Tommy’s isn’t going to win any Best Burger awards any time soon, but there’s still something magical about stopping at this classic outdoor burger window in Historic Filipinotown after a long night out. If it’s your first time, get the double chili cheeseburger with a side of fries. If it’s your 50th time, get the exact same thing and then go eat it while sitting on the sidewalk like everyone else. Expect pretty long lines after the bars get out.
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