Zagat named In-n-Out’s double double the best burger in the city of LA. It’s a coveted title, especially in a region known to have catapulted the hamburger into US uber-popularity. (Though it’s origins are traced back to Wichita, Kansas and the White Castle burger.)
Out of Glendale, Bob Wian created the “big boy” burger, leading to the once popular chain, Bob’s Big Boy. In 1948, the McDonald brothers, spiffed up their San Bernardino restaurant, birthing America’s first fast food chain: McDonald's, giving customers the first burger on-the-go. Then there’s the stand-alone restaurants, currently loved of locals, like Pie 'n Burger in Pasadena, and Apple Pan on the west side.
Today, we’re digging in to that special meaty sandwich, to find-out which burger you think is best here in Los Angeles. Are you an In-N-Out devotee, or do you favor another burger?