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San Francisco’s Favorite Burger, 4505 Meats

As if hearing our call here at MUS•e•YUM for the Best Burger in San Francisco, the fine fellows over at SF Eater have mobilized the entire city (and their fancy-shmancy number crunching servers) to scientifically determine just that! The winner? -no surprise here: celebrity chef and food concept innovator Ryann Starr and his 4505 Meats. Starr is a busy guy, running 4505 Meats at the Ferry Building on Thursdays as well as other pop up venues (like his fabulous turkey lunch right before Thanksgiving in Hayes Valley, link here) and the scrumptious 3-SUM Food Truck which you can find at various Off the Grid venues around town.

http://sf.eater.com/archives/2011/04/29/4505_meats_new_school_burger_wins_big.php

4505 Meats “New School” Burger Wins Big!

Friday, April 29, 2011, by Laura Beck

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4505 Meats won the Best Burger in the SF Bay Area Burger Brackets showdown! You go, girl. Congrats to 4505 Meats team and congrats to all of our restaurants and voters. You’re all the real winners here. I think.

4505 Meats Burger [Photo: HamBlogger]

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3 responses

  1. qinnoe

    I don’t know about the burger itself, but that bun looks HAWT!

    May 24, 2011 at 8:24 am

  2. qinnoe

    Just read about the buns over on the 4505 blog (they have one!). They are house-made parmesan scallion sesame buns. My-oh-my sounds delicious even without the juicy burger. Maybe a little good olive oil, a sprinkle of salt and chomp.

    May 25, 2011 at 9:32 am

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