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Does the gourmet burger trend deserve to die?

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15 comments
Will Hayden
Will Hayden

Yes. (I'm looking at you, Drake's Haus)

Robbie Ratay
Robbie Ratay

No. I think your stupid where am I eating shit should die

Clint Jahn
Clint Jahn

Burger needs to be SIMPLE, made with quality fresh ingredients and properly cooked over an open flame. Even decent burger places fail at this. Tripling the price and covering it with silly condiments is not an improvement. Homemade is best.

Meghan Kellie
Meghan Kellie

Yes! Went to B&W last week. Environment was awesome; burger had so much "frill" in it I couldn't tell it was even a burger!

Pete Copeland
Pete Copeland

This is ridiculous, it's America, people aren't going to stop eating burgers anytime soon.

Foster Wygant
Foster Wygant

They arent good. They are an sloppy, easy-to-make abomination, that never tastes as good as just a classic burger.

LaRae Martinez
LaRae Martinez

No I love gourmet burgers $12 who cares its worth it especially when I'm paying $8 for a fast-food burger thst not great at all.

Aksel Aldric Barnes
Aksel Aldric Barnes

Well I'll tell you, I don't enjoy paying 12 bucks for a burger. No matter if it is the best non-homemade burger I've ever had.

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