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Since 1950, Whataburger has been making the classic All-American sandwich for hungry Texans. The whopping double patty or cheese and bacon Whataburger is perfect for hamburger-hungry visitors. Be sure to sample the famous home-cooked fries as well.
A small little dive bar, Coyote Bluff has been featured on the Travel Channel's Man vs. Food. Coyote Bluff features an impressive array of hamburgers including the California Burger with avocado and sour cream, among other delicious ingredients, the mushroom and Swiss burger or a slight variation, the dijon and Swiss burger, along with other more traditional burgers. The crowning achievement of the Coyote Bluff burger menu, however, is the ominous Burger from Hell, topped with Tabasco sauce, habanero salsa, and sauteed fresh jalapeños, sure to bring a tear to even the most hardened palate. In addition to the burgers, they also serve up steaks and sides that are equally impressive. Another touch that makes this little dive a local favorite is the large claw-footed bathtub filled with self-serve beers.
Come try one of the most famous burgers in Texas, if not the Western Hemisphere, at the Golden Light Café. The relaxed atmosphere of the Golden Light Café is tinged with a hint of sentimentality thanks to road signs, posters and bumper stickers hanging on the walls. Live bands play to warm crowds of locals and visitors alike. The food and drinks are refreshingly affordable when considering the high quality and customer demand.
This no frills burger joint has found the winning combination. With excellent customer service and premium ingredients used in all of their dishes, Blue Sky in Amarillo is a great, budget-friendly place for a meal. With exposed brick walls and ducts, the spacious restaurant is bedecked in colorful Christmas lights and glowing neon signs. Their fries are made from the best Idaho potatoes, while the buns are baked fresh daily. Hand battered onion rings, jalapeno and chile sticks are made to order. The 100% ground beef chuck contains no fillers and makes for a juicy and tasty burger. So if you're looking for a casual eatery to satisfy, Blue Sky off of Route 66 is sure to be delicious and memorable.