I ran across this today while doing a search on Herd’s hamburgers in North Texas.
Put out as the "15 burgers you should try before you die." (aolcitysearch.com)
1. All-American Drive-In — Long Island, N.Y.
A famous and delicious "double double" for only $2.10? Fantastic!
2. Chris Madrid’s — San Antonio
Try the "Tostada Burger" with refried beans, chips, cheddar and salsa.
3. CityGrille — Denver
Go high-end with a Steakburger, or local with a Buffaloburger.
4. Dick’s Drive-In — Seattle
It’s all about their famous special sauce with zingy bits of pickle.
5. Goldyburgers — Chicago
Serving ’em up hot, huge and cheesy since 1926
6. In-N-Out Burger — Los Angeles
The perennial favorite also won in Vegas, OC and San Diego.
7. Jack’s Old Fashion Hamburger — South Florida
Hand-shaped, charbroiled perfection served up your way
8. O’Connell’s Pub — St. Louis
Juicy, charbroiled nine-ounce burgers for more than 40 years
9. Peter Luger — New York
Prime dry-aged beef and signature steak sauce from a famed steak house
10. Roaring Fork — Phoenix
Try the "Big-Ass Burger" stacked high with green chiles.
11. Stanich’s — Portland, Ore.
Try the amazing "Special" topped with a fried egg, ham, bacon and cheese.
12. Tessaro’s — Pittsburgh
Fresh meat ground daily in-house and flame-broiled on a hardwood grill
13. Thurman Cafe — Columbus, Ohio
Thurman Burger = a 3/4 lb patty, ham, mozzarella and American Cheese
14. Val’s Burgers — San Francisco
You think you can handle the One-Pound Behemoth at Val’s?
15. 96th St. Steakburgers — Indianapolis
Perfection with ground steak cuts and buns grilled with mustard
I’m not having much luck with the Herd’s Hamburgers search, other than it is in Jacksboro, Texas. Trying to find out a bit more about it because there is a local joint here in AZ that has a "Herd’s Burger Style" on their menu, something that I order every time I go there. After lunch today I decided to look into the name and history, but not getting too far…anyone know anything about it?