Top 5 Hamburgers

Here is how we roll in Cali:

Father's Office, Los Angeles
Hodad's, San Diego
In-N-Out, Baldwin Park
TK Burger, Costa Mesa
Jalama Beach Grill, Santa Barbara

How do you roll?
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Kobbler King
3622 West Jefferson Boulevard (& Crenshaw)
Los Angeles, CA 90016-4206
(323) 731-9286

Absolutely rocks. LA Times(?) had an article 5 years ago or so on the 28 year old "kid" who owns this tiny shack. He personally handmakes his cobblers of all flavors depending on which fruit is in season. They are fantastic. He makes maybe a hundred or so a day and they all sell out by afternoon. But, they also do Chicken Fingers, Hot Wings, Shrimp Scampi, Jambalaya, Grilled Shrimp, Cajun Shrimp, Red Snapper, Catfish, Gumbo.

Tasty Q Bar-B-Cue is right around the corner on Crenshaw. Good BBQ & sides and great prices. BTW, bring your own turkey and they'll deep fry it for you while you eat.

While your are there, just keep going south on Crenshaw to The Cobbler Lady(3854 Crenshaw Boulevard). A different style from Kobbler King, but certainly as good. I've never tried anything but the deserts there, and they are pretty damn good.
Is Roscoe's Chicken & Waffles still around? It was a popular spot many years ago when I lived in LA. Ditto Buffalo Club.
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Here's a heads-up for you guys, for when you make burgers and steaks at home. Peter Luger's steak sauce is available online. This stuff makes all other steak sauces second fiddle, even pretty good ones like Virginia Gentleman. Everyone who's tried it so far agrees, there's nothing close. Another nice thing about it is that it has good synergy with John Henry's Pecan Rub, which is also a lot of fun.
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