The 10 Most Iconic Fast-food Burgers Of All Time
1. White Castle's Slider
The popularity of the burger, which spawned a small empire, was due to the chain's emphasis on hygiene.
2. McDonald’s Classic Hamburger
The burger, which cost only 15 cents, was prepared on a flat-top griddle, which gave it a distinctive flavor and texture.
To serve a burger so large that it required two hands to hold and so delicious that customers would exclaim
4. The Burger King Whopper
He chose the name "Whopper" to evoke thoughts of something large.
5. In-N-Out's Double Double
Its 1948 signature burger was comprised of locally derived ground beef and fresh vegetables.
6. McDonald’s Big Mac
In the late 1960s, Jim Delligatti, a franchise proprietor for McDonald's in Uniontown
7. Wendy's Hamburger
The fast-food chain became famous for its unique square beef patties prepared with fresh beef.
8. Five Guys' Hamburger
The family launched the first Five Guys with a focus on hand-formed, grill-cooked burgers and fresh-cut, peanut-oil-fried fries.
9. Culver’s ButterBurger
As with many of the other burgers on this list, Culver's ButterBurger is made with fresh.
10. Shake Shake's Shack Burger
The price is now closer to $6, and the chain has more than 200 locations in the United States.