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Burger, Burgers or Cheezborgers. Any Good Unknowns out there?

Like-Go-Eat? | Nov 15, 200511:33 AM

Burger, Burgers or Cheezborgers. Any Good Unknowns out there?

There is much talk recently about the local burger icons not living up to the hype. That got me thinking about the places that come to mind when I want a satisfying burger without the crowd that the hype creates. I have three places that are known for other "Specialty" items on their menus but they also make a very good burger. Also, a recent Post by Adsvino talked about a grilled sirloin 1.5 - 2 inches thick, on an english muffin. That sounds interesting. Has anyone tried it yet? Any other unsung burgers worth trying?

California Grill (The Big Kahuna Burger, two patties = ½ lb. and yes it is a, "Tasty burger")
6751 Painter Ave
Whittier, CA 90601-4409
(562) 907-7017
(Corner of Painter and Philadelphia across from Whittier College)

Canadian Café (1/4 or ½ lb. Burger)
125 E. Colorado Blvd.
Monrovia, CA
(626) 303-2303
(Take Myrtle north of the 210 Fry then right on Colorado

Rutt's Hawaiian Café (Burgers, also Loco Moco)
12114 Washington Blvd.
Culver City
(310) 398-6326

Rutt's Hawaiian Café II (Burgers, also Loco Moco)
17371 E. Valley Blvd.
La Puente, CA 91744
(626) 839 - 6312
The Puente Hills Mall area. From the 60 Fry go North on Azusa Ave., Look for Rutt's sign on the left as you go over the train tracks, Left on E. Hurley St., another immediate left on S. Azusa Way. To Rutts on the corner of Valley Blvd.

Post by Adsvino
Bowery (Burgers and beer)
6268 Sunset Boulevard
between Vine Street and Argyle Avenue

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