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Five Most Outrageous Burgers in Broward County

There's something about a hunk of ground meat in between two buns that just comforts the soul.

Whether it's fond childhood memories, the soft pillowy bun, the fatty burger, the cheese, or the combination of delicious ingredients in perfect handheld format -- that's right, we frown upon eating burgers with a knife and fork around here -- sinking our teeth into a greasy patty makes us immensely happy.

While we're all for the plain cheeseburger, there are times when we want to kick it up a gluttonous notch in our burger consumption with seriously decadence.

Here are the five most outrageous burgers in Broward County.

Word to the wise: wear an elastic waistband.

See Also: Ten Best Burgers in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

5. BurgerFi's Breakfast All Day Burger

A few years ago, egg on a burger was all the rage. Now, it's been there, done that. This South Florida based chain offers a combo that features an entire American breakfast sandwiched between two buns. It's the Breakfast All Day Burger, an Angus burger with American cheese, hickory bacon drizzled with maple syrup, fried egg,

hash browns, grilled diced onions, and ketchup. Oh, and you can add two free toppings. Suck it, Denny's.

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