'Los Angeles Times' food writer Jonathan Gold recently shared his top 10 favorite burgers in LA. Find out which ones made the list.
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Food & Wine recently released the results of their readers' picks for best burgers in the nation. Find out which 20 restaurants earned a spot on the list.
This week Zagat released their list of America's best burgers in 25 cities. In case you don't feel like clicking through their slideshow, here are all their picks.
For their August issue, Milwaukee Magazine brings you their picks for Milwaukee's best burgers. Check out the list here.
Grub Street San Francisco recently posted their picks for the 50 best burgers in San Francisco. Check out the list here.
The latest issue of Boston magazine features their picks for the 12 best burgers in Boston in 12 different categories. What do you think of the list?
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.
Time Out New York recently released their list of the 20 best new burgers in NYC.
This is an annual thing with me now (see 8PTHMD 2009 and 8PTHMD 2010). I ate a lot of pizza over the course of the year, but these eight pies, mostly from around the NYC area, are the ones that haunt my dreams even as we close in on 2012. Like years past, I'm not declaring these "the best," per se, just eight pizzas that stand out in my memory and that I want more of. Are they in any kind of order? Not this year, so don't read anything into it. Just peep the slideshow and salivate.
Connecticut is the buckle of the Northeastern pizza belt, which stretches from Pennsylvania to Massachusetts. More specifically, the New Haven style of pizza not only is one of the first uniquely American pizza styles, but it has been preserved by a cluster of family-run establishments which still in many cases use the original equipment, now almost a century old. Naturally New Haven might be considered Connecticut's pizza capital, but the state has dozens of great pizzerias. Few other places in the country have as much great pizza per capita (PPC). These are the best eight pizzas in Connecticut that we have had to date.
Today Zagat released the results for their 2011 Fast Food Survey (mildly different from last year's results) compiled from over 6,000 responses. Five Guys got first place for best large fast food chain, while McDonald's came in second for best mega fast food chain behind Subway. Here are some of the burger-related categories
The Neapartisanal pies that have emerged in the Bay Area represent an American re-interpretation of classic Italian pies and evidence new ways to successfully build off of established, traditional techniques. And, oh, what options there are! So many, that limiting this list to just eight seems a crime, but you have to draw the line somewhere.While there are many, many worthy pies in and around San Francisco, here are some of the most memorable ones that we've tried to date.
Here's the tweet that inspired this post:
Yes, @alexandrak, such a post does exist, and if your boyfriend finds what I'm about to write all TL;DR, he can check it out: The 10 Best Pizzas in NYC » That's a solid list, no doubt. And if his NYC pizza research stops there, I'm sure he'd be happy. But I think simply dropping a best-of list on a New York newbie does him a bit of a disservice. After all, he's moving to a pizza mecca. I think a little context is in order.
When deciding on this list, certainly history, setting, and pedigree had an impact, but in the end, it was all about the flavor. We didn't care whether the joint was 80 years old, or 8 months old, as long as they served a tasty pie. And here they are. Our favorite pizzas in the city. A mix of the old, a mix of the new, a representation of most of the boroughs, a bit of something delicious for everyone.
What's summer without a road trip? If you're a NYC-based pizza obsessive looking for an excuse to blow town and down some pies, here's our guide to some rental-car-worthy pizzerias — all within day-trippin' distance. Roster and map, after the jump. (All driving times are from Times Square and do not account for traffic.*)
This month Travel + Leisure put up a list of America's 20 best major burger cities as picked by their readers. In case you don't feel like clicking through the slideshow, here's the list.
Burgers. Aw yeah. Earlier this month Food & Wine listed their picks for 25 best burgers in the US. Here's the list in case you don't want to click through the slideshow: California: In-N-Out | Cheeseburger [AHT review] New...