Angelle’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers’ photos prove there’s nothing better to really hit the spot than one of the juicy patties or two, tucked in between a soft bun. When the craving for one of these bad boys strikes, this place is doing it better than most. And the best part — the staff prepares these luscious burgers right in front of you. A reason this is one of the best Louisiana burger places is the meat is sprinkled with the secret ingredients of Angelle’s Cajun Seasoning, which is also available for purchase. These might just be the best burgers in Louisiana, so make plans to visit this charming little restaurant soon!

For more Angelle’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers photos, check out Angelle’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers Facebook page.

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