It's Burger Time! ...what's your fav?

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It's Burger Time! ...what's your fav?

Postby Whiterook » Wed Feb 15, 2017 10:01 pm

The Hamburger. The Universe's way of saying, "Everything will be alright!" A true GIFT from the God's, as we all know mighty Zeus couldn't pass a McDonald's! What's your favorite?

Mine used to be from a little place called "The Steaming Tender" (reference to a locomotive tender), which is a local restaurant, housed in what used to be the Palmer Railroad Station. Palmer is a hub for freight trains, and used to be for passenger trains (though AmTrack still runs past the old station). This place had burgers to-die-for, grilled to perfection, with am outdoorsey BBQ smoke taste. But alas, cooks change, and so did my fav burger.

So I must settle for my 2nd Place (now 1st)..... Red Robin

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My burger of choice is actually their signature cheeseburger....

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Red Robin Gourmet Cheeseburger -- The one that made them famous. Featuring Red's pickle relish, tomatoes, onions, lettuce, pickles, mayo and choice of cheese. Love it! They have amazing fries, too. The chain has it's own seasoning, too, which I can't describe, other than it's fantastic!!! ...I shake it on the fries, and on the burger as I eat it. DAMN!

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This is their mascot....

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Re: It's Burger Time! ...what's your fav?

Postby Frizzenspark » Sun Feb 19, 2017 9:30 pm

Tricky; we just had a Red Robin move into the area; I've eaten them elsewhere, they're good of course.

Locally, we have the Max & Erma's.... they do some great burgers too.
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Re: It's Burger Time! ...what's your fav?

Postby Whiterook » Tue Feb 21, 2017 5:57 pm

I've seen Max & Erma's on travel but, never had a chance to go in....I'll have to make a point of it next time I see one.
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