'Travel + Leisure' Lists America's Best Burger Cities of 2012

This month's Travel + Leisure features a list of America's 20 best burger cities as ranked by their readers from a list of 35 major cities—that is, it's not exactly a definitive list. (T+L made a list last year, too.) In case you don't feel like clicking through the slideshow, here are the rankings:

  1. Providence
  2. Philadelphia
  3. Chicago
  4. Houston
  5. San Juan, P.R.
  6. San Diego
  7. Minneapolis/St. Paul
  8. Kansas City, MO
  9. New York City
  10. Los Angeles
  11. Denver
  12. Savannah
  13. Austin
  14. Memphis
  15. Nashville
  16. Las Vegas
  17. New Orleans
  18. San Antonio
  19. Portland, ME
  20. Seattle

I'll point out that the article starts off with this gem of a quote:

How much should you pay for a great hamburger?

"The best ones fall between $10 and $20," says burger enthusiast Keith Flanagan, who's also an account executive at a New York City public relations firm. "Anything less should make a foodie question the quality, and anything more should make a foodie question the restaurant's hubris."