BurgerFi, a Florida-based franchise that is now consistently rated as America's favorite better-burger restaurant, has made quick progress from unknown to national treasure.
The U.S. Public Interest Research Groups' (PIRG) Chain Reaction score gave Shake Shack good ratings as well—an A, to be precise.
This fast-casual burger restaurant was established in 2007 in Plano, Texas. Over 80 outlets of the chain already exist in the United States. It offers 100% Certified Angus Beef brand beef and never-frozen burgers.
With multiple locations throughout Chicago, Epic Burger has become a pillar of the local community. It is adored for both its cozy atmosphere and comfort food, as well as the extra-comforting knowledge that its ingredients are the best of the best.
"We produce things the traditional manner." This West Coast burger shop lives by a folksy proverb that serves as its guiding principle in all facets of operations.
To advertise your burgers as "genuine" burgers takes a lot of guts, but Massachusetts-based B.GOOD can back it up.
Elevation Burger, with headquarters in Virginia, is another local burger brand with high standards.
The claim made by Fuddruckers that they serve the "World's Greatest Hamburgers" is grandiose, especially for a business that, until recently, was on the verge of extinction, yet there is some truth to it.
Culver's is so committed to using farm-fresh ingredients that it launched the Thank You Farmers Project in 2013 to promote agricultural education.
Even though Tucker's Onion Burgers only has four locations in the Oklahoma City area, it nonetheless makes a significant impression as one of the regional mini-chains.