In the paper version of City of Ate this week, Alice Laussade writes of the patty smackdown we ordered between Whataburger and In-N-Out burger. We got Grape owner Brian Luscher, Angry Dog owner Todd Dickerson and Jack Perkins of Maple Motor--all burger mavens in this here Dallas, TX--to compare the two burger establishments.
While we don't want to give away the farm, we figure you readers can pretty much guess the result. Let's just say, the home team wins. Before you make the jump for the full article, and grab a full view of some burger experts eating burgers in our slide show, tell us: which would you give the prize of better tasting burger?
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