36. Burger House, Dallas, TX; (214) 361-0370. The 1951 original location on Hillcrest is the best.
37. Burton Cafe, Burton, TX; (979) 289-3849. The fresh buns and toppings make it great.
38. Carlile's Barbecue, Birmingham, AL; (205) 254-9266. The burger stars at this barbecue spot.
39. Cotham's Mercantile, Scott, AR; (501) 961-9284. Burgers so big, they're called "Hub Caps."
40. Five Guys Old Town, Alexandria, VA; (703) 549-7991. Hand-formed patties with fabulous fries--plain or with Cajun spice.
41. Huey's Midtown, Memphis, TN; (901) 726-4372 or www.hueys.cc. The Midtown location serves the best burgers by far.
42. Kincaid's Hamburgers, Fort Worth, TX; (817) 732-2881. Burgers worth dreaming about.
43. The Latham Hotel, Washington, D.C.; (202) 726-5000. Order the hamburger from room service for a special treat.
44. Latitude, Greenville, SC; (864) 467-1101 or www.latitude-westend.com. Ask any local. The homemade prime rib burger is a lunchtime must.
45. O'Connell's Pub, St. Louis, MO; (314) 773-6600. Huge burgers made of chopped sirloin.
46. Port of Call, New Orleans, LA; (504) 523-0120. Burgers so big that they're difficult to bite.
Note: This article has been updated on October 31, 2005. At this time, we are unable to reach this business (or homeowner) after Hurricane Katrina. Please contact us if you have any information regarding its status.
47. The Prince of Hamburgers, Dallas, TX; (214) 526-9081. Delicious handmade burgers served to you in your car.
48. Stamps Superburgers, Jackson, MS; (601) 713-3020. Turkey burgers that are just as good as beef ones.
49. Wunsche Bros. Cafe, Spring, TX; (281) 350-1902 or www.wunschebroscafe.com. An old-fashioned dive serving old-fashioned burgers.