America's Favorite Burger Chain has several locations here in Indiana, but it might not be what you'd expect.

Who doesn't love a good burger, right? Personally, my bonus son, Carter is obsessed with cheeseburgers. Anytime I ask him what he wants for dinner, I typically get one of two answers: "I don't know" or "burgers". So last night, I saw an article about America's favorite burger. I knew that I had to write this up just for Carter because I know once he sees it, we'll go on a deep dive over how right or wrong this article is...and I am sure we will do that over a nice juicy burger.

There are, of course, a lot places that will sell you a burger these days. Everyone has their go-to burger joint in Indiana. But only one of them has been called America's Favorite Burger Chain. Let's find out which burger is America's favorite.

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Indiana has 77 Locations for 'America's Favorite' Burger Chain

According to Eat This Not That!, after analyzing customer feedback, the award for America's favorite burger destination goes to a mid-sized chain with fewer than 1,000 nationwide locations. It certainly wouldn't be your first guess, but it's not a bad option. Indiana is home to 77 of those locations. The award for America's Favorite Burger Chain goes to Culver's.

Probably not what you expected, right? According to their survey, Culver's scored highest among America's burger chains in terms of customer satisfaction, allowing them to walk away with the title of America's Best Burger. I'll admit that it has been a while since I have eaten at Culver's, but I feel like Carter and I are going to have to make a trip to give their burgers our honest rating (he has his own rating system for burgers).

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Behind Culver's is Sonic, Mooyah, Five Guys, and Fuddruckers rounding out the top five in the Eat This Not That! America's Best Burger survey. Some of those burger chains might be unfamiliar to folks in Indiana. It was surprising not to see some of the major burger chains like McDonald's and Burger King anywhere near the top, since those are typically the first two that are top of mind for people.

So, what do you think? Is Culver's butter burger worthy of being named America's Favorite Burger?

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