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The $100 Hamburger: A Guide to Pilot's Favorite Fly-In Restaurants
The 100 Hamburger A Guide to Pilot's Favorite FlyIn Restaurants
Author: John Purner, John F. Purner
When the appetizer is a good flight, pilots will go anywhere for a meal. Now they have a guideNto more than 1000 restaurants in 50 states and 16 foreign locationsNcompiled from the reviews of fellow pilots who've been there. First a well-known website, The 100 Hamburger is now available in book form. Each restaurant is reviewed for location, sty...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780070837140
ISBN-10: 0070837147
Publication Date: 5/1/1998
Pages: 352
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Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
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Very out of date. This is exactly the sort of information that the internet was meant for - as many of the destinations listed have changed names, changed styles or owners, are not at that address any longer, are no longer in business, have changed their hours, or the reviews are just so old I would no longer consider them relevant. Anyone who has worked in food service understands the turnover of employees, the fact that many restaurants change to keep up with demand and changes in food tastes, and very few maintain the exact same menu, seating, and style of service over any great length of time. We referred to this for a few trips, but actually just found it as a jumping off point, because we'd read about something interesting and then look it up on the internet for the updated information. So ... why have the book? There are websites that perform the same service and stay updated.