Burger Battle: Who Has the Best?

What's your favorite local burger place?

Recently we asked readers where they go when they're craving a juicy cheeseburger. With places like and , there's many delicious options to choose from, but who do you think has the best in Morton Grove?

What's your preference? Lettuce, tomato, onions, pickels or all of the above? The burger battle rages on, let us know your favorite place in town!


Here's what readers had to say:


Jim Hoffman located at Classic Bowl is burgerlicious!
Fresh Angus Beef smothered with your choice of cheese - american, swiss, cheddar or mozzarella and topped with fresh lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, mustard & ketchup. You can have it simple with a single 1/3lb patty or make it a double or add bacon or a fried egg - anyway you choose these burgers are superb. The Grill is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC from 11 am - 1 am daily so you can have your burger for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a late night snack. Like The GRILL at facebook.com/thegrillatclassicbowl for daily specials and meal deals.

Karen Bochek Gates Bringer Inn on Lincoln Ave..has the best burgers!!!

Cheryl Yesinick Ward Kappy's!!!

George Alpogianis Kappy's has the best burgers in town. We use 100% Certified Angus Beef . The Motherload, 1/2 # cheddar burger with grilled onions, bacon mushrooms, lettuce tomato & 1000 island has become our hottest seller!!

Ruth Goldman Helgemo Hands down it's Nicky Nolo's! All the fixings or none, the burger itself is chargrilled perfection!

Jacky Liston Bringer Inn! And their Monday-Friday Lunch special is a hamburger for just $3 and a cheeseburger for just $4 between 11am and 2pm!


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Benjamin Reed September 22, 2011 at 05:06 PM


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