Start with this classic. McDonald's debuted the Double in 1992, but the Quarter Pounder has been available since 1971.
This burger is a carnivore's dream and one of Wendy's best examples of how a big brand can upgrade its burgers.
The Super Star is big, but it's not a Monster Burger, which not everyone can take. That doesn't taste like a kid's burger.
Since 1984, Culver's has expanded beyond the Midwest. It's famous for its burgers and has expanded nationwide.
Five Guys, one of the first better-burger chains, belongs on any list of America's best burgers.
The Shack Burger uses simple, high-quality ingredients on a soft potato bread.
Fast-food fans nationally know In-N-Out, even though it's largely West Coast.
Everything is larger in Texas, including the state's most popular burger chain.
The most popular slider in the United States is a cultural icon in more ways than one.
Freddy's delivers on the crisp margins of a well-executed smash burger, which, let's be honest, are one of the few things in fast food that can compare.