Discussion in 'The Thunderdome' started by tidwell, Aug 29, 2011.
Is Burger Bar the place off State St. in Bristol?
Any place that offers duck or goose liver pate as a topping for a burger makes me nervous.
That is correct, on Piedmont, around corner from Cameo theater.
I dunno if it's worth ranking it high or whatever, but I'd be lyin' if I said a burger from Gus's Good Times Deli didn't hit the spot.
Had a burger there a few years back. Not bad.
Had a burger from the aptly named "Burger Joint" in NYC. First class burger, with no frills. Just south of Central Park fwiw.
Interesting. We never saw that place. You on vacation, jo?
It's inside the Le Parker Meridien Hotel. You'd never find it unless you were looking for it. Deliciousness.
'Tis a great burger.
Been there Nyy?
I've still got so many places to see in NYC, apparently. Two trips isn't enough
If it it involves meat and buns, it's a safe bet nyy's been there.
Tried the bacon cheeseburger from Sesame in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Good, solid burger.
The grilled corn on the cob stole the show. Would recommend if you are ever down here.
Do they serve salads? If they do, don't tell my gf.
I've been on a steamed cheeseburger kick lately. There's lots of imitators of the few original places, and the quality ranges from wonderful to inedible.
Steamed hammys and cheeses are the ultimate in delicious.
when in Fayetteville ,check out kens burgers get a slaw burger,,then go to the Vann town diner and get the Vann town burger....yum
New entry into the great burger contest is the cheeseburger at Port of Call in New Orleans. It tastes as though it's either char-broiled or cooked over charcoal. Delicious and perfect medium hamburger.
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