Fans love its Butterburgers, made with never-frozen local beef, crushed and seared on a well-buttered, toasted bread, which go well with its slow-churned frozen custard.
This 67-year-old Texas favourite is easy to distinguish from the Virginia-based What-A-Burger due to its orange-and-white-striped packaging and A-frame roof.
In-N-Out fans may customise the not-so-secret menu, including the famed never-frozen, freshly prepared burgers, infinitely.
White Castle established in 1921 in Wichita, Kansas, competing with A&W for the first fast food restaurant. Its sliders, low prices, and castle-shaped structures won over customers.
a type of Scottish cow—is a younger chain that is gaining popularity for its inventive burgers using fresh and local ingredients and philanthropic work.
Sustainability and organic ingredients are important to Bareburger, and their efforts are acknowledged. In 2016, Bareburger won the James Beard “Blended Burger Project.”