In just over a year on the burger trail, I've eaten exactly 50 burgers. To mark the milestone, it only seemed right to feature one of Milwaukee's most renowned burgers. Click here for an explanation of the criteria used to rate each burger. Where have we been? Check out the complete catalog of burger reviews here. The popular custard stand was founded in by Elsa Moll Kopp, who with the support of another local custard pioneer, Leon Schneider, began slinging butter burgers and custard to support her family when her husband's Parkinson's disease left him unable to work. Appleton Ave. And undoubtedly those memories also include the occasional jumbo burger. In my case, I distinctly recall the excitement of feasting on half of a cheese burger I always split mine with my sister in the back seat of my parents' car. It was, of course, typically the precursor to a scoop of custard, a fact which likely made the burger all the more special.
Was very bad had to much SALT and they didn't give you enough ice cream I had to throw it away Not satisfy. Great burgers and fries along with real shakes and malts.
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Kopp's Frozen Custard is a restaurant chain located in the Milwaukee , Wisconsin area. It specializes in frozen custard and large "jumbo" hamburgers. Founded by Elsa Kopp in , the restaurants continue to be heralded by local publications for their quality food. Kopp's was the first custard stand to offer a special "flavor of the day" in addition to the more traditional chocolate and vanilla flavors. Elsa Kopp opened the first Kopp's stand at W. Appleton Ave.