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Almost Jay's Jay Burgers

Burger Boy | Jul 20, 200809:21 PM     16

A friend told me about this place and I saw it on a special about the history of fast food burger stands in the San Gabriel Valley. Art's Burgers, Every Burger is a work of Art! Well I had a cheese burger and it was very good, I also ordered a chili dog, and if I closed my eye's, I was sitting on a stool at Santa Monica & Virgil with Shmitty asking me if I wanted another. This place does a very very close version of Jay's chili. Now to make the burger work you would need to order it with out the lettuce and have them put mustard on the bun and chop the onions, if you wanted raw. I will be back to enjoy this great place, to bad it is about 20 miles from my house, but that is okay for my cholesterol and waist. Check this place out, great burgers, have not had a chili burger yet, and a great chili dog with that snap!

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Art's Take Out Burgers
11629 Valley Blvd, El Monte, CA 91732

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