Yes, there’s another burger bracket, and yes, Company Burger’s in it to win it

July 31, 2015 - Picnic Time

UPDATE: Looks like Company Burger has simply advanced.

Maybe since summer is cruise time and zero screams cruise like a sizzling burger off a grill, yet regardless, another “best burger bracket” has flush on a Internet, and this time New Orleans has a dog (or pattie?) in a hunt.

Company Burger — Brett Anderson’s collect for a best in a Crescent City — is one of 16 finalists in a burger joint devised and announced by Thrillist earlier in a week. (The burger’s simple “single” burger is a burger in play here.) The burger is now going bun-to-bun against Pie ‘N Burger’s Hamburger with cheese true outta Pasadena, Calif.

Reading Anderson’s outline of a Company Burger gives us wish that it will move home a prize (though your opinion competence help). Here’s a sampling from a Dining Guide post:

“This restaurant’s signature cheeseburger has no accurate peer; it accomplishes too much. The patties – yes, there are two, nonetheless we adore it roughly as many with only one – are done from house-ground Creekstone Farms meat, a hormone giveaway product that matches a brawny integrity of steakhouse burgers. They are griddle-cooked, giving a burgers a additional luscious season of diner-style patties, and made-to-order for a discerning turnaround, in suitability with a complicated transformation towards cordial quick food. Thin-sliced onions warp underneath a patties, mixing with housemade bread and butter pickles to yield two-pronged, fat-taming bite.”

This burger joint comes on a heels of news that Whataburger claimed bragging rights to being a many renouned burger sequence in America, according to a check sponsored by Fast Company. Five Guys, that has locations metro New Orleans, was a runner-up in that one.

The second turn of voting ends during midnight Thursday night (as in tonight, Jul 30/July 31). Good luck, y’all.

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