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WilsonPicket | May 19, 201711:58 AM     3

First I'm startled at how few posts there are for Arlington, its a big restaurant market. But for current news I'm simply sad to see that Hell Burger is closed either for the time being or for good. It was easily my favorite burger place for years. And then everything began to change. The locations in the little shopping center closed and Hell Burger moved across the street. The menus kept changing. Sizes and prices changed. For a good long while quality stayed high. Meanwhile it was obvious customers were going elsewhere. And yet the burger quality still stayed high...at least till the last several months. I kept returning as I found the burgers to be top quality and the shakes were also excellent. The last few times the burger quality was down, not horrible but not at the level it had been, the place looked like a "ghost town" it seemed so empty, even as all those new nearby bar/restaurants were crowded. And now its closed.

What the H happened? This place was so good for so long...and popular.

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