Rutland, North Dakota: Grill that Cooked the World's Largest Hamburger
"Pride of the Prairie." The disk-shaped grill that cooked a 3591-pound hamburger is proudly displayed like a billboard for all to see.
- CR 10, Rutland, ND
- Hwy 11 to CR 10/138th Ave. SE. Turn south and drive two miles. The giant grill will be on the right (west) side.
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- Worth a Detour
World's Largest Hamburger and Grill
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This small town managed to get into the Guinness Book of World Records in 1982 with a 3,591 lb. hamburger fried and then flipped on a grill. One portion of the grill stands on the road into the town. It was recently repainted.
Rutland has an UffDa Day the first Sunday in October - next year will be the 25th (and maybe last from what I hear).
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