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The Daily Meal recently published our 101 Best Burgers in America for 2014, and in order to compile our ranking, we assembled a list of nearly 200 burgers from all across the country, from Spruce Pine, North Carolina to Hillsboro, Oregon. We then divided these burgers by region, and compiled a survey that was taken by a panel of 50 noted food writers, journalists, bloggers, and culinary authorities from across the country, asking them to vote for their favorites; limited, of course, to the ones that they’d tried. We tallied the results, and published the 101 stellar American burgers with the most votes.

It’s the sign of a great food city when you can find two crazy restaurant waits within three blocks of each other. So it is in the case of Hot Doug’s (closing later this year) and Kuma’s Corner, some would argue Chicago’s best hot dog and burger joints. It’s not a quiet place to eat — the restaurant’s ethos is "Support your community. Eat beef. Bang your head." But with all the pyrotechnics that go off when you take a bite, the heavy metal doesn’t just make sense, it’s a perfect fit. There are burgers with tomatillo salsa and fried chiles, burgers with Sriracha and grilled pineapple, but if you have to choose just one, go for the signature, the Kuma Burger: bacon, sharp Cheddar, lettuce, tomato, onion, and a fried egg. It’s not as though there’s not enough flavor in the burger, but that egg really makes the dish.

For the title of best burger in Chicago, the Kuma Burger beat out the Griddled Burger at Edzo’s (#53), and the cheeseburger at Au Cheval. Overall, it’s nothing short of burger perfection, and it’s the best burger in America.

Kate Kolenda is the Restaurant/City Guide Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @BeefWerky and @theconversant.


Sorry, Burgers: A Chicken Chain Is America&rsquos Favorite Fast Food Restaurant

In-N-Out's cult-favorite burger restaurants take second place in Market Force&rsquos annual satisfaction survey.

All rankings of fast food restaurants are inherently flawed. McDonald’s constantly ranks towards the bottom of customer satisfaction surveys but first in sales, so clearly there’s something about consumer habits that these polls fail to capture. Still, it’s interesting to see how public sentiment on different chains shifts, even if it doesn’t directly tie to how they vote with their wallets.

Speaking of which, Market Force is back with their annual look at 𠇊merica’s favorite” fast food chains, polling over 7,600 consumers, then honing in on how satisfied they were with their most recent visit and whether they would recommend the brand to others. Compared to the 2018 list, plenty stayed the same, but a few significant switches occurred, too.

Starting with what you may already have guessed: The burger, chicken, and Mexican categories all featured returning champions from last year thanks to three chains that are proven to have devout followings: In-N-Out, Chick-fil-A, and Chipotle. The only movement among these brands is that, for 2019, Chick-fil-A locked down the highest overall score, dethroning last year’s overall king, In-N-Out.

Meanwhile, the biggest movement came in the sandwich and pizza departments. After garnering headlines as the top sandwich shop last year, Wawa has slipped down to the number three spot in the category with Jersey Mike’s jumping to number one. Firehouse Subs watched the two chains play leapfrog as it held down its second-place finish. And in the pizza category, Blaze Pizza came out of nowhere to win — literally. Blaze didn’t even appear on last year’s survey. And ironically enough, last year’s number one, Pizza Ranch, didn’t earn enough votes to qualify for this year’s survey. Go figure.

Market Force looked at two other categories as well: For 𠇌offee and bakery” chains, Krispy Kreme was 𠇊 clear favorite” over its top competition, Panera and Starbucks. And in the 𠇏rozen dessert and smoothie” group, Culver’s ranked first over other top options including Cold Stone Creamery, Baskin-Robbins, and Dairy Queen.

And what about the mighty McDonald’s? Well, as you may have guessed, it once again came in last among the 14 burgers chains evaluated in the poll, grabbing a paltry score of 29 percent — a full 45 points below In-N-Out’s 73 percent score. I’m sure it will give MickeyD’s plenty to contemplate while they continue to top every single restaurant on the entire list in sales.


Sorry, Burgers: A Chicken Chain Is America&rsquos Favorite Fast Food Restaurant

In-N-Out's cult-favorite burger restaurants take second place in Market Force&rsquos annual satisfaction survey.

All rankings of fast food restaurants are inherently flawed. McDonald’s constantly ranks towards the bottom of customer satisfaction surveys but first in sales, so clearly there’s something about consumer habits that these polls fail to capture. Still, it’s interesting to see how public sentiment on different chains shifts, even if it doesn’t directly tie to how they vote with their wallets.

Speaking of which, Market Force is back with their annual look at 𠇊merica’s favorite” fast food chains, polling over 7,600 consumers, then honing in on how satisfied they were with their most recent visit and whether they would recommend the brand to others. Compared to the 2018 list, plenty stayed the same, but a few significant switches occurred, too.

Starting with what you may already have guessed: The burger, chicken, and Mexican categories all featured returning champions from last year thanks to three chains that are proven to have devout followings: In-N-Out, Chick-fil-A, and Chipotle. The only movement among these brands is that, for 2019, Chick-fil-A locked down the highest overall score, dethroning last year’s overall king, In-N-Out.

Meanwhile, the biggest movement came in the sandwich and pizza departments. After garnering headlines as the top sandwich shop last year, Wawa has slipped down to the number three spot in the category with Jersey Mike’s jumping to number one. Firehouse Subs watched the two chains play leapfrog as it held down its second-place finish. And in the pizza category, Blaze Pizza came out of nowhere to win — literally. Blaze didn’t even appear on last year’s survey. And ironically enough, last year’s number one, Pizza Ranch, didn’t earn enough votes to qualify for this year’s survey. Go figure.

Market Force looked at two other categories as well: For 𠇌offee and bakery” chains, Krispy Kreme was 𠇊 clear favorite” over its top competition, Panera and Starbucks. And in the 𠇏rozen dessert and smoothie” group, Culver’s ranked first over other top options including Cold Stone Creamery, Baskin-Robbins, and Dairy Queen.

And what about the mighty McDonald’s? Well, as you may have guessed, it once again came in last among the 14 burgers chains evaluated in the poll, grabbing a paltry score of 29 percent — a full 45 points below In-N-Out’s 73 percent score. I’m sure it will give MickeyD’s plenty to contemplate while they continue to top every single restaurant on the entire list in sales.


Sorry, Burgers: A Chicken Chain Is America&rsquos Favorite Fast Food Restaurant

In-N-Out's cult-favorite burger restaurants take second place in Market Force&rsquos annual satisfaction survey.

All rankings of fast food restaurants are inherently flawed. McDonald’s constantly ranks towards the bottom of customer satisfaction surveys but first in sales, so clearly there’s something about consumer habits that these polls fail to capture. Still, it’s interesting to see how public sentiment on different chains shifts, even if it doesn’t directly tie to how they vote with their wallets.

Speaking of which, Market Force is back with their annual look at 𠇊merica’s favorite” fast food chains, polling over 7,600 consumers, then honing in on how satisfied they were with their most recent visit and whether they would recommend the brand to others. Compared to the 2018 list, plenty stayed the same, but a few significant switches occurred, too.

Starting with what you may already have guessed: The burger, chicken, and Mexican categories all featured returning champions from last year thanks to three chains that are proven to have devout followings: In-N-Out, Chick-fil-A, and Chipotle. The only movement among these brands is that, for 2019, Chick-fil-A locked down the highest overall score, dethroning last year’s overall king, In-N-Out.

Meanwhile, the biggest movement came in the sandwich and pizza departments. After garnering headlines as the top sandwich shop last year, Wawa has slipped down to the number three spot in the category with Jersey Mike’s jumping to number one. Firehouse Subs watched the two chains play leapfrog as it held down its second-place finish. And in the pizza category, Blaze Pizza came out of nowhere to win — literally. Blaze didn’t even appear on last year’s survey. And ironically enough, last year’s number one, Pizza Ranch, didn’t earn enough votes to qualify for this year’s survey. Go figure.

Market Force looked at two other categories as well: For 𠇌offee and bakery” chains, Krispy Kreme was 𠇊 clear favorite” over its top competition, Panera and Starbucks. And in the 𠇏rozen dessert and smoothie” group, Culver’s ranked first over other top options including Cold Stone Creamery, Baskin-Robbins, and Dairy Queen.

And what about the mighty McDonald’s? Well, as you may have guessed, it once again came in last among the 14 burgers chains evaluated in the poll, grabbing a paltry score of 29 percent — a full 45 points below In-N-Out’s 73 percent score. I’m sure it will give MickeyD’s plenty to contemplate while they continue to top every single restaurant on the entire list in sales.


Sorry, Burgers: A Chicken Chain Is America&rsquos Favorite Fast Food Restaurant

In-N-Out's cult-favorite burger restaurants take second place in Market Force&rsquos annual satisfaction survey.

All rankings of fast food restaurants are inherently flawed. McDonald’s constantly ranks towards the bottom of customer satisfaction surveys but first in sales, so clearly there’s something about consumer habits that these polls fail to capture. Still, it’s interesting to see how public sentiment on different chains shifts, even if it doesn’t directly tie to how they vote with their wallets.

Speaking of which, Market Force is back with their annual look at 𠇊merica’s favorite” fast food chains, polling over 7,600 consumers, then honing in on how satisfied they were with their most recent visit and whether they would recommend the brand to others. Compared to the 2018 list, plenty stayed the same, but a few significant switches occurred, too.

Starting with what you may already have guessed: The burger, chicken, and Mexican categories all featured returning champions from last year thanks to three chains that are proven to have devout followings: In-N-Out, Chick-fil-A, and Chipotle. The only movement among these brands is that, for 2019, Chick-fil-A locked down the highest overall score, dethroning last year’s overall king, In-N-Out.

Meanwhile, the biggest movement came in the sandwich and pizza departments. After garnering headlines as the top sandwich shop last year, Wawa has slipped down to the number three spot in the category with Jersey Mike’s jumping to number one. Firehouse Subs watched the two chains play leapfrog as it held down its second-place finish. And in the pizza category, Blaze Pizza came out of nowhere to win — literally. Blaze didn’t even appear on last year’s survey. And ironically enough, last year’s number one, Pizza Ranch, didn’t earn enough votes to qualify for this year’s survey. Go figure.

Market Force looked at two other categories as well: For 𠇌offee and bakery” chains, Krispy Kreme was 𠇊 clear favorite” over its top competition, Panera and Starbucks. And in the 𠇏rozen dessert and smoothie” group, Culver’s ranked first over other top options including Cold Stone Creamery, Baskin-Robbins, and Dairy Queen.

And what about the mighty McDonald’s? Well, as you may have guessed, it once again came in last among the 14 burgers chains evaluated in the poll, grabbing a paltry score of 29 percent — a full 45 points below In-N-Out’s 73 percent score. I’m sure it will give MickeyD’s plenty to contemplate while they continue to top every single restaurant on the entire list in sales.


Sorry, Burgers: A Chicken Chain Is America&rsquos Favorite Fast Food Restaurant

In-N-Out's cult-favorite burger restaurants take second place in Market Force&rsquos annual satisfaction survey.

All rankings of fast food restaurants are inherently flawed. McDonald’s constantly ranks towards the bottom of customer satisfaction surveys but first in sales, so clearly there’s something about consumer habits that these polls fail to capture. Still, it’s interesting to see how public sentiment on different chains shifts, even if it doesn’t directly tie to how they vote with their wallets.

Speaking of which, Market Force is back with their annual look at 𠇊merica’s favorite” fast food chains, polling over 7,600 consumers, then honing in on how satisfied they were with their most recent visit and whether they would recommend the brand to others. Compared to the 2018 list, plenty stayed the same, but a few significant switches occurred, too.

Starting with what you may already have guessed: The burger, chicken, and Mexican categories all featured returning champions from last year thanks to three chains that are proven to have devout followings: In-N-Out, Chick-fil-A, and Chipotle. The only movement among these brands is that, for 2019, Chick-fil-A locked down the highest overall score, dethroning last year’s overall king, In-N-Out.

Meanwhile, the biggest movement came in the sandwich and pizza departments. After garnering headlines as the top sandwich shop last year, Wawa has slipped down to the number three spot in the category with Jersey Mike’s jumping to number one. Firehouse Subs watched the two chains play leapfrog as it held down its second-place finish. And in the pizza category, Blaze Pizza came out of nowhere to win — literally. Blaze didn’t even appear on last year’s survey. And ironically enough, last year’s number one, Pizza Ranch, didn’t earn enough votes to qualify for this year’s survey. Go figure.

Market Force looked at two other categories as well: For 𠇌offee and bakery” chains, Krispy Kreme was 𠇊 clear favorite” over its top competition, Panera and Starbucks. And in the 𠇏rozen dessert and smoothie” group, Culver’s ranked first over other top options including Cold Stone Creamery, Baskin-Robbins, and Dairy Queen.

And what about the mighty McDonald’s? Well, as you may have guessed, it once again came in last among the 14 burgers chains evaluated in the poll, grabbing a paltry score of 29 percent — a full 45 points below In-N-Out’s 73 percent score. I’m sure it will give MickeyD’s plenty to contemplate while they continue to top every single restaurant on the entire list in sales.


Sorry, Burgers: A Chicken Chain Is America&rsquos Favorite Fast Food Restaurant

In-N-Out's cult-favorite burger restaurants take second place in Market Force&rsquos annual satisfaction survey.

All rankings of fast food restaurants are inherently flawed. McDonald’s constantly ranks towards the bottom of customer satisfaction surveys but first in sales, so clearly there’s something about consumer habits that these polls fail to capture. Still, it’s interesting to see how public sentiment on different chains shifts, even if it doesn’t directly tie to how they vote with their wallets.

Speaking of which, Market Force is back with their annual look at 𠇊merica’s favorite” fast food chains, polling over 7,600 consumers, then honing in on how satisfied they were with their most recent visit and whether they would recommend the brand to others. Compared to the 2018 list, plenty stayed the same, but a few significant switches occurred, too.

Starting with what you may already have guessed: The burger, chicken, and Mexican categories all featured returning champions from last year thanks to three chains that are proven to have devout followings: In-N-Out, Chick-fil-A, and Chipotle. The only movement among these brands is that, for 2019, Chick-fil-A locked down the highest overall score, dethroning last year’s overall king, In-N-Out.

Meanwhile, the biggest movement came in the sandwich and pizza departments. After garnering headlines as the top sandwich shop last year, Wawa has slipped down to the number three spot in the category with Jersey Mike’s jumping to number one. Firehouse Subs watched the two chains play leapfrog as it held down its second-place finish. And in the pizza category, Blaze Pizza came out of nowhere to win — literally. Blaze didn’t even appear on last year’s survey. And ironically enough, last year’s number one, Pizza Ranch, didn’t earn enough votes to qualify for this year’s survey. Go figure.

Market Force looked at two other categories as well: For 𠇌offee and bakery” chains, Krispy Kreme was 𠇊 clear favorite” over its top competition, Panera and Starbucks. And in the 𠇏rozen dessert and smoothie” group, Culver’s ranked first over other top options including Cold Stone Creamery, Baskin-Robbins, and Dairy Queen.

And what about the mighty McDonald’s? Well, as you may have guessed, it once again came in last among the 14 burgers chains evaluated in the poll, grabbing a paltry score of 29 percent — a full 45 points below In-N-Out’s 73 percent score. I’m sure it will give MickeyD’s plenty to contemplate while they continue to top every single restaurant on the entire list in sales.


Sorry, Burgers: A Chicken Chain Is America&rsquos Favorite Fast Food Restaurant

In-N-Out's cult-favorite burger restaurants take second place in Market Force&rsquos annual satisfaction survey.

All rankings of fast food restaurants are inherently flawed. McDonald’s constantly ranks towards the bottom of customer satisfaction surveys but first in sales, so clearly there’s something about consumer habits that these polls fail to capture. Still, it’s interesting to see how public sentiment on different chains shifts, even if it doesn’t directly tie to how they vote with their wallets.

Speaking of which, Market Force is back with their annual look at 𠇊merica’s favorite” fast food chains, polling over 7,600 consumers, then honing in on how satisfied they were with their most recent visit and whether they would recommend the brand to others. Compared to the 2018 list, plenty stayed the same, but a few significant switches occurred, too.

Starting with what you may already have guessed: The burger, chicken, and Mexican categories all featured returning champions from last year thanks to three chains that are proven to have devout followings: In-N-Out, Chick-fil-A, and Chipotle. The only movement among these brands is that, for 2019, Chick-fil-A locked down the highest overall score, dethroning last year’s overall king, In-N-Out.

Meanwhile, the biggest movement came in the sandwich and pizza departments. After garnering headlines as the top sandwich shop last year, Wawa has slipped down to the number three spot in the category with Jersey Mike’s jumping to number one. Firehouse Subs watched the two chains play leapfrog as it held down its second-place finish. And in the pizza category, Blaze Pizza came out of nowhere to win — literally. Blaze didn’t even appear on last year’s survey. And ironically enough, last year’s number one, Pizza Ranch, didn’t earn enough votes to qualify for this year’s survey. Go figure.

Market Force looked at two other categories as well: For 𠇌offee and bakery” chains, Krispy Kreme was 𠇊 clear favorite” over its top competition, Panera and Starbucks. And in the 𠇏rozen dessert and smoothie” group, Culver’s ranked first over other top options including Cold Stone Creamery, Baskin-Robbins, and Dairy Queen.

And what about the mighty McDonald’s? Well, as you may have guessed, it once again came in last among the 14 burgers chains evaluated in the poll, grabbing a paltry score of 29 percent — a full 45 points below In-N-Out’s 73 percent score. I’m sure it will give MickeyD’s plenty to contemplate while they continue to top every single restaurant on the entire list in sales.


Sorry, Burgers: A Chicken Chain Is America&rsquos Favorite Fast Food Restaurant

In-N-Out's cult-favorite burger restaurants take second place in Market Force&rsquos annual satisfaction survey.

All rankings of fast food restaurants are inherently flawed. McDonald’s constantly ranks towards the bottom of customer satisfaction surveys but first in sales, so clearly there’s something about consumer habits that these polls fail to capture. Still, it’s interesting to see how public sentiment on different chains shifts, even if it doesn’t directly tie to how they vote with their wallets.

Speaking of which, Market Force is back with their annual look at 𠇊merica’s favorite” fast food chains, polling over 7,600 consumers, then honing in on how satisfied they were with their most recent visit and whether they would recommend the brand to others. Compared to the 2018 list, plenty stayed the same, but a few significant switches occurred, too.

Starting with what you may already have guessed: The burger, chicken, and Mexican categories all featured returning champions from last year thanks to three chains that are proven to have devout followings: In-N-Out, Chick-fil-A, and Chipotle. The only movement among these brands is that, for 2019, Chick-fil-A locked down the highest overall score, dethroning last year’s overall king, In-N-Out.

Meanwhile, the biggest movement came in the sandwich and pizza departments. After garnering headlines as the top sandwich shop last year, Wawa has slipped down to the number three spot in the category with Jersey Mike’s jumping to number one. Firehouse Subs watched the two chains play leapfrog as it held down its second-place finish. And in the pizza category, Blaze Pizza came out of nowhere to win — literally. Blaze didn’t even appear on last year’s survey. And ironically enough, last year’s number one, Pizza Ranch, didn’t earn enough votes to qualify for this year’s survey. Go figure.

Market Force looked at two other categories as well: For 𠇌offee and bakery” chains, Krispy Kreme was 𠇊 clear favorite” over its top competition, Panera and Starbucks. And in the 𠇏rozen dessert and smoothie” group, Culver’s ranked first over other top options including Cold Stone Creamery, Baskin-Robbins, and Dairy Queen.

And what about the mighty McDonald’s? Well, as you may have guessed, it once again came in last among the 14 burgers chains evaluated in the poll, grabbing a paltry score of 29 percent — a full 45 points below In-N-Out’s 73 percent score. I’m sure it will give MickeyD’s plenty to contemplate while they continue to top every single restaurant on the entire list in sales.


Sorry, Burgers: A Chicken Chain Is America&rsquos Favorite Fast Food Restaurant

In-N-Out's cult-favorite burger restaurants take second place in Market Force&rsquos annual satisfaction survey.

All rankings of fast food restaurants are inherently flawed. McDonald’s constantly ranks towards the bottom of customer satisfaction surveys but first in sales, so clearly there’s something about consumer habits that these polls fail to capture. Still, it’s interesting to see how public sentiment on different chains shifts, even if it doesn’t directly tie to how they vote with their wallets.

Speaking of which, Market Force is back with their annual look at 𠇊merica’s favorite” fast food chains, polling over 7,600 consumers, then honing in on how satisfied they were with their most recent visit and whether they would recommend the brand to others. Compared to the 2018 list, plenty stayed the same, but a few significant switches occurred, too.

Starting with what you may already have guessed: The burger, chicken, and Mexican categories all featured returning champions from last year thanks to three chains that are proven to have devout followings: In-N-Out, Chick-fil-A, and Chipotle. The only movement among these brands is that, for 2019, Chick-fil-A locked down the highest overall score, dethroning last year’s overall king, In-N-Out.

Meanwhile, the biggest movement came in the sandwich and pizza departments. After garnering headlines as the top sandwich shop last year, Wawa has slipped down to the number three spot in the category with Jersey Mike’s jumping to number one. Firehouse Subs watched the two chains play leapfrog as it held down its second-place finish. And in the pizza category, Blaze Pizza came out of nowhere to win — literally. Blaze didn’t even appear on last year’s survey. And ironically enough, last year’s number one, Pizza Ranch, didn’t earn enough votes to qualify for this year’s survey. Go figure.

Market Force looked at two other categories as well: For 𠇌offee and bakery” chains, Krispy Kreme was 𠇊 clear favorite” over its top competition, Panera and Starbucks. And in the 𠇏rozen dessert and smoothie” group, Culver’s ranked first over other top options including Cold Stone Creamery, Baskin-Robbins, and Dairy Queen.

And what about the mighty McDonald’s? Well, as you may have guessed, it once again came in last among the 14 burgers chains evaluated in the poll, grabbing a paltry score of 29 percent — a full 45 points below In-N-Out’s 73 percent score. I’m sure it will give MickeyD’s plenty to contemplate while they continue to top every single restaurant on the entire list in sales.


Sorry, Burgers: A Chicken Chain Is America&rsquos Favorite Fast Food Restaurant

In-N-Out's cult-favorite burger restaurants take second place in Market Force&rsquos annual satisfaction survey.

All rankings of fast food restaurants are inherently flawed. McDonald’s constantly ranks towards the bottom of customer satisfaction surveys but first in sales, so clearly there’s something about consumer habits that these polls fail to capture. Still, it’s interesting to see how public sentiment on different chains shifts, even if it doesn’t directly tie to how they vote with their wallets.

Speaking of which, Market Force is back with their annual look at 𠇊merica’s favorite” fast food chains, polling over 7,600 consumers, then honing in on how satisfied they were with their most recent visit and whether they would recommend the brand to others. Compared to the 2018 list, plenty stayed the same, but a few significant switches occurred, too.

Starting with what you may already have guessed: The burger, chicken, and Mexican categories all featured returning champions from last year thanks to three chains that are proven to have devout followings: In-N-Out, Chick-fil-A, and Chipotle. The only movement among these brands is that, for 2019, Chick-fil-A locked down the highest overall score, dethroning last year’s overall king, In-N-Out.

Meanwhile, the biggest movement came in the sandwich and pizza departments. After garnering headlines as the top sandwich shop last year, Wawa has slipped down to the number three spot in the category with Jersey Mike’s jumping to number one. Firehouse Subs watched the two chains play leapfrog as it held down its second-place finish. And in the pizza category, Blaze Pizza came out of nowhere to win — literally. Blaze didn’t even appear on last year’s survey. And ironically enough, last year’s number one, Pizza Ranch, didn’t earn enough votes to qualify for this year’s survey. Go figure.

Market Force looked at two other categories as well: For 𠇌offee and bakery” chains, Krispy Kreme was 𠇊 clear favorite” over its top competition, Panera and Starbucks. And in the 𠇏rozen dessert and smoothie” group, Culver’s ranked first over other top options including Cold Stone Creamery, Baskin-Robbins, and Dairy Queen.

And what about the mighty McDonald’s? Well, as you may have guessed, it once again came in last among the 14 burgers chains evaluated in the poll, grabbing a paltry score of 29 percent — a full 45 points below In-N-Out’s 73 percent score. I’m sure it will give MickeyD’s plenty to contemplate while they continue to top every single restaurant on the entire list in sales.


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