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Burgers have dominated the conversation this summer, but don’t they always? Burger titan Josh Ozersky weighed in with two separate top 10 lists. One was dedicated to American cheeseburgers served on squishy buns, such as Keller’s Drive-In, in Dallas; the other list celebrated more unorthodox burgers.
No surprise, you loyal Eatocracy readers have strong opinions on burgers. Also about Josh’s list. “Do you eat with your ***? This list needs to be printed, shredded, burned, and served to you. it might taste better than the swill listed,” wrote commenter "anna mousse."
So let’s talk about the seven burger places you shouted out the most. Read carefully, Josh Ozersky.
Port of Call - New Orleans, Louisiana
Ray’s Hell-Burger and Ray’s to the Third - Arlington, Virginia
Hodad’s - San Diego, California area
Burger chains got a lot of love, too.
In-N-Out Burger - Arizona, California, Nevada, Texas, Utah
Whataburger - Texas and the Southern United States
McDonald’s - Worldwide
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