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    It's important that the fries bend and maybe drip when you pick them up.

    Around these parts it's not a burger without green chile.
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    Cool The Other One, Oak Ridge TN

    The best menu of burgers and other specialty sandwiches. You want it, they'll make it. My wife loves their crawfish po boy, but for me it's usually a burger with pepper jack...bacon & chili. Mmmmmmm.....

    http://www.theotheronediner.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkchris View Post
    It's important that the fries bend and maybe drip when you pick them up.

    Around these parts it's not a burger without green chile.
    Been to The Range Cafe around you, good chow.....

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    Norma's

    Norma's Burgers, just off I-5 at Nisqually, north of Olympia, WA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norwood View Post
    Here is an unique one....

    http://themoonshinestore.com/

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    Val's in Hayward, CA

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    AWESOME... and close to home..

    Speaking of close to home, some great non-chain burgers in my area (Madison WI):

    The Blue Moon, old University Ave;

    Oakcrest, old Middleton Rd (my joint in the hood);

    Tony Franks, Seminole Hwy;

    Riley Tavern, Klevenville-Riley Rd (between Verona and Mt. Horeb);

    the Village Bar, Mineral Point Road;

    And downtown are Dotty Dumplings Dowry and the Plaza...

    ...Hey, I'm kinda hungry. You?

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    Best burgers...

    Pilot Butte Drive-In, Bend, OR
    Don't forget the gravy for your fries, or the chocolate milkshake

    Killer Burger, Bingen, WA
    These guys have one that requires your signature on a waiver before they serve it to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by RUDYJO View Post
    Is this a bit like the travel magazines that list the 10 best places to live?
    The population goes up 25% and then it isn't such a great place to live anymore.

    If I had a great, out of the way place to get a burger, I would be inclined to keep keep it that way.

    Hmmm.... Maybe the owners would appreciate the advertising? Just saying...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclepilot View Post
    Pilot Butte Drive-In, Bend, OR
    Don't forget the gravy for your fries, or the chocolate milkshake
    Drive in as in kids on roller skates coming over to take your order..? I love that style of diner!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomDac View Post
    +1 on Val's


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    There is a small chain in Northern California called Nation's Giant Hamburgers. Decent burger. Not a Mom and Pop, but close to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ARGENT BRICK View Post
    There is a small chain in Northern California called Nation's Giant Hamburgers. Decent burger. Not a Mom and Pop, but close to it.
    On one of my flights, a number of years ago, I sat next to a fellow who's grandmother started that that burger stand. An interesting story! I've eaten in them several times and always good, however you don't see them very often. If I'm in the mood for a burger, I'm happy to see an IN-n-OUT burger.

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    Nation's is more money, but it is a much better burger than In-n-Out.

    My wife and I were recently at In-n-Out , and she just had her first "Animal Style" burger.

    So, are you going to tell us the Nation's story?
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenfiddich View Post
    Drive in as in kids on roller skates coming over to take your order..? I love that style of diner!
    Sorry, no skates at this one, but they do walk out with your food, or you can eat inside next to the open pit fire in the center of the dining area

    Dandy's is also in Bend, and they do have the roller skates... inexpensive and tasty there too, but more like fast food.
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