Burger Fact #5


When was the term hamburger first documented?

From Wikipedia:

Restaurant menus

The first printed American menu which listed hamburger was an 1826 menu from Delmonico’s in New York.

Between 1871-1884, “Hamburg Beefsteak” was on the “Breakfast and Supper Menu” of the Clipper Restaurant at 311/313 Pacific Street in San Fernando. It cost 10 cents—the same price as mutton chops, pig’s feet in batter, and stewed veal. It was not, however, on the dinner menu, only “Pig’s Head” “Calf Tongue” and “Stewed Kidneys” were listed.

Hamburger Steak, Plain and Hamburger Steak with Onions, was served at the Tyrolean Alps Restaurant at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair.

Burger #51 – Ice


Ahoy, iceberg-er ahead!

If the Titanic had to deal with an ice burger instead of an iceberg, the result would have been a lot different.