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Hazelwood restaurant Angelo's Chicago Taste keeps it simple with a modest storefront and a straightforward menu. Guests can order at the counter and sit at one of the few tables inside. The menu features gyros, tamales, Philly cheese steak, burgers, fajitas, and Chicago-style hot dogs, among other sandwich selections.
From its cozy storefront in the Central West End neighborhood, Audi-K's serves up more than 25 different kinds of hot dogs. Options include the Chicago dog (or, if you prefer, the St. Louis dog - with barbecue sauce, pickles and onions), the BLT dog and the restaurant's namesake dog, which features cream cheese dressing and grilled onions. Audi-K's also serves veggie dogs. Beyond the buns, Audi-K's offers nachos, salads and breakfast items including a breakfast burrito and a build-a-breakfast sandwich with the choice of bread and meat along with egg and cheese.
Five Guys was founded in Arlington, Virginia, in 1986. There are now more than 300 Five Guys locations spread across 25 states. The menu is blissfully simple: burgers, hot dogs and fries. The regular burger has two thin patties, the “little” burger one. You can order your burger plain, with cheese, with bacon or with cheese and bacon. All of the other toppings are free. The list is standard, with raw jalapeño slices being the most exotic. The burgers are terrific, and the French fries are just about perfect. The whole operation is impressively efficient, fast food as it ought to be.
Five Guys was founded in Arlington, Virginia, in 1986. There are now more than 300 Five Guys locations spread across 25 states. The menu is blissfully simple: burgers, hot dogs and fries. The regular burger has two thin patties, the “little” burger one. You can order your burger plain, with cheese, with bacon or with cheese and bacon. All of the other toppings are free. The list is standard, with raw jalapeño slices being the most exotic. The burgers are terrific, and the French fries are just about perfect. The whole operation is impressively efficient, fast food as it ought to be.
Five Guys was founded in Arlington, Virginia, in 1986. There are now more than 300 Five Guys locations spread across 25 states. The menu is blissfully simple: burgers, hot dogs and fries. The regular burger has two thin patties, the “little” burger one. You can order your burger plain, with cheese, with bacon or with cheese and bacon. All of the other toppings are free. The list is standard, with raw jalapeño slices being the most exotic. The burgers are terrific, and the French fries are just about perfect. The whole operation is impressively efficient, fast food as it ought to be.
Five Guys was founded in Arlington, Virginia, in 1986. There are now more than 300 Five Guys locations spread across 25 states. The menu is blissfully simple: burgers, hot dogs and fries. The regular burger has two thin patties, the "little" burger one. You can order your burger plain, with cheese, with bacon or with cheese and bacon. All of the other toppings are free. The list is standard, with raw jalapeño slices being the most exotic. The burgers are terrific, and the French fries are just about perfect. The whole operation is impressively efficient, fast food as it ought to be.
Five Guys was founded in Arlington, Virginia, in 1986. There are now more than 300 Five Guys locations spread across 25 states. The menu is blissfully simple: burgers, hot dogs and fries. The regular burger has two thin patties, the “little” burger one. You can order your burger plain, with cheese, with bacon or with cheese and bacon. All of the other toppings are free. The list is standard, with raw jalapeño slices being the most exotic. The burgers are terrific, and the French fries are just about perfect. The whole operation is impressively efficient, fast food as it ought to be.
Five Guys was founded in Arlington, Virginia, in 1986. There are now more than 300 Five Guys locations spread across 25 states. The menu is blissfully simple: burgers, hot dogs and fries. The regular burger has two thin patties, the “little” burger one. You can order your burger plain, with cheese, with bacon or with cheese and bacon. All of the other toppings are free. The list is standard, with raw jalapeño slices being the most exotic. The burgers are terrific, and the French fries are just about perfect. The whole operation is impressively efficient, fast food as it ought to be.
Five Guys was founded in Arlington, Virginia, in 1986. There are now more than 300 Five Guys locations spread across 25 states. The menu is blissfully simple: burgers, hot dogs and fries. The regular burger has two thin patties, the "little" burger one. You can order your burger plain, with cheese, with bacon or with cheese and bacon. All of the other toppings are free. The list is standard, with raw jalapeño slices being the most exotic. The burgers are terrific, and the French fries are just about perfect. The whole operation is impressively efficient, fast food as it ought to be.
Though a small restaurant, Fozzie's follows the "more is more" principle. There are twenty sandwiches, almost all of them overstuffed, as well as burgers, hot dogs and gyros (and salads, appetizer dips and milkshakes, too). There is the B.A.B.T.L. (bacon and bacon, lettuce and tomato) with a half-pound of bacon, and the awesome "Big Bend Mafia," with Italian-seasoned beef and salsiccia. The signature dish might be the Juicy Lucy, a Minneapolis-St. Paul specialty that consists of a cheeseburger with the cheese stuffed inside the patty. The salads, featuring with vegetables from the restaurant's own garden, are very good.
Located in the food court on the upper level of Union Station, Gateway Burgers provides visitors with quick, affordable meal options. As expected, burgers reign supreme, with the standard burger or cheeseburger, a "giant" burger, a veggie burger and a turkey burger among the options. Gateway Burgers also serves wraps, wings, nachos, hot dogs and even turkey legs.
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