Big Als = Grocery store beef on a grocery store bun.
I grew up in the south on Krystal, lived in Chicago for 12 years on WC. White Castle is vastly superior in terms of food consistency, meat/onion ratio, and quality of the fries. But what really puts WC on top is the CHICKEN RINGS!
catch me at Whiskey Blue
Your mom loves them, so there's that.
Yeah Big Al judging by your online reviews, your Buttermade burgers SUCK.
I won fair and square. Don't be jealous, my burger is simply THE BEST.
No Sublime? I'm sad. Even their coffee is amazing.
Be sure to check IP addresses on votes, too. Or this will turn out like that Atlanta Burger fiasco with that ludicrous Big Al's beating everyone by hundreds of votes. Yeah, right, like that really happened.
^Do you also make the SPAM out of plastic bottles?
@geogle – Thanks for pointing out that Dollies was selected by default. We've fixed the issue, and we'll make note to throw out extraneous votes when we tally the results.
- Meagan Mastriani, Digital Editor
^^^ Read the article. It was probably already selected by the CL staff, because it is generally agreed that Revolution is one of the best doughnut shops in the region.
To fail to include Revolution in Decatur is a crime against toroid pastries.
What a horrible survey! I didn't want to vote for any of the options but wanted to be sure that revolution and sublime were in their final write-up. Since revolution is newer, I wrote it in. Alas, one of the others must be selected, and Dollies remains selected by default.
Whoever designed that survey should be forcibly dragged into the streets and mildly taunted.
doughnut dollies!! apple ginger fritter and the mikey all the way!
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I just threw up in my mouth a little...
not really a "labor of love," mr ceo of multiple venues under the same name...
i live in a neutral location, the burgers taste the same. i miss the mini hot dogs with cony style chili called chili pups.
Eh, don't take it too personally. Snark is pretty much the Lingua Franca of the internet, for better or worse.
Effusive praise is also met with skepticism, given the not-at-all-uncommon tactic of PR folks astroturfing.
I'm meeting some friends I knew from Germany at this restaraunt tomorrow. I am looking forward to going and trying the food.
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