Apple PanThe Apple Pan Hickory Burger is a West LA institution. Great meat, tangy sauce, and not at all greasy.
I was raised on these babies. Matched with an order of fries, a cream soda, and followed by a slice of fresh pecan pie, the Hickory Burger, with a century-old recipe, is a delicious meaty delight.
Update: My boyfriend, who doesn't like tomato based sauces (wtf, right?) had the Steakburger (which I'd never tried before). The Steakburger is also totally delicious, so if you're a freak like he is, you'll be happy at the Apple Pan.
Taylors SteakhouseTaylor's is an old-fashioned carnivore's fantasyland. Deep red leather booths, oil paintings on the walls, full bar and minimal lighting.
I could really go on all day about this place, but this is about burgers. The Wednesday sandwich lunch special is $8.95 for soup or salad and a magnificent cheeseburger made from steak trimmings. This is the best burger meat I have ever tasted.
- 3Everyone says that In-N-Out has the best fast food hamburger in Los Angeles, but I would beg to differ.
Fatburger is an arguably superior fast food experience. I think the meat is better. The fries and milkshakes are DEFINITELY better. I also dig the menu variety. Great turkey and veggie burgers for the non-red meat eaters (heathens).
Another thing I really love about Fatburger is the variety of sizes. A full sized burger, shake and fries is a huge meal, so I often get the Baby Fatburger. Damn. I literally JUST had lunch, and thinking about Fatburger is making me start to drool...
8 oz Burger BarIf you're going for the gourmet fancy shmancy burger, I recommend 8 oz.
They have good meat, an awesome variety of sauces, a great selection of beers, and they also have truffled potato skins. I'm serious. The malts are also worth a try.
Yes, it's 10 dollars for the 8 oz. (house) burger. And no, there's really nothing too remarkable about it. It's still a damn good burger and a thousand times better than the Counter.
- 5Get me a double-double animal style and a chocolate shake.
Fresh and tasty, inexpensive and a little greasy, In-N-Out serves up a mighty fine burger. And I love that special sauce. Yummyyy
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