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Oct 18, 2007 10:46 AM

Good burger in the Inner Richmond?

I'm looking for a good burger in the Inner Richmond. Since I know "good" means different things to different people, I'll give you my personal take: natural beef (i.e. Niman Ranch), not too greasy or huge, basic toppings (lettuce, cheese, tomato, options for bacon, avocado, etc.) but nothing fancy needed. A decent bun, preferably one that's been thrown on the grill as well. Believe it or not, Clement St. Bar & Grill does an okay burger, but I'm looking for other options. I've searched the boards and can't find much in the area except a couple of votes for the burger at Namu. I'm basically looking for a Burgermeister or Burger Joint but don't know if there's one in the 'hood. Any ideas?

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    1. re: xanadude

      That's in the Inner Sunset (9th and Irving).

    2. Not NR meat or Burgermeister but Bill's Place on Clement/25th Ave is a very good old school burger, fresh beef, cooked to order, fresh cut fries, good shakes.

      1. Does Q on Clement Street serve a burger? Is it any good?

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        1. re: DavidT

          Q does serve burgers but can't comment. I think it's worth a try since it's the kind of place that fits the model the closest.

          1. re: DavidT

            They do, and they are quite good.

              1. re: Pandora

                I second The Richmond suggestion. The burger is delicious, and served with homemade condiments; the meat is house ground; and the bun is from Schubert's bakery. All-in-all, very yummy.

                1. re: Pandora

                  Thirding this. The burger at the Richmond is really good. It's not a "burger joint" by any means, but they make a great burger.