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    Default Best Hamburger in Metro Detroit?

    Who serves the best hamburger in Metro Detroit?

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    Flashback burgers in Fraser

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    Best char-grilled burger is Damon's Place for Ribs...grilled seeded bun, cooked to order with lettuce, tomato, pickle etc. Good beef blend moist but not greasy and good char flavor. It is what it is...a great burger.

    Now for a smash and gobble burger, still Elmer's System at West Chicago and Oakman Blvd...mustard,extra onions, greasy bombs wrapped in wax paper simply a greasy and wonderful burger. Great nuked the best day while still in the wrapper.

    And for Kobe Beef Blend--hands down Bourbon Steak at MGM Grand. About 12.00 and just as good if someone else is treating! Great service if you spending 15.00 or 150.00 your treated with professionalism and courtesy. Everyone waiting tables should observe this place.

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    That Irish restaurant has good burgers...the name escapes me.....uhhh...oh I remember now MacDonalds....they dont serve adult beverages though...but they seem to cater the little ones...

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    Red Coat Tavern on Woodward in Royal Oak

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Royal-...rn/48333617908

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    My back deck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crystal View Post
    Red Coat Tavern on Woodward in Royal Oak

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Royal-...rn/48333617908
    Second that.

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    Eastside -- Little Tony's; Downtown -- Nemo's; Western Wayne -- Miller's. Oakland County - Joe Cool's.

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    My personal fav in the area is Roy's Squeeze Inn in Ypsilanti.

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    Millers bar on Michigan ave @ Telegraph is the best.

    Nemo's by Old Tiger Stadium is good also, followed by Bourbon Steak at the MGM Grand Casino.

    Then you got the Hunter House up on Woodward in Birmingham, and Travis at 9 Mile and Mack. The only problem with those 2 places is that you pay the price when sitting on the toilet for the next 2 hours afterwards.

    The only thing I can say is to watch Bourbon Steak is your going to easily spend $50.

    I don't care for Little Tonys in Grosse Pointe Woods, and I don't care for Red Coat Tavern.

    Steak and Shake at 14 mile and John R is good, but depending on the person you get the service usually sucks.

    As I type this im getting ready to go to Millers in Dearborn before the Tigers Game.

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    Without a doubt...Redcoat Tavern...although the old Diamond Jim Brady's at 7 Mile and Greenfield had everybody beat.

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    As soon as I saw Eastland vote for Little Tony's, my mouth started to water. Little Tony's is the best! Wonder how late they are open???? A short road trip might be in order.

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    My recent favorite, 3 Nicks! Can't beat $1 1/2 lb burger! Or $2 for a fully loaded burger.

    -Tahleel

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    Red Coat by far

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    Tel Way at Michigan and Martin plus they have the best coffee in Detriot

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    I agree with Tel way on Michigan ave!

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    Red Coat, I agree

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    Best burger I've had was at the Zingerman's Roadhouse in Ann Arbor...hear me out, Zingerman's is, in general, an overly-expensive purveyor serving the yuppie crowd in Ann Arbor, but the Roadhouse makes a DAMN good burger.

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    For you west siders, try Sandies by the Beech, on 5 Mile just west of Beech Daly. Great bacon cheese burgers. All their burgers and sandwiches are really good. Nice relaxed atmoshere, and outdoor patio seating. Yummmmmmm

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    Right now I'm partial to the Black and Bleu burger at Mill Street in Pontiac. blackened cajun style with bleu cheese melted on top and fresh veggies. add a sid of homemade chips -- yum

    ps - Red Coat is great, esp. with burnt onions

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    Basement Burger Bar in Farmington.

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    The best burger I have EVER eaten is at the Howell Bar in Dearborn. Served with the hand-cut fries at only $3.75. Don't go on Tuesdays (no cook) and plan on having a couple of drinks while you wait as the cook 'slow cooks' the burgers. But seriously, the best ever!

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    The Detroiter and the Bronx both have excellent burgers.

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    my vote is with the Foran Burger, at Foran's Irish Pub (Woodward & Congress)

    Miller's in Dearborn is awesome as well

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    Irish Coffee in GP on Mack a few doors down from the post office.

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