By JT We may never know the actual inventor of the hamburger. A lot of historians believe that it was simply invented by a cook who placed a ground beef steak between two slices of bread. Who the first was to get this idea is difficult to say, because there is no written record, only … More BURGERGUYZ: Hamburger History – The First Hamburger
We rated the burgers at one of the area’s finer restaurants. Click the pickle to read our review of the Stone Bridge Grille.
We found a burger goldmine just North of Cortland in Mecca. See what we thought of the Lake Tavern’s burgers by clicking the picture.
A burger wrapped and baked in pizza dough? That’s BAD ASS! Click the pic to get the skinny on U-Pie’s Bad-Ass burger!
Beginning in February, 2012, our reviews are appearing in the Valley Food page of the Youngstown Vindicator, as well as on the Vindy.com website. That’s right! You can follow us in the Vindicator, every four weeks on Wednesdays, as we eat our way through the most popular burger-joints in the valley. . … More MVBRB 2012 Burger Reviews are in the Youngstown Vindicator
. by Anthony M. Fuda . . Another year in the books, or shall I say, another year of burgers in our stomachs. A lot has happened this year, since our 2010 Burger of the Year presentation. In fact, 2011 has been our best year yet, thanks to the tremendous … More MVBRB Extra: 2011, the Year in Review (with our Top 10 Burgers)
MVBRB names Sunrise Inn as 2011 Burger of the Year By Anthony M. Fuda . There were some really good burgers in the Mahoning Valley this year, but after all was said and done, the Mahoning Valley Burger Review Board (MVBRB) awarded 2011’s Burger of the Year to Sunrise Inn (Warren). . . … More BURGERGUYZ: The MVBRB 2011 Burger of the Year