The first Culver's restaurant debuted in 1984 in Sauk City, Wisconsin, and today there are locations in approximately 700 cities throughout 24 states.
The A-frame roof and orange and white striped packaging of this 67-year-old Texas classic make it easy to differentiate from the What-A-Burger in Virginia.
This California institution has been a favorite of locals and tourists alike since it first opened in 1948 thanks to its charmingly vintage vibe
A rival to A&W for the title of first fast food restaurant, White Castle began in 1921 in Wichita, Kansas, and quickly gained fans thanks to its sliders, low prices, and castle-shaped architecture.
One of the newer chains, Hopdoddy in Austin is swiftly gaining a following because to its innovative burgers made with fresh, local ingredients and its humanitarian work.
A Bareburger was selected as the winner of the 2016 James Beard "Blended Burger Project." The chain's burgers, from the Supreme with American cheese and Black Forest bacon on a brioche bun to the El Matador with queso fresco