Since this has gone to a discussion on burgers worth …

Comment on Elevation Burger by AD.

Since this has gone to a discussion on burgers worth traveling for, I will chime in with the Burger Joint in NYC. They are not only worth traveling for, but should be the standard by which all others are measured.

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