This Fast Food Hotspot In Connecticut Has Been Serving Up Some Of The Best Burgers Since 1895
When it comes to burgers in Connecticut, one name stands above the rest. Depending on who you believe, hamburgers may have been invented in Connecticut, and if so, it was right in New Haven at Louis’ Lunch. This spot was opened by a humble immigrant as a small food truck. In 1900, they served the first hamburger, if you believe the restaurant’s owners and the Library of Congress. They’ve been located in the same small shack for the last 50 years and are still preparing burgers on similar equipment to what they did way back in 1900. This is one place where tradition stands strong!
For more information about Louis’ Lunch, check out its website.
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Address: Louis' Lunch, 261 Crown St, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
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