best burger in BA

jsmbythebay

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with all this amazing beef here, has anyone found an amazing burger?

we left the states a year ago and have yet to find a really great burger (aka like a $8 gourmet burger not mcdonald´s).
 

diego7david

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not an amazing burger but a pretty decent one that makes one feel like its a usa made burger is at hard rock cafe in buenos aires design
 

diego7david

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gosh you got me to reread their menu somewhat to see if they were open new years as they are close to me and i think getting home that night from anywhere is going to be impossible but got hungry for burgers a mix of reg and black angus beef hickory smoked bbq sauce bacon swiss cheese carmelized onions chipoltle hot sauce blue cheese american cheese reg 7 ounce jumbo 12 oz hmmm plus a hagan daz chocolate milk shake
 

syngirl

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Kansas: $25 peso hamburger, and they have a couple of different ones on offer (the plain, the cheeseburger, etc). Their chicken fingers are pretty good, they have potato skins as well. Happy hour is from 6 - 8 or 9, Coronas are about 4 pesos each then and a Kir Royal is 8 I believe. Get there early as it gets packed.
 

syngirl

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i'm there WAY too often -- not for the food to be honest, but the cheap drinks at happy hour! My girlfriends and I live about 5 mins away so we end up meeting up there on friday evenings. They have a nice terraza and the service is great (the restaurant is American and somehow even get almost that level of service!) -- it's definitely a good place to check out on a hot afternoon/evening and then maybe stay for a dinner after. They have bbq ribs too -- I think they're 50 pesos though! The prices definitely seem a bit high for "American" food but you can't get much authentic americn stuff here so if you have a craving then it's worth a visit!
 

steveinbsas

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Steakandshake, originally founded in Normal, Illinois in the 50's still has the best burgers I've ever tasted.

"In sight it must be right." and "It's a meal." still are true. (They used the "whole" cow.)

Face it, we're not in burgerland, but that isn't so bad.
 

diego7david

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dan at saltshaker.net, has had a fairly comprehensive review of the burger in buenos aires somewhere in his archives online
 
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