The burgers at the Monument Café in Georgetown, Texas are always good. They use Kobe beef (probably frozen) patties served on a fresh bun. I dress mine with only mayo, and usually order a 50/50 side – half fries and half onion rings. Their onion rings are fine cut, with a light coating of batter, fried to perfection.
However, the best burgers in Georgetown are at BB’s on Williamson. BB’s is a very small place that serves mostly burgers, fries and onion rings. The patties are large, about 8 ounces, and heavily seasoned with black pepper. The buns are made locally from slightly sweetened dough. The sandwich is wrapped for serving. The combination of the sweet bun and peppered patty is terrific. Again, I limit the dressing to mayonnaise saving ketchup for the fries. Sadly BB’s recently closed, but rumor is they will reopen soon.