Carnivorous L.A.'s Favorite Hamburgers | KCET
Carnivorous L.A.'s Favorite Hamburgers
With the official summer months inching ever closing on the horizon, it's time to start wiping down that grill, making sure the burners are still functional, and getting it prepped for action. And while hot dogs, sausages and, sure why not, vegetables are fine and dandy to grill up outside in the sunshine, it is a scientifically-proven fact that those options are not as satisfying as a perfectly-formed, expertly-cooked, and intricately-topped hamburger. And, as evidenced by the massive amount of options available here, L.A. loves its burgers. So today, we celebrate the glory of Hamburger Month by providing a gallery of the most delectable and appetizing hamburgers around town. We are a city blessed with a plethora of burgers, so we couldn't possible include all of the best hamburgers in Los Angeles here. What are your favorites?
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