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Hungry Investors: Investment Analysis: Which Burger Is Best?

Posted on: May 18, 2014 | Views: 278,590 | Comment

The three Hungry Investors sit and debate about whether to invest in Outlaws or Hawkin's House of Burgers. Chef Besh champions Hawkin's for their family staff and potential, while Chef Derry and Jon Taffer lean towards Outlaws. 

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Hungry Investors Videos

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The New York Deli Investment (2:04)

Who gets the investment, Jay & Lloyd's or Hero King? Find out right here, right now.

Posted September 14, 2014 Views: 15,430
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Chef Besh's Brisket Recipe (1:39)

Jay & Lloyd know pastrami, but they're brisket leaves much to be desired. Chef John Besh steps into the kitchen and shows the boys how it's done.

Posted September 14, 2014 Views: 3,249
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The Hero King Wows Investors (1:24)

During the Invest Test at Hero King, the investors are impressed by the newfound ability to churn out sandwiches in a timely manner.

Posted September 14, 2014 Views: 2,994
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The Hero King Of New Jersey (1:47)

Ray Campisi claims to be the "Hero King" of Newark, but whether or not he gets to keep is title is totally up to the Investors. Let's try some sandwiches.

Posted September 9, 2014 Views: 14,349
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Authentic New York Pastrami (1:55)

The owners of Jay & Lloyd's Kosher Deli claim to have "the best pastrami in New York," but this Brooklyn eatery is losing $4,500 a month. Is the meat worth the money? That's up to the Investors.

Posted September 9, 2014 Views: 14,691
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Serio's Sandwiches Shine (1:26)

During the invest test at Serio's, the staff increases profitability by a mind-boggling 14 times. If they keep this up, their chances of earning an investment are very likely.

Posted September 7, 2014 Views: 1,844
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The Po'boy Investment Decision (2:26)

Serio's has the location, but Juneau's has authenticity and superior food quality. Which sandwich shop earns an investment? Find out right here.

Posted September 7, 2014 Views: 1,204
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New Orleans French Quarter = Money (1:46)

As the Investors sit down to deliberate where to spend their money, they're reminded of what makes a Louisiana restaurant profitable.

Posted September 7, 2014 Views: 1,028
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New Orleans: Enormous Drinking Market (1:47)

Serio's location in the heart of New Orleans has all the glitz and glamour of the French quarter, but lacks a well stocked bar. If they want to earn an investment, they need to capitalize on New Orleans' thirsty tourists.

Posted September 4, 2014 Views: 3,006
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Authentic New Orleans Po'Boys (2:16)

Juneau's Sandwich Shop in New Orleans offers up some of the best Po' Boy sandwiches that our Investors have ever tasted, but their location and business upside leave much to be desired. Can they boost business and earn an investment?

Posted September 4, 2014 Views: 4,131