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NICKS OLD FASHIONED HAMBURGER HOUSE 184 Photos & 155 Reviews 6999 Old Us Hwy 52 S, Welcome, NC

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The seasoned grill with years of use along with fresh ingredients and proper seasoning on the patties is certainly magic. It was a double diner patty, mayo, pickles, tomato, onion. I have said this a bit in the last few months, but PASB is a hidden gem in this town and we need to make it less hidden. Liberty St, WSNC. The reason this got #6 is that it had no category below an “8” rating. This is almost certainly a frozen patty. But, this is the perfect example of taking a frozen patty and making it taste delicious.

Impressed that I saw the fry cook stick a thermometer into every single chicken… We decided to check Nick’s out this evening. We moved to Welcome 3 years ago and tried them once a bit ago. At the time it was take out and our burgers were cold because we had to wait and nick’s old fashioned burgers it’s take out so no… — People in the Piedmont can eat at one of the best small restaurants in the country, according to Readers Digest. Thank you, as always to Street Team Steven for supporting this blog and podcast and being a fun food partner with my wife and me.

The rings were served with a robust horseradish dipping sauce. Two in our party liked the sauce one preferred ketchup. We will definitely go back after our community crushes the severe spread of #COVId in our community. On this tour, I am sorry to say that I had some of the worst burgers I’ve ever had in my life.

Hero House is a great family-owned business, too. Mr. Barbecue has risen to my top 4 even if they don’t have the “Jumbo-sized” burgers that they used to have. This is always a solid burger, almost what a diner burger should be, frozen or not (which I’m not sure it is frozen). And, probably a good bit of it is that I just enjoy eating at Mr. Barbecue. We did without it for a period of time and that was harsh.

While Nick’s is small, just 1,300 square feet, but their food is big. I’m going to start from #15 and count down. The numbers in parentheses are how that location rated out of a possible 100.