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    Re: Best Burger?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lost Boy View Post
    You need to go way outside the Park for a good burger, like A&W. And yes they are still around. Along with the chilled mugs of Root Beer that is the best.

    Dang it, Lost Boy. It's almost 11:00 p.m. here, on a Monday night, and now I'm craving a chilled mug of A&W root beer...and our local one is CLOSED for the night!!!!
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    Re: Best Burger?

    Quote Originally Posted by tahoebob54 View Post
    Then its ok to eat at Burger Invasion, hosted by McDonald's
    I almost puked just walking by that place last time I went. Even their Coke tasted bad compared to the rest of the park!


    As per hamburgers, last I went we tried avoiding the burgers just because burgers can be so boring. But I did enjoy the one I had at the Hungry Bear

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    Re: Best Burger?

    Quote Originally Posted by tahoebob54 View Post
    Then its ok to eat at Burger Invasion, hosted by McDonald's
    Absolutely not! (...and I really do like Big Macs.) Why is it that Mickey D's can sell Macs for about 2-3 bucks everywhere in the known universe except Disneyland?

    Just 'cause I'm in DCA doesn't mean your lopsided burger is worth twice as much.
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    Re: Best Burger?

    Croc's Bits & Bites at DLH. Chargrilled 1/3lb burger, seasame bun, greenleaf lettuce, tomato, american cheese, pickle, and 1000. Onion on request. I would eat a lot more of them if the nachos and chicken sandwich weren't so good. Very friendly staff there also, especially Carson.

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    The only thing with Hungry Bear is that by the time we have felt we needed to eat, we were so hungry that the food tasted much better than it really was. The last time I ate there was the winter before DTD opened ans food option were much more limited. Come to think of it that was also the last time we ate at Pizza Port...

    Village Haus has always seemed to be bad. The last time I ate there was over a decade ago. I got about 1/2 way through my burger and realized it was partly uncooked. That was enough for me to never go back.

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    Re: Best Burger?

    I really like Taste Pilots cheeseburgers, and the fact that you can add all your own toppings (lettuce, pickles, etc) makes it even better.
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    Re: Best Burger?

    Ugh, I refuse to eat at Village House.
    I don't think any in park burger is that good.

    At DCA, I like Taste Pilots but it takes SO LONG to get your food that it's always cold by the time you eat it

    ESPN burger is TDF, gah so goood. My mouth is watering at the memory and i'm psyched to try it again soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Chaney View Post
    I remember the cheeseburgers at Tomorrowland Terrace as really pretty good... many years ago. Earlier this year we had burgers there. YUCCH!
    That's because it wasn't a moon burger.
    As nice as the other parks are, we must always remember that it all began at Disneyland. Disneyland should be the crown jewel in the Disney crown.

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    Re: Best Burger?

    For me it's Taste Pilot's because of the condiment bar. Add fries and a beer and I'm a happy camper.

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    Re: Best Burger?

    It sounds like Taste Pilots for in-park burgers, Granville's Lounge for the hotels and ESPN for Downtown Disney. I will have to keep it in mind. Thanks to everyone who responded.

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    Inside the park, my vote is for Taste pilots grill----outside the park in downtown Disney, I love the burgers at the Rainforest Cafe!

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    Re: Best Burger?

    Quote Originally Posted by Melonballer View Post
    hello,

    Where are the best hamburgers in the Disneyland Resort?
    I've not had a best burger at the DLR yet, but don't get one at Whitewaters...they taste like salt lick burgers!

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    Re: Best Burger?

    This thread has got me craving....not burgers, but ESPN cheese fries.

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    After reading this I think I will have to make it over to the ESPN Zone for a burger. I had heard before they were good.
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