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05-02-2009, 03:20 PM
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Do the Alberta White spots have any Alberta-exclusive items on their menu?
I wouldn't know. I cannot remember the last time I actually took the time to look at a Whitespot menu... because once I am told they no longer sell the Legendary burger I might as well find a new place to go.

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05-02-2009, 03:24 PM
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I wouldn't know. I cannot remember the last time I actually took the time to look at a Whitespot menu... because once I am told they no longer sell the Legendary burger I might as well find a new place to go.
Double Double isn't to bad either. Tho it pretty much is the same thing with one extra patty.

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05-02-2009, 03:31 PM
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One of my friends just suggested Splitz. we should get a poll going for this after we get all the possibilities.

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I was really hoping to try one of those Deep Fried Mars Bars.
well you could go down the street to Winjjammer, they serve them there!

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05-02-2009, 03:35 PM
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well you could go down the street to Winjjammer, they serve them there!
worth it?

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05-02-2009, 03:38 PM
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The problem with Splitz is that it's pretty expensive. One of my favourites is "The Market Grill" on Granville Island. 10 bucks buys you a great burger and awesome fries.

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05-02-2009, 03:39 PM
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^^ Sorry that was my friend, I've already said this.

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05-02-2009, 03:43 PM
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Do the Alberta White spots have any Alberta-exclusive items on their menu?
Don't think so. They pretty much stick with the BC theme, at least the one nearest to me when I was in Calgary did.

Which reminds me, does anybody in BC make a decent buffalo burger? I miss The Ranchman's in Calgary.

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05-02-2009, 04:05 PM
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Don't think so. They pretty much stick with the BC theme, at least the one nearest to me when I was in Calgary did.

Which reminds me, does anybody in BC make a decent buffalo burger? I miss The Ranchman's in Calgary.
I had one in Trail B.C.

Some hole-in-the-wall you may never find.

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Hmm, maybe. Although I'm fairly positive that the family friend we went with was bragging about the In-n-out burger and how amazing it was. It was clearly something else though, as there are no in-n-out joints in Washington. For what its worth, I remember it being some sort of drive-in joint. It reminded me of whitespot's car meals.
Sounds like Sonic maybe?

http://www.sonicdrivein.com/home.jsp#/home

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If we're expanding our search to Seattle, this place is awesome: http://lunchboxlaboratory.com/

Although, be forewarned, their website is reminiscent of the heyday of Geocities.

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my parents used to take me to this place in new west.. Burger Haven? was huge and awesome, yet its been about 12 years since ive been.

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At cactus club about to have JD burger

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The only burgers I really know of outside of the major chains are bars, and none of the ones I've tried in Vancouver are terribly good.

Roo's Pub in Coquitlam actually has good burgers, which is a shame, since they don't serve cold beer.

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Also: http://www.dinehere.ca/results.asp?c=16

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05-02-2009, 06:31 PM
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JD was decent. Very solid.

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05-02-2009, 06:33 PM
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Burgers ETC is very good, though that is in Burnaby.

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Burgers ETC is very good, though that is in Burnaby.
Yeah, I'm a fan of this place as well. Another solid (but not great) burger is from Belgian Fries on commercial. Their fries are better than their burger, but its fairly solid in itself. They also serve a deepfried mars bar dessert that someone earlier was talking about.

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JD was decent. Very solid.
Cactus Club has awesome Mini-burgers. So f-in good. Love the relish.

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Is Stormin' Norman's on Commercial still around? That place was kind of interesting.

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05-02-2009, 07:15 PM
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I love White Spot burgers. Double Double ftw!
Another one I love is Foggy Dew's (in Richmond) burger. Their fries are damn awesome too.

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I was really hoping to try one of those Deep Fried Mars Bars.
I had one two and a half years ago after skating. It's a strange food, let me tell you that.

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