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02:03 PM on 07/22/2013
In-n-Out is the best ever, I don't know why we like them so much but I know I always do what HP tells me and they just love them. They have those Bible verses printed on their cups, so I get a little confused, but still I'm sticking with HP.
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02:03 PM on 07/22/2013
Five Guys
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blisster
Need more micro-bio fuel for my mitochondria
03:07 PM on 07/22/2013
If you like a thin over cooked piece of mediocre beef, served a soggy over processed bun.
01:57 PM on 07/22/2013
Lions Choice is a St Louis place. Really good roast beef sandwiches. Imagine Arby's, except the food tastes good.
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Nutcase
From Nashville, Tennistan.
01:50 PM on 07/22/2013
I want no more chains. There used to be more variety. There used to be more pride in product. Read the frequent stories of what underpaid workers do to food. Employees were somewhat more highly valued, and it showed in their work. The chains drive out moms and pops. Tastes differ, particularly across the country. Wow, you can have that with or without some sauce that nature can't be blamed for. It didn't used to be a big promotion when foods were grown locally. It was, "of course." Get rid of all chains. It's a product of the lowest common denominator.
01:49 PM on 07/22/2013
Two reasons I wonder about the objective quality of this list:

1) White Castle & Krystal -- yuck. We've always called them Dirtburgers. No thank you!

2) Where is Culver's?
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Nutcase
From Nashville, Tennistan.
01:51 PM on 07/22/2013
Our term is 'gut bombs.'
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ELI SKATES
Mine is mine and yours won't take its place
03:02 PM on 07/22/2013
I don't think Culver's qualifies on this list since it's in almost every state in the U.S.
I do agree that they have fantastic burgers. Their fries, on the other hand, are pretty terrible.
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Mikeystyle
01:47 PM on 07/22/2013
Steak N Shake puts all others to shame.
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CharlieTuba
01:39 PM on 07/22/2013
In-N-Out is probably one of the best fast-food companies to work for. Employee are treated with respect and get reasonable benefits. Two reasons they don't go national: they refuse to franchise and they want there outlets near their meat suppliers.

Some might be upset by their biblical scriptures (i.e. John 3:16) printed in unobtrusive locations on their cup and wrappers, but if no one told me about this I wouldn't have noticed. (http://badmouth.net/in-n-outs-bible-passages/)
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CharlieTuba
01:00 AM on 07/24/2013
Oops typos! Mea culpa! "Employee" should be plural ("Employees"). I also use "there" when I should have used "their".
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Jason Fleece
The Leftist Lizard with a heart.
01:37 PM on 07/22/2013
Dick's Hamburgers used to be something in the Seattle area, but lately they went downhill. Dry and uninspiring food these days.
01:32 PM on 07/22/2013
Coming from Chicago I have to throw Portillos's into the fray here. Amazing fresh flame broiled burgers, Onion rings are some of the best I've ever had, melt in your mouth Chicago Italian Beef and they have a Chocolate cake shake (literally a chocolate shake with chocolate cake blended in). I've had In and Out and Whataburger and they can stay in the regions they are currently confined to.
04:19 PM on 07/22/2013
I agree with Portillo's. I used to always eat there when I was in the area. Except I seldom order burgers. Usually, it was either the Maxwell St. Sausage or the Italian Beef with Giardinara, dipped. Sweet gravy goodness!

In and Out is overrated. They seem to have this mystique about them. Based on their food, I would rather eat at Hardee's or Culver's any day of the week.
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captainswife
01:31 PM on 07/22/2013
In 'N Out is probably the most disgusting food I've eaten. I tried it back in my 20s, like it, tried it again later on and vomited. Never again. I won't try Five Guys, either, since it's selling point is that it's just like In 'N Out. Not even taking the chance.
01:26 PM on 07/22/2013
Krystal is a poor imitation of White Kastle. It needs to keep its market where folks don't know any better.
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01:21 PM on 07/22/2013
in-n-out is really a fad chain, not a fab chain. seems to be trendy to rate them high but they are average at best. this, from someone who could eat a burger every day...i know the difference between good and great!
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Oregonlib
Honey we're out of micro-bio
01:47 PM on 07/22/2013
This fad has been going for quite some time now.
01:20 PM on 07/22/2013
Harvey's in Ontario, Canada should be in the US.
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PalaceOfWisdom
Don't Sleep With Mean People
01:19 PM on 07/22/2013
It's hard to think of a national chain that doesn't sacrifice quality for maximum profits. As soon as you go from actual cooks/chefs to factories, mass production and minimum wage "food preparers" it's all over.
01:02 PM on 07/22/2013
YUCK white castle?