George’s Hamburgers

The Fullertonian has been distributed at George’s for months, and it’s always packed when we go in, but we’ve never taken the chance to go in and check the place out for ourselves. This week that trend was broken and it conjured up questions of why it had taken so long in the first place. The façade of the place holds a nostalgic appeal reminiscent of an old 50’s style burger stand, and although the building blueprints may be similar to a small gas station in the middle of nowhere, the food is amazing and the service is no different.
These burgers are sorted out with all the typical ingredients like spread and shredded lettuce. They ad thick slices of tomato, which to some consumers may seem a little excessive. If you get a chance to check this place out, we recommend the chili, lightly breaded onion rings, or even a simple order of their crispy fries. Start small as this place has big portions. In addition, drink refills and ranch are complimentary upon request.

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