

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mmm... Splitz Grill up in whistler British Columbia

so good to come to the bottom of the hill mid day and eat one then go back out n ride some more

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in n out is good but i wouldnt call it the best for the lack of superb meat. i've had some amazing burgers in my time. theres a spot in SF that i found in lonely planet that was pretty damn good. cant remember much else at this time. i do eat in n out nearly 3 times a week if not more since i cant go anywhere without driving by one (right at the end of my street)

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my local dairy bell has the best burgers

honorable mention to in n out

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We take eighteen ounces of sizzling ground beef, and soak it in rich,

creamery butter, then we top it off with bacon, ham, and a fried egg.

We call it the Good Morning Burger.

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golden steer in stanton, ca. right by my house too, damn their burgers are good. bacon cheese is amazing!

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don't remember exactly what was on it but i know the beef was american kobe. probably had cheddar cheese, bacon, and ketchup. i like 'em simple. it was at The Burger Bar in Mandalay Place in Vegas last july. Best burger I've ever had.

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hmmm 5 guys just opened 2 locations in brooklyn and queens, gotta check it out

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The Godfather burger @ The Lyndenwood diner in E.N.Y. near spring creek gardens

half pound buger roasted red bell pepper grilled onions mozzarella and very light marinara add to that a ton of waffle fries and3 french connections and you are stuffed and buzzed

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in toronto, i've tried it all.

my mom makes the best homemade burger, but next to her, it'd have to be the drake hotel burger. rated toronto's #1 by torontolife. it's true.

organic ground beef. have the white cheeseburger version. $10 combo well worth it.

fries are dope, happy happy.

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Bacon Cheeseburger from Donut's Diner, Brooklyn, NY.

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The Bull's Head Tavern @ West Portal in San Francisco, CA

The Challenger

1/2 lb buffalo, avocado, bacon, cheddar, Monterey Jack, mushrooms & onions.

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So far In N Out, but I've been a vegetarian for the past 16 odd years, so I've only been eating the things for about six months.

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So far In N Out, but I've been a vegetarian for the past 16 odd years, so I've only been eating the things for about six months.

In N Out is one of those burgers that, while not the best in terms of a gourmet type burger, they taste fucking amazing. I'm sad I didn't have more of them (animal style of course) while I was back home.

The only thing comparable (while grossly overpriced) is Shake Shack in NYC.

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The Shack Stack

Two patties, a patty deep fried with cheese and portobello inside... oh the goodness.

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i dont remember where it was but i had a burger once with a ton of chili and 23974974 jalapenos on top...jesus christ that was a good burger.

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In N Out is one of those burgers that, while not the best in terms of a gourmet type burger, they taste fucking amazing. I'm sad I didn't have more of them (animal style of course) while I was back home.

The only thing comparable (while grossly overpriced) is Shake Shack in NYC.

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The Shack Stack

Two patties, a patty deep fried with cheese and portobello inside... oh the goodness.

shake shack is extremely tasty, but ever since they cut the trans fat out of their frying oil, the french fries have never tasted as good...

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wounche or winche or wuicnhe brothers (i cant remember the spelling)

its in old town springs, tx and i think is one of the oldest buildings in the whole state

and it still makes the greatest fucking burger ive ever tasted.

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