Tag Archives: Bury’s burgers

At Duncannon’s Red Rabbit, it’s OK to ask for extra Bunny Dust

The Red Rabbit experience awaits motorists traveling on Route 322 about 15 miles north of Harrisburg, Pa. It’s, indeed, an experience. A delicious experience.

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Bury’s burgers: A significant piece of York Countyana

Post by York Daily Record/Sunday News.   This York Daily Record Facebook post drew all kinds of comments, like and shares from readers. Feel free to join in by clicking on the links. Also of interest: Bury’s burgers: ‘You won’t … Continue reading

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Low-flying plane post leads the pack in YorkTownSquare.com’s Top 10 most viewed of 2013

A York Town Square post of a low-flying military plane gained more traffic than any other story in 2013. The plane circled the York-area sky on a busy Friday football night, capturing the attention of thousands of York countians. It then flew away. I put other military plane appearances – and crashes – in the post to give a sense of history.

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Factories made into lofts, York’s biggest growth industry – Linked in to York County history, Sept. 18, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers Bury’s burgers, a viral video, and an interesting website covering old movie theaters.

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Joe Bury’s Famous Hamburgers and Bury’s Famous Hamburgers at the York Fair offer delicious fare

Two Bury’s hamburger stands sell their scrumptious fare at the York Fair.

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Memories of the Mighty Atom and other York Fair weirdness

The Mighty Atom’s act was so well known at the York Fair and elsewhere that a book explores his life and times.

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Is Gettysburg’s Gadsden flag’s rattlesnake history or politics? Linked in with neat York County history stuff, June 24, 2012

Other neat stuff, below: Bury’s burgers, Winterstown ice cream, Book Nook The Gadsden flag appears on several items for sale at the Gettysburg Visitors Center. A visitor has questioned why such a political symbol, associated today with tea party groups, … Continue reading

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10 questions to test your York, Pa., smarts, 2011 edition

A crane lifts York, Pa.’s, 2007 Christmas tree from a trailer and temporarily plants it in Continental Square. Citizens Bank, formerly First National Bank among other predecessors, sits in the background. The bank is closing that office in February. Also of … Continue reading

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Bury burgers beat out Big Mac as first fast-food eatery in Downtown York

A hammerhead shark created a little stir some years ago at York, Pa.’s, South George Street MacDonald’s. But the store itself created bigger headlines after it did not meet city expectations when constructed in the mid-1980s. As for the shark, … Continue reading

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Joe Bury: How wartime conditions lessened quality of hamburgers

A York Fair patron enjoys a Bury’s hamburger outside the iconic restaurant chain’s stand. Dave Gulden wrote in his book ‘York Fair: Family Fun Since 1765:’ ‘Hotdogs were abundant at the 1943 Fair. But the local hamburger baron, Joe Bury, … Continue reading

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