Special Report

Best Burger Joint in Every State

Source: Courtesy of Richwine's Burgerville

Montana: Richwine’s Burgerville
> Location: Polson

“The best burger goin'” is the motto at Richwine’s, a family-owned drive-in restaurant that’s been around for over 50 years. Their beef is locally sourced from Montana cattle and hand-ground on the premises, then turned into double or triple burgers covered in the usual toppings. They also offer some seafood options and foot-long hot dogs. The restaurant is seasonal and open from March to September.

Source: Courtesy of Brett M. via Yelp

Nebraska: Bob’s Bar & Grill
> Location: Martinsburg

Bob’s whips up cheeseburgers, cheeseballs, and hamburgers on Main Street. The plain-enough building houses amazing food and a friendly atmosphere. Bob’s is not the type of place that skimps on the portions or flavors. It’s also reasonably priced and they have a variety of sides like mushrooms, mozzarella sticks, and even gizzards. The place keeps it old-fashioned and only accepts cash or checks.

Source: Courtesy of Hannah J. via Yelp

Nevada: Beefy’s
> Location: Reno

Beefy’s is known for a variety of delicious foods. Besides their fresh-ground burgers, they also have hot dogs overflowing with toppings, smothered fries, piles of onion rings, and delicious chicken wings. The spot is a popular watering hole that has over 40 craft and imported beers. Beefy’s opened under current ownership in 2014 but the building is historic and filled with a comfortable and friendly atmosphere.

New Hampshire: Gilley’s Diner
> Location: Portsmouth

Gilley’s Lunch cart was built in 1940 and was hauled into Market Square each evening to serve locals. It was originally towed by a horse and eventually a truck. Now Gilley’s doesn’t move but the same diner car is used and the truck that towed it is even still attached to the front. The owners have worked hard to retain the original charm even if they’ve added additional space and expanded the menu. They serve up cheap burgers and dogs covered in delicious and classic toppings.

Source: Courtesy of Anthony V. via Yelp

New Jersey: White Rose Hamburgers
> Location: Highland Park

Open until midnight on the weekends, White Rose is a classic diner that’s known for all sorts of food — most definitely including its burgers. The place serves breakfast all day and hamburgers for breakfast if that’s what you really want. The burgers are straightforward and don’t deviate too much from the classic formula. There are also a variety of sandwiches and other specials for those looking to mix it up a bit.

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