New Mexico: Day’s Hamburgers
> Location: Las Cruces
Great-Grandma Day opened Day’s in 1932 and the tradition is still being carried on four generations later. Another place that goes by the mantra “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it,” Days serves up burgers that get as large as a triple stack. They come with mustard, onion, lettuce, mayo, and chili on request. There are also hot dogs and burritos and classic sides. In the morning, the place serves breakfast burritos, biscuits, and eggs.
New York: Corner Bistro
> Location: New York City
Corner Bistro claims to be “the last of the bohemian bars in West Greenwich Village,” and has kept its original charm from days long past. Today, the bistro serves up massive burgers, sandwiches and all the good sides. This is the sort of place that’s all about a massive chunk of quality beef topped high with ingredients.
North Carolina: Brooks’ Sandwich House
> Location: Charlotte
Twins David and Scott Brooks opened their restaurant in 1973 and have kept it running since then. These days, the third generation has joined in and hasn’t changed the quality that made it great in the first place. The Brooks’ specializes in burgers, hot dogs, and chili. They have a homemade chili recipe that they’ve perfected over 46 years.
North Dakota: Ironhorse Kitchen + Bar (formerly Dakota Burger Company)
> Location: Minot
The restaurant is owned and operated be veterans. It serves not only unique burgers but also salads and “even grilled salmon.” Customers love the mac and cheese burger as well as the Best Morning Ever burger. People have the option to build their own burger, too.
Ohio: Bob’s Hamburg
> Location: Akron
Established in 1931, Bob’s. named after the German city, is located in a simple brick building in Akron. The restaurant starts the day serving breakfast and has quite a lot on the menu. When it comes to burgers, they have classic options with traditional topping and specialty burgers that get a bit more creative. The place also serves as a community gathering spot and puts on a variety of events.
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