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  • Dietmar239
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    Originally posted by lonewolf
    Meersburger Update:
    Checked it out at 1300 hours last Wednesday. Still there. A sort of adobe style 1920s add on to the 1902 store and post office, which is still main dining area, kinda ruins the territorial architecural ambiance but still, you won't mistake it for the Vegas strip.. Also they have added a unisex indoor bathroom behind the cashiers station.. and they take credit cards!.
    Still serving whopping , sizzling seven inch buns with 8 x 0.5 inch patty of freshly ground, home grown, longhorn beef, $6.95, one quart Mason jar of Dr Pepper $1.00.
    They also offer an eleven inch bun which intimidates most mortals but there were about a dozen soldiers from Fort Sill dining there who were not fazed and were wolfing em down with mountains of communal french fries, washed down with copius amount of Meers Beer.
    Meers is on the northern boundary of Fort Sill impact area, probably 20 miles from the main post. Fort Sill is an artillery post but most of these men and two women, wore jump wings and 1st Cav shoulder patches.
    I counted cars from about ten states from Oregon to NC parked alongside the road. The Oregon couple said they saw Meers burgers on the Food Channel and had driven 2100 miles to check it out, making it perhaps the most expensive hamburger in the world.
    BTW, if you go, print out a map from Mapquest or Google. The direct road to Meers from I--44 does not appear on the official Oklahoma road map.
    Sweet! I have to wait a couple months, but I'll be there once again. It's usually the only redeeming event for me during an inlaw visit.

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  • lonewolf
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    Meersburger Update:
    Checked it out at 1300 hours last Wednesday. Still there. A sort of adobe style 1920s add on to the 1902 store and post office, which is still main dining area, kinda ruins the territorial architecural ambiance but still, you won't mistake it for the Vegas strip.. Also they have added a unisex indoor bathroom behind the cashiers station.. and they take credit cards!.
    Still serving whopping , sizzling seven inch buns with 8 x 0.5 inch patty of freshly ground, home grown, longhorn beef, $6.95, one quart Mason jar of Dr Pepper $1.00.
    They also offer an eleven inch bun which intimidates most mortals but there were about a dozen soldiers from Fort Sill dining there who were not fazed and were wolfing em down with mountains of communal french fries, washed down with copius amount of Meers Beer.
    Meers is on the northern boundary of Fort Sill impact area, probably 20 miles from the main post. Fort Sill is an artillery post but most of these men and two women, wore jump wings and 1st Cav shoulder patches.
    I counted cars from about ten states from Oregon to NC parked alongside the road. The Oregon couple said they saw Meers burgers on the Food Channel and had driven 2100 miles to check it out, making it perhaps the most expensive hamburger in the world.
    BTW, if you go, print out a map from Mapquest or Google. The direct road to Meers from I--44 does not appear on the official Oklahoma road map.

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  • Marlow
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    Originally posted by Dietmar239
    Meers burgers voted in the top 3 in the US. That's saying something for Bum#@#, OK isn't it?
    To be perfectly clear in my point - if I'm ever anywhere Oklahoma again, I AM going to Bumf*ck and getting me some of that Meersburger action!!!

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  • Dietmar239
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    Originally posted by Marlow
    Originally posted by ndamix
    Got my mouth watering for Five Guys right now....
    I'm sure there are one-offs that beat this place (like in Bumf*ck, OK), but there is no franchise better! The 2-patty bacon burger is to die for (literally!) and I've never had better fries. Even the Coke seems to taste better there!
    Meers burgers voted in the top 3 in the US. That's saying something for Bum#@#, OK isn't it?

    http://www.associatedcontent.com/articl ... ahoma.html

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  • ndamix
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    Originally posted by gh
    nah, we agreed last year that real men eat at the Heart Attack Grill:

    http://mb.trackandfieldnews.com/discuss ... 1a965a4465
    I need to get a flight out to Chandler, AZ.....

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  • Marlow
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    Originally posted by ndamix
    Got my mouth watering for Five Guys right now....
    I'm sure there are one-offs that beat this place (like in Bumf*ck, OK), but there is no franchise better! The 2-patty bacon burger is to die for (literally!) and I've never had better fries. Even the Coke seems to taste better there!

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  • gh
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    nah, we agreed last year that real men eat at the Heart Attack Grill:

    http://mb.trackandfieldnews.com/discuss ... 1a965a4465

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  • ndamix
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    Got my mouth watering for Five Guys right now....

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  • SQUACKEE
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    This one looks pretty good. Warning- food porn!

    http://www.mightysweet.com/mesohungry/w ... -fries.jpg

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  • polevaultpower
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    Originally posted by triple50
    Dick's in Seattle
    Best cheap burger in Seattle, lukas and I usually make a stop when we are back in town.

    Best expensive burger in Seattle is Lunchbox Laboratory in Ballard. Absolutely incredible!

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  • triple50
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    Dick's in Seattle

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  • BillVol
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    Originally posted by Marlow
    We've done this before and I believe it came down to In-and-Out Burgers vs. Five Guys Burgers.
    We haven't had the Food Network list posted before.

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  • tc
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    At least they got northern Illinois right. If you know Kuma's Corner, you know what I mean when I say that a visit will satisfy both your appetite and any urge you might have for a singular cultural experience.

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  • Dietmar239
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    Originally posted by gm
    Forget the stupid hamburgers... I want some of that brisket!
    Road trip ahead...
    Dude, the burgers are practically made out of brisket. Some of the freshest, juiciest and flavorful beef I've ever had.

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  • gm
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    Forget the stupid hamburgers... I want some of that brisket!
    Road trip ahead...

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