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The List: Five top selling burgers in Cloverdale

Saturday, February 9th, 2013 | Posted by | 7 responses

British Burger - 1/3 pound beef topped with melted cheese, house smoked bacon, lettuce, tomatoes and onions, served with fries or coleslaw, $13.50 (double $16.50). Hamburger Ranch, 31195 N. Redwood Hwy.  894-5616

Bacon Cheeseburger - 1/4 pound Neiman Ranch beef, cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and mayo with Pick’s special red hamburger relish, $7.50. Take it “over the top” by adding a fried organic farm fresh egg for only $1 more. Pick’s Drive-In, 117 S. Cloverdale Blvd.  894-2962

Midnight Express Burger – 8 oz. beef, Applewood smoked bacon, spicy guacamole and melted queso fresco, lettuce, tomatoes and grilled onions, served with fries and caboose sauce, $13.50. Railroad Station Bar & Grill, 114 Railroad Ave.   894-4779

Great Western Burger - 7 oz. beef with bacon, cheddar cheese and onion rings smothered in BBQ sauce, plusfries or salad, $11.50. Ruth McGowan’s Brewpub, 131 E. First St., 894-9610.

Jalapeño Jack Burger – 6 oz. beef, jack cheese and pickled jalapeño rings, with lettuce, tomatoes and red onions, plusfries or potato salad, $8.95. Zini’s Diner, 796 S. Cloverdale Blvd., 894-9444.

Is your favorite Cloverdale burger listed? If not, tell us what it is – and where to find it – in the comments section below.

7 Comments for “The List: Five top selling burgers in Cloverdale”

  1. Nancy Turpen Lucas

    And all of them delicious! Hard to say what is the very best because they are all EXCELLENT!

  2. My burger didn’t make the list! It’s the made from scratch veggie burger at Railroad Station. It is the bomb! It has so many tasty ingredients that make it very flavorful and different, and I’m kind of a veggie burger “snob”. ;)

  3. You made me hungry, MJ!
    Now I want to go out for a burger!

  4. The Fungi Burger at the Hamburger Ranch is the best I have ever tasted. I don’t get up that way too often, but whenever I do, that is where I head for lunch.

  5. When I worked at Pick’s a gazillion years ago (’82~’85?) we had a couple who would stop on their way home to San Fran for the burgers and fries every time they came through town. The wife was quite a bit younger than the husband with long, dark beautiful hair, sporting a good~sized diamond ring. They were very nice and excellent tippers. To this day, whenever anyone I know is going to be traveling anywhere near Pick’s, they know they had better bring my Dad, Lloyd White, and I a jar of Pick’s special relish home.

  6. That midnight express burger sounds awesome! Guac on a burger is great, plus the bacon would make it even better. Yum.

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