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Berkeley's Cafe Rouge is a classic Californian restaurant, complete with organic vegetables and sustainably raised meats, a wood-fired oven, and smooth and efficient service. Chef-owner Marsha McBride and executive chef Rick DeBeaord create deceptively simple food, but imbue even their hamburgers with juicy, meaty love.

While the chain restaurant is a veritable hamburger haven, you can also overindulge on its offerings of brain-freezing milkshakes, boneless chicken wings, monster-sized nachos, and other gut-wrenching delights.

The International House of Pancakes, where one can ingest copious amounts of flapjacks from the crack of dawn to the butt crack of the evening.

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