"Burgers shouldn't cost $3," the website for Super Duper Burgers proudly declares.
San Francisco's fast-food burger chain has garnered a cult following for its extra juicy, double-patty burgers that cost $8.50 with cheese. The company claims to source ingredients within miles of its restaurants.
Here's what it's like to eat at Super Duper Burgers, one of the the Bay Area's favorite fast food chains.
You've probably never heard of Super Duper Burgers, but San Franciscans named the regional fast-food chain its "Tastiest Cheap Eat" in a 2016 Reader's Choice awards.
"Cheap" is relative. On a rainy weekday afternoon, I stopped by one of the chain's 10 locations in the Bay Area to find out if its famous $8 burger meets the hype.
The menu is pretty straightforward. There's a burger (that comes in two different sizes), a chicken sandwich, a veggie burger, and fries served plain or topped with garlic and cheese.
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