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Big Mouth Burgers

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A friend of mine, who works as a cook at a nice restaurant on Pier 39, once told me that a hamburger at his job cost $16. My immediate reaction was, “SIXTEEN DOLLARS! You better at least get a reach-around with your $16 hamburger!” After I explained in Spanish what a reach-around was, he answered, “No, but it does come with some very good fries.” Big Mouth Burgers also has very good fries that come with their burgers. And their burgers, while not being the cheapest in the Mission, are by no means $16. They offer a choice of burgers from hormone free beef, to veggie, to pork loin and also let you choose between baked beans, Caesar salad or great fries. Big Mouth also proudly sells Mitchell’s Ice cream so that you can have a delicious milkshake or root-beer float for dessert.

Big Mouth Burger
3392 24th St. @ Valencia
[The Mission]

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