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30 iconic and historic burgers to try across America

Lovefood Logo By Elizabeth Chorney-Booth of Lovefood | Slide 2 of 31: Louis’ Lunch is recognized by the Library of Congress as the birthplace of the hamburger. The burgers are still served as they were in 1895 and look a little bit different than the burgers in a bun that most modern restaurants serve. An Original Burger is made with five different cuts of meat, ground fresh and served on toasted white bread. They’re topped simply, with just cheese, onion and tomato.

The Original Burger, Louis’ Lunch, New Haven, Connecticut

Louis’ Lunch is recognized by the Library of Congress as the birthplace of the hamburger. The burgers are still served as they were in 1895 and look a little bit different than the burgers in a bun that most modern restaurants serve. An Original Burger is made with five different cuts of meat, ground fresh and served on toasted white bread. They’re topped simply, with just cheese, onion and tomato.

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