Travel + Leisure names Denver one of America's best burger cities
If you want pizza, your best bet is to head to Chicago or New York; for lobster, go to Boston (or better yet, Maine); Salmon or Pacific oysters swim best in Seattle; crab is best in San Francisco or Maryland; and a hankering for barbecue will take you to Kansas City, Memphis or the Carolinas.
And according to Travel + Leisure, if you're after a burger, there are few better places in the country to get one than right here in Denver.
The magazine just listed the best burger cities in the country, and Denver came in fourth, behind Houston, Salt Lake City and Providence -- but ahead of both Los Angeles, which boasts In-n-Out and Umami Burgers, and New York City, where Shake Shack reigns supreme. Evidence of our burger prowess: HBurger's Angus beef patty -- topped with Hatch green chiles and tomato jam -- as well as the classic cheeseburger at Bud's Bar in Sedalia, which has received numerous Westword Best of awards, including Best Burger in 2009.
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