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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by the_sptony, Feb 20, 2012.
An In N Out in the terminal at LAX would absolutely murder.
Nothing else is even close
I think I posted this in here before. Get the pastrami burger
as soon as i saw oops' post i thought the same thing
doesn't change the fact that five guys, and i imagine in-n-out burger, poops turds on whataburger
shut up WTX
You're trying way too hard, devine
LOL Whataburger is Burger King tier.... AKA shit.
There's also a Roscoe's near LAX
according to admin premier taques i have to eat one of those a1 burgers and take a pic of to get access to the texas board
may not eat for 48 hours before or after
I love how Farva and devine have become effs
I try to limit myself to one burger a week these days, so I try to get it from someplace like Smash or Steak and Shake. I think this will be my next one. Not fast food, but it looks amazing. It's from Flemming's Prime Steakhouse, half pound of prime sirloin with cheddar and pepper bacon. Only 6 bucks between 5 and 7 in the bar. I am thinking of buying two and making myself a double.
it's on laurens rd, off of 385. i hit it up a few months ago, fries tasted different than normal, haven't been back since
you should go to supercity 's brunch place. it's gotten good reviews so far
Already looked into that. Would be about a 50min drive.
Seriously though you have to believe those who say whataburger is the best are just trolling. They have to be
My favorite is Ronnies, at 13:14
now i want a burger because of this thread
That looks awful.
Also, a burger joint that uses frozen fries gets auto dq'd.
Five Guys is right across the street from our office. Might go there for lunch
Whataburger is better than shit in shit out burger. Five guys is better than in and out. Carls jr and jack in the crack are better than in and out. For me in Jax it goes Ted's Montana Grill 1. five guys 2. whataburger 3. As far as chains go.
I too, enjoy comparing a sit down steak house burger to fast food.
1a. Five Guys
1b. In N Out
And yes, Ted's Montana Grill has some damn good burgers.
Your opinion isn't wrong, it's just terrible.
i've said it before, and i'll say it again. the best burger i've ever had came from a little bar in chicago named English's.
i was completely shithoused, but i remember each bite vividly.
pretzel bun, lettuce, tomato, onion, avocado, pepperjack, mustard.
i yearn to have that burger just one more time
true, point taken. But the other 2 are still better fast food chain burgers than In and Out. fish The western bacon cheeseburger at Carls is better than anything In and out has. I do absolutely hate In and Out and would rather troll through Del Taco's dumpster can of a menu than eat at in and out.
Absolutely love that burger, potato roll/bun takes it over the top. Make sure to get the onion rings and a side of their F17 sauce, and baby you got grade A dinner goin'.
To each his own.
I am going to have to give Five Guys another look based on this thread. I have never been overly impressed with their burger.
in-n-out 0.1 miles from where i'll be working
has anyone had the Memphis BBQ Thickburger?
About to try Smashburger for the first time
Standing in steak and shake. Just getting a half price peanut butter cup shake but damn the burgers look and smell great.
Very impressed with Smashburger. I got the Classic burger with fries. Burger was terrific, and the fries were good too. The "sweet" tea was a little too fruity for me, but still tastes good nonetheless.
one opened in my town. really not impressed. their crispy chicken is the better sandwich there. fries are good. their shakes are overrated.
Only place I'm ever getting a milkshake is CookOut
I shed a tear the first time I entered there and saw that incredible menu...
Had a huge cookout burger a couple weeks ago... It was as expected, amazing. Mayo, cheese, and Chili.
I tried Shake Shack and In-N-Out side by side — and it's clear which one is better
So underwhelmed by Shake Shack.
For a comparative to Five Guys, anybody had Burger Fi in Orlando?
The endless debate. East vs. West. In-N-Out Burger vs. Shake Shack.
While planning a vacation to sunny Austin, Texas, I noticed something peculiar. The town has a Shake Shack and an In-N-Out Burger within its boundaries. Truly, Austin is a "weird" place.
In fact, Austin is one of only two cities — the other being Las Vegas — where the chains coexist.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/shake-shack-versus-in-n-out-faceoff-2015-9#ixzz3kiBrURB9
Is there a Whataburger in Vegas? Or is Austin the only city in the solar system that has the trifecta?
This newb referred to CFA sauce as their nugget sauce and said it wasn't good enough to make the list, invalidating the entire list itself