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Chain Reaction: Lazy Dog

Chain Reaction Erin Jackson 4 comments

Lazy Dog has an extensive kitchen-sink menu including seven different burgers, plus a separate menu just for dogs. Skip the burgers and go for the apps. More

Chain Reaction: Texas Roadhouse

AHT: Atlanta Todd Brock 20 comments

A glass case of hand-cut steaks greeting you at the door, a tableside bucket of peanuts in the shell, the occasional yee-haw rising up from a far corner of the restaurant: what's not to love about Texas Roadhouse? Well, as it turns out, the burgers. More

Chain Reaction: P. Terry's Burger Stand

Chain Reaction Meredith Bethune 5 comments

This Austin burger chain specializes in burgers made with all natural, vegetarian-fed, hormone- and antibiotic-free angus beef. They also offer several options for those avoiding red meat. More

Chain Reaction: Unexpectedly Great Burgers at The Longhorn Cafe

Chain Reaction Damon Gambuto 3 comments

The Longhorn Cafe is serving up some classic cheeseburgers that are darn good. More

Chain Reaction: Eureka!

AHT: San Diego Erin Jackson 5 comments

If you're open to toppings like fig jam, Buffalo mozzarella, and balsamic vinegar syrup, by all means, give the burgers at Eureka! a go. More

Chain Reaction: Waffle House

AHT: Atlanta Todd Brock 32 comments

You may not consider Waffle House a burger place, but I submit that theirs is actually better and a much better bargain than what the clown, the king, and the pigtailed girl are handing out. Hot, steamy, melty, with real grease dripping off of it—this is fast food without everything that makes fast-food cringeworthy. More

Chain Reaction: A Solid Burger at BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse

AHT: Los Angeles Damon Gambuto 8 comments

A mid-scale restaurant chain offers up a solid burger at a reasonable price. More

Chain Reaction: Famous Dave's

AHT: Milwaukee Lacey Muszynski 19 comments

Next time I go to Famous Dave's I'll stick to barbecue and tried-and-true sides. Unless you really can't decide between a burger or barbecue, I suggest doing the same. More

Chain Reaction: Wild Wing Cafe

AHT: Atlanta Todd Brock 9 comments

The our-burgers-are-so-extreme-that-we-have-to-serve-them-with-a-steak-knife-plunged-through-the-center schtick is way overdone, but on my next visit to Wild Wing Cafe, there's a very good chance I'll do another burger. More

Chain Reaction: Gordon Biersch

Chain Reaction Erin Jackson 17 comments

Gordon Biersch promises "world class cuisine" and burgers that are "more than you can hold in your hands," but the reality? Not so much. More

Chain Reaction: Houston's

Chain Reaction Todd Brock 19 comments

The Hickory Burger has a smidge of barbecue sauce...and a gigantic mound of cheddar. But it's the House-Made Veggie Burger that has inspired legions of fans. More

Chain Reaction: Tony Roma's

Chain Reaction Erin Jackson 8 comments

Tony Roma's may be "famous for ribs," but they've also got a decent burger game, including lean bison burgers and their Steakhouse Burger with cabernet demi-glace, Havarti, and rosemary bacon. More

Chain Reaction: Quaker Steak and Lube

Chain Reaction Lacey Muszynski 15 comments

Even if you lube your appetite up with a few pints of beer, there's no way you're going to be able to choke down these burgers. More

Chain Reaction: Maid-Rite

AHT: Chicago Dennis Lee 27 comments

Maid-Rite is all about the loose meat sandwich, an interesting regional take on a hamburger that should be experienced at least once. More

Chain Reaction: Luna Grill

AHT: San Diego Erin Jackson 2 comments

Luna Grill uses grass-fed beef in their burgers, but top-notch produce and spicy hummus aren't enough to save a patty that's poorly executed and an oversized bun. More

Chain Reaction: The Broken Yolk

AHT: San Diego Erin Jackson 17 comments

In San Diego, you should also be able to rely on a locally-born chain to crank out a decent burger. Burgers, beer, and fish tacos are the cornerstones of the local food scene. Admittedly, I didn't roll into The Broken Yolk prepared to be blown away, but I was surprised how royally they botched both burgers. More

Chain Reaction: LongHorn Steakhouse

Chain Reaction Todd Brock 5 comments

LongHorn's Black and Bleu burger offers a welcome one-two punch. The rich and creamy melted blue cheese has some serious tang to it, with the beef to hold its own, thanks to LongHorn's 7-pepper seasoning, which completely encrusts the patty and provides a super spicy kick that you'll still feel on your tongue hours later. More

Chain Reaction: The Capital Grille

AHT: Milwaukee Lacey Muszynski 14 comments

The Capital Grille has a pretty good steakhouse rep here in Milwaukee and, from what I can tell, at their other locations as well. Too bad their signature cheeseburger made of ground sirloin, bacon, and sweet onion fell flat on its face. More

Chain Reaction: California Dreaming

Chain Reaction Todd Brock 10 comments

One burger was solid, if unspectacular, but a chain offering I'd be ok with recommending. The other tasted like good intentions. And fish. More

Chain Reaction: Joe's Crab Shack

AHT: San Diego Erin Jackson 9 comments

Joe's Crab Shack may be known for their big buckets and platters of shellfish, but there are also two burgers on the menu, which are surprisingly decent for a place that's focused on fish (though nowhere near exceptional). More

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