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8/4/11

Food for Thought 8/4/11

There are eight stops on this tour of perfection, and we begin with fast food royalty. Burger King at 6311 W. 82nd shares the throne with Dairy Queen at 5735 19th.

It's fresh today and everyday. Casa Ole at 4413 S. loop 289 even sings about their every day freshness.

If you're craving Italian, this little taste of Italy slices through the competition. Dion's at 2721 82nd tosses up a flawless inspection.

BBQ Lovers don't let its size fool you; this next stop is big on flavor and perfection. Lil Bigham's Smokehouse at 1823 Buddy Holly is a repeat top performer.

From boiled to blackened, fresh to fried... the Shrimp Galley at 5109 82nd reels in another perfect score.

If you're looking to sink your teeth into a big juicy burger, we wrap up this week's list of top performers with a dandy. Jim Dandy Drive In at 2601 Clovis Road grills up zero critical violations. The Whataburger at 7201 Quaker also made a perfect score.

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