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May Is National Hamburger Month ~ Countrywide

5:00 PM PDT on May 3, 2010

Yep that's right.  Time to get your priorities straight and eat some burgers.  Whether it be soy based or buffalo or turkey or beef; go out to your favorite place and chow down.  Check out some of my favorite places to grab a burger...

Fatburger - Turkey with Egg and Cheese.  Sometimes it's a double turkey with cheese... Sometimes it's a Boca.  But it's always good.

Fuddruckers - Buffalo with Swiss, Onions and Mushrooms.  People laugh when I tell them I love this place.  Bottom line: variety, build your own burger bar and jalepeno squeeze cheese.

Burger Bar - Buffalo with Swiss, Onions and Mushrooms.  See a pattern?  Famed chef Hubert Keller's burger spot.  Vegas and now in SF.  The fancy cuts of beef can get pricey but the buffalo and turkey are spot on.

Umami Burger - Locals are going crazy over this spot.  A bit pricey for the size but the flavor packs a punch.

8 oz. Burger Bar - Melrose designer burger shop priced just right with 3 dollar pabst and Oly's.

And hey don't forget dessert!  Homemade burger cupcakes... it's a labor of true love but worth it!

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