Friday, October 30, 2009

Who Makes the Tastiest Hamburgers?

By Laura Hertz

There are so many places to get a good burger from all around the United States. you can be in a big city or a small village, and you'll still be hard pressed not to find somewhere within a few miles that offers a burger. There are so many major fast food chains with thousands of branches, in addition to local shops that do just as well.

No nation loves a good burger as much as we do in the USA. Not only are burgers abundant throughout the country, but there are a number of different styles to choose from. Whether you're looking at a chain burger or a kobe beef burger, you can find almost anything.

For the sake of this article, we're going to have a quick look at a few of the leading chains, and from there we'll determine which seems to be the favorite amongst its patrons. We're going purely on the basis of reviews, awards, and trends throughout the nation.

Coming from someone who's eaten many burgers, I can say that it's really hard to narrow this down to just one or two, but I'm basing my answers on those of the masses here, as awards and surveys speak for themselves.

It's true that the staples of fast food are the Whopper and the Big Mac, but you'd be surprised to know that these aren't the top rated burgers in the country. The West Coast chain, In-N-Out, wins the battle here.

Patrons absolutely love the fact that its meat is never frozen and the fries are hand cut. Everything tastes extremely fresh for fast food, they say. You won't even have to spend much money for it.

In N Out does great with reviews but it's only present in the West coast. What won on the other side of the country? Well, the favorite burger of the East coast is Five Guys. Everyone in the East loves Five Guys, including United States president Barack Obama.

While many other chains are loved by Americans, these two have done the best in recent years. Can any of the other giants catch up?

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