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i just ate whataburger earlier today for lunch,it was good,one of my #1 favorite fast food restaurants in my opinion :)
 

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Yes Sir , they are good!, I havn't had one since1980, when I moved away from Phoenix AZ.
 

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Not familiar with this chain. Can someone advise the particulars, such as their menu items and their hot items? What is special about a whataburger? Cooking method, etc?
I believe their primary difference is the process of Char-broiled meat...making it much less fatty. The also give you choices of what to add or remove with their toppings.

They are an excellent burger chain...more expensive to be sure, but worth it.
 
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Wow, looks pretty good. We have a chain called Red Robin up in this area (near the big cities). Serves some pretty good burgers and never-ending French Fries. MMM-mmmm, good!
i think we have red robin here too but i never been to it,i heard it's good though and love to try it....

i love steak and shake,we got one here and loved it :)
 
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Not familiar with this chain. Can someone advise the particulars, such as their menu items and their hot items? What is special about a whataburger? Cooking method, etc?
whataburger started in texas and spread to few(not all)other states in usa
here is their web site
Whataburger

here is their story about whataburger:

Way back in 1950, an adventurous and determined entrepreneur named Harmon Dobson opened up the world's first Whataburger on Ayers Street in Corpus Christi, Texas. He had a simple goal, to serve a burger
so big that it took two hands to hold and so good that with one bite customers would say, "What a burger!" He succeeded on both accounts and turned that one little burger stand into a legend known throughout Texas
and the South.
Today, each and every Whataburger is made to order, right when it's ordered. And they're still made with 100% pure American beef and served on a big toasted five-inch bun with all 'the extras' to suit your taste. Grilled jalapenos, extra bacon, three slices of cheese, no tomatoes, extra pickles? No problem, your Whataburger will be made just like you like it 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
More than half a century later, with Harmon's son, Tom, at the company helm, Whataburger still remains family-owned and operated. Employees at Whataburger are even referred to as Family Members and it is the privilege and promise of each and every one to uphold the tradition that Harmon began. So now with over 700 Whataburger restaurants across ten states, road-trippers and hometown folks alike continue gathering under the big orange and white roofs for the fresh made to order burgers and friendly service.

we got one in my city too..

i been to one in alberqirque,new mexico and i seen them in missouri and oklahoma
 

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I really am a big fan of burgers though I like them simple with just patty and just let the sauce do justice to the burger. I think I can eat them all day.

There is a local store which cooks really good chicken burgers. What I like is that they use real chicken fillet and not some processed block of meat like you get from chicken tenders. You can never go wrong with a good burger to end your day.
 

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i thought this was a lawn mower forum to learn about lawn care. guess i'll have to go to gormet cooks to learn engines!!!
 

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I haven't had Whataburger either, but I agree with the others that Red Robin and Steak n Shake are some great choices. If any of you happen to ever be in North Carolina, see if you can track yourself down an Andy's Burgers, Shakes, and Fries (Apparantly recently changed their name to Highway 55, due to expansion). There burgers are cooked in a way similar to Steak n Shake, but their signature toppings are mustard, onions, chili, slaw, ketchup, mayonnaise, lettuce, tomato, and pickles.

That's right, slaw and chili. And it. Is. Delicious!
 

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It sure is a great burger!

Though if you are looking for a challenge and a delight at that, there is this recent burger joint which has gotten buzz over the type of food they serve.

If memory serves me right, they are offering burgers that are of different cardiac arrest levels (though they actually name it per valve bypass, or something to that effect).

People who have eaten there claimed that they are great but really tends to be not on the healthy side.
 

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Living in Atlanta, I'm a half-day drive to the nearest Whataburger, but there are plenty in Pensacola, Fla. where the in-laws live. Kind of a love-hate trip to make, dealing with them but enjoying the tasty delight of a double-meat w/cheese and those crispy hot fries.

 

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nothing like that here locally..guess i'm stuck with wendy's ..mcdonalds or buger king...lol...out of the 3 i'll take wendys any day
 
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