ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - National Geographic ranked one of New Mexico's hamburger joints as one of the best in the country.
Fancy burger joints in New York City and San Francisco made the list, and so did Blake's Lotaburger.
KRQE News 13 broke the news to Lotaburger executives Tuesday. They say they think it's the green chile from Hatch, New Mexico that makes their cheeseburger so popular.
"This is what we do for a living and if somebody thinks we're doing it right, that's about as good as it gets," said Lotaburger executive Brent Jones.
The company is celebrating 60 years in business in New Mexico and has 76 locations throughout the state.
National Geographic named The Apple Pan in Los Angeles as the number one burger joint in the country because of the restaurant's steak burger.
In-N-Out Burger won the number two spot.
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