BEST OF...Poll: Where's the Best Burger?

Where's the tastiest burger in Studio City, and North Hollywood.

This week we're wondering what you think is the best burger in Studio City?

We're including in all the burger joints in

Vote for your favorite in the survey below and don't forget to click on the links above and rate the business on its Patch Place listing. You can even leave a review.

In the event of a tie on our survey, we will break the tie by counting the positive comments written below about the tied businesses, so please let us know why you think your choice is best.

Vote for your favorite before Friday at 9 a.m. If there's a tie, the location with the most positive comments win.

Here they are click on the name to find more:

Also, if we missed your favorite  spot, let us know in the comment section below and we'll add it in.

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Jeff February 28, 2012 at 03:01 AM
Local peasant in Sherman Oaks is pretty good too. Umami doesn't compare to the custom burgers at The Counter.
Jeff February 28, 2012 at 03:03 AM
Btw, how about laurel tavern? Great burger. This list needs more choices.
Miki Henderson February 28, 2012 at 10:57 PM
Hmm, have always been disappointed with the LTavern burgers, but what about a good old Big Mac? You don't allow that to be a choice either!
Miki Henderson March 01, 2012 at 04:22 PM
What's the matter with you people? Spark Woodfire, which I always call Sparkfire for some reason, is the best burger. You think Umami is good? Try this place for a change, and Jinky's isn't bad either but their breakfast is better.
Larry On Lankershim March 07, 2012 at 07:04 AM
. It may have appeared to be a"dump" but the best burgers in North Hollywood were to be found at Bud's Red Hots that was located at 11277 Chandler Blvd next to the old North Hollywood Train Depot. Photo: http://www.ronsaari.com/stockImages/driveIns/BudsRedHots.jpg Since it's closing due to the Metro Redline project we have had the best burgers in North Hollywood right here at our own home. My dear wife worked part-time for the owner Tom Geas of Bud's Red Hots back in 70s and she has the knack of putting out an exact duplicate of the old famous Reno Burger. One-third pound 80/20 meat patty, two real American cheese slices, two pieces of crispy bacon, bun buttered and slightly toasted, with lettuce, pickle relish, ketchup and mustard. No. No mayo. No. No tomato! No. No onion. As Tom would say to the customers, "If you want mayo, tomatoes or onions go to In-Out." If you wanted more meat simply make it a Double Reno. If you wanted a Vegas Burger it came with a ham slice instead of bacon. Heart stopper deluxe!


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