Baby's Badass Burgers

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Food Truck, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Baby's Badass Burgers - the Original burger
Baby's Badass Burgers - the bright pink truck on the street
Baby's Badass Burgers - the bright pink truck on the street
Baby's Badass Burgers - the bright pink truck on the street

Baby's Badass Burgers Los Angeles Reviews

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Best Burger in LA Aug 28, 2011
Baby's Badass Burgers is a food truck in the Los Angeles area. I had seen them featured on 'Food Wars' on the Travel Channel, and when we were driving through Hollywood, I recognized the bright pink truck.

We parked, and walked across the street to them. There was a line, but this gave us time to look over the menu which was posted on the side of the truck. There are a handful of burger options, available as sliders or 1/2 pound burgers. I opted for the original burger which was a beef patty with cheddar and pepperjack cheeses, bacon and their original sauce, served on a Hawaiian roll. This was one of the greasiest cheeseburgers, but it was, without a doubt, the best cheeseburger I've ever eaten.

In order to find Baby's Badass Burgers, you can check their website (www.babysbadassburgers), or follow them on Facebook or Twitter. One thing to keep in mind is that Baby's only accepts cash, no plastic. I highly recommend seeking Baby's out. DELICIOUS!
the bright pink truck on the street
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Glynnes says:
Luv food trucks!
Posted on: Aug 28, 2011
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