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Burgers & Sandwiches The Woodlands Texas

The Woodlands Texas Burger & Sandwich Guide

The term hamburger originally derives from Hamburg, Germany's second largest city, from where many emigrated to America. In high German, "Burg" means fortified settlement or fortified refuge; and is a widespread component of place-names. Hamburger can be a descriptive noun in German, referring to someone from Hamburg (compare Texas -> Texan) or an adjective describing something from Hamburg. The term "burger" is associated with many different types of sandwiches similar to a hamburger.

"In April of 1995, the Dallas Morning News reported Oklahoma author says Tulsa beats out Texas as the birthplace of delicacy. Michael Wallis, author of "Route 66, The Mother Road", was quoted by the newspaper to say he had discovered Tulsa's place in culinary history. The discovery was made while researching the state's tastiest hamburgers. What better place to start than the restaurant that has been voted Tulsa's best burger more often than any other restaurant since 1933...Weber's Root Beer Stand. Mr. Wallis' research revealed that Oscar Weber Bilby was the first person to serve a real hamburger. On July 4, 1891, ground beef was served on his wife's homemade buns taking place on his farm, just west of present day Tulsa. Until then, ground beef had been served in Athens, Texas on simple slices of bread, known presently and then as a "patty melt". According to the Tulsa-based author, the bun is essential. Therefore, in 1995, Governor Frank Keating cited Athens, Texas' feat of ground beef between two slices of bread to be a minor accomplishment. The Governor's April 1995 Proclamation also cites the first true hamburger on the bun, as meticulous research shows, was created and consumed in Tulsa in 1891. The Governor's Proclamation cites April 13, 1995, in Tulsa as "The Real Birthplace of the Hamburger." The Library of Congress credits Danish immigrant Louis Lassen of Louis' Lunch, a small lunch wagon in New Haven, Connecticut, with selling the first hamburger and steak sandwich in the U.S. in 1895.

3B's Burgers
3B's Burgers
Blimpie Subs
Blimpie Subs
Burger King
Burger King
BurgerFi
BurgerFi
Firehouse Subs
Firehouse Subs
Five Guys
Five Guys
Freddy's
Freddy's
Fuddrucker's
Fuddrucker's
Grub Burger Bar
Grub Burger Bar
Honey Bee
Honey Bee
Jack In The Box
Jack In The Box
James Coney
James Coney
Jason's Deli
Jason's Deli
Jersey Mike’s Subs
Jersey Mike’s Subs
Lenny's Sub Shops
Lenny's Sub Shops
Maine-ly Sand.
Maine-ly Sand.
McDonald's
McDonald's
Panera Bread
Panera Bread
Potbelly Sandwich
Potbelly Sandwich
Quiznos Sandwiches
Quiznos Sandwiches
Red Robin Burgers
Red Robin Burgers
Schlotzsky’s
Schlotzsky’s
Sonic Drive In
Sonic Drive In
Subway
Subway
The Counter
The Counter
The Hub Bistro
The Hub Bistro
Uncle Tony's
Uncle Tony's
Wendy's
Wendy's
Whataburger
Whataburger
Which Wich
Which Wich
Willie's Ice House
Willie's Ice House
Worlds Burgers
Worlds Burgers
Zoë's Kitchen
Zoë's Kitchen
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