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In 1926, entrepreneur Frank E. Pohl built the first of his chain of orange stands, which he dubbed Giant Orange, along a California byway. Though the enterprise began with roadside orange-juice stops, Pohl soon added old-fashioned hamburgers to the menu. The last of these original stands still exists, albeit under a different name—and yet it's in this spirit that burger-fiends Rick Ameil and Dean Talbott dubbed their own retro eatery Giant Orange.
Ameil packs and shapes each of his burgers by hand using fresh-ground, USDA Choice-certified Angus beef. He dresses the resulting patties the old-fashioned way, covering them up to their necks in ketchup and lettuce. But he also piles on more inventive combinations such as fried farm egg and bacon or guacamole and chipotle-mayo. Rounding out this menu are veggie burgers and classic BLT sandwiches, as well as hot dogs and seasonal hand-dipped milkshakes. Knowing that it's the small touches that matter, Ameil also pairs his burgers with hand-cut crispy french fries.