Special Report

Best Burger Joint in Every State

Source: Courtesy of Grandstand Burgers

Kansas: Grandstand Burgers
> Location: Overland Park

Opened in 2002, Grandstand focuses on delicious ingredients and cooks burgers to perfection on its classic menu while getting creative with its specialty menu. The classic menu is mostly made up of burgers with lettuce, tomato, cheese, onion, ketchup, mustard, and mayo. The specialties feature burgers stacked with a plethora of ingredients, but without getting too wacky. They also have shakes, malts, fries, tots, etc..

Source: Courtesy of Laha's Red Castle

Kentucky: Laha’s Red Castle
> Location: Hodgenville

Laha’s has been around since 1934. They have burgers, chili dogs, regular dogs, chicken nuggets, French fries, onion rings, and that’s it! Why reinvent the wheel when you’ve perfected the wheel, right? The food is cheap and the place is relaxed. You get a burger, you hang out, you enjoy life — a timeless formula.

Source: Courtesy of Judice Inn

Louisiana: Judice Inn
> Location: Lafayette

The Judice Inn has never been an inn and has always sold burgers, ever since it was built by hand by its founders Alcide and Marc Judice. They’d just returned from World War II and wanted to provide the people with delicious and cheap food. The family business adds a Louisiana taste to its burgers with its secret sauce. They also pride themselves on not selling fries.

Maine: Harmon’s Lunch
> Location: Falmouth

Harmon’s Lunch — or Harmon’s Burgers as it’s often called — is another spot that keeps it simple and delicious. The little white building houses some indoor seating and plain decorations. They offer burgers, hot dogs, grilled cheese, fries, and onion rings and only accept cash. Harmon’s has the feel of an old-fashioned side-of-the-road lunch spot.

Source: Courtesy of Jamal B. via Yelp

Maryland: Burger Bros.
> Location: Towson

Close enough to Baltimore to win “Best Burger in Baltimore” from Baltimore Magazine, Burger Bros. — tucked away in a nondescript shopping center — doesn’t peddle any gimmicks. They sell burgers, turkey burgers, chicken sandwiches, chicken wings, hot dogs, fries, and onion rings.

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