Hollywood Hamburgers

George visits LA's most popular burger spots, including nostalgic favorites, the last remaining burger stands and a farm-to-table hidden gem. From a burger topped with a hot dog to a burger recipe that’s over 50 years old, see what juicy treasures George finds in the Hollywood Hills.

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George Motz and local burger aficionado Brad Morris
George Motz and local burger aficionado Brad Morris

George Motz and local burger aficionado Brad Morris

George Motz and local burger aficionado Brad Morris eat hamburgers at Charlie's at the Original Farmers Market in Los Angeles. 960 1280

  

Charlie's at LA's Farmers Market

Charlie's at LA's Farmers Market

Charlie's makes their burgers with local ingredients – all from the Original Farmers Market. 960 1280

  

George meets Jeff Garlin at Charlie's

George meets Jeff Garlin at Charlie's

George meets Jeff Garlin at Charlie's. Jeff had his last burger – ever – at Charlie’s before going vegan. 960 1280

  

Charlie's at LA's Farmers Market

Charlie's at LA's Farmers Market

Charlie's is a hidden burger gem. 960 1280

  

Pie 'N Burger in Pasadena, CA

Pie 'N Burger in Pasadena, CA

Pie 'N Burger in Pasadena, CA, is famous for its 2 namesake, classic American dishes. 960 1280

  

Pie 'N Burger in Pasadena, CA

Pie 'N Burger in Pasadena, CA

George tries to figure out the secret behind the tasty hamburgers at Pie 'N Burger. 960 1280

  

Pie 'N Burger in Pasadena, CA

Pie 'N Burger in Pasadena, CA

Pie 'N Burger has been serving classic comfort food since 1963. 960 1280

  

George Motz visits Irv's Burgers

George Motz visits Irv's Burgers

George Motz visits Irv's Burgers, one of his all-time favorite hamburger stands. Unfortunately, it’s at risk of being forced to close its doors forever. 960 1280

  

Irv's Burgers

Irv's Burgers

George gets a hamburger on a personalized paper plate at Irv's Burgers. 960 1280

  

Irv's Burgers

Irv's Burgers

The owner of Irv's Burgers takes orders through the window at his nostalgic, walk-up burger stand. 960 1280

  

Huntington Meats in the Original Farmers Market

Huntington Meats in the Original Farmers Market

George checks out Huntington Meats in the Original Farmers Market. The butcher supplies the beef for Charlie’s burgers. 960 1280

  

The Apple Pan in LA

The Apple Pan in LA

The Apple Pan in LA serves up 2 famous burgers: the steak burger and the hickory burger. But which one is better? The jury’s still out, but the question has been a subject of debate for years. 960 1280

  

The Apple Pan in LA

The Apple Pan in LA

The atmosphere at the Apple Pan has remained unchanged since the restaurant opened in 1947. 960 1280

  

The Apple Pan in LA

The Apple Pan in LA

At the Apple Pan, you won’t get a plate -- burgers are served expertly wrapped in wax paper. 960 1280

  

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