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Whether you like onion rings with your burgers, perhaps with a nice big juicy steak, or even just as a side dish, there are some eateries to head to around the greater Los Angeles area to find the best. If you’ve suddenly gotten a hankering for a plate of onion rings, keep some of these establishments in mind.
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(credit: The Fix Burger/Randy Tizon)


The Fix Burger
2520 Hyperion Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 661-8494
thefixburger.com

When it comes to nicely heated and crispy as can be onion rings, the fix is in. The Fix Burger offers sides of onion rings of course, but for those who simply need more onion in their daily diet, this eatery has you covered. Burgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches etc. come with mayo, lettuce, tomatoes and, of course, onions. In looking for something to wash down those onion rings, the establishment offers a variety of drinks, including milkshakes and fountain sodas. The Fix Burger opens at 11:30 a.m. six days a week (closed on Sundays).

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(credit: Lily T./yelp)


25 Degrees
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
7000 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 785-7244
25degreesrestaurant.com

For those who enjoy onion rings, turn up the temperature a little bit at 25 degrees. With locations in downtown Los Angeles and Huntington Beach, this eatery has available sides of mouth-watering onion rings, along with other fan favorites (sweet potato fries, french fries etc.). If you want some added variety, split the plate between onion rings and fries. There are a variety of burgers available, along with the option of crafting your own sandwiches. A number of sandwiches also come with caramelized onions on them. To quench your thirst after eating a plate full of onion rings or a burger or sandwich, 25 Degrees offers a variety of milkshakes and malts. 25 Degrees is open 24 hours a day.

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(credit: mary ann t./yelp)


Fusion Burgers
5933 York Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90042
(323) 257-8705
fusionburgersla.com

If your tastebuds are calling out for some onion rings, perhaps even a burger or two, Fusion Burgers is the place to head over to. Along with sides of onion rings available (and of course fries too), patrons can get a little more creative and opt for the “Lard-O-Rings” burger, which includes onion ringlets on it. As the eatery points out, the “onion ringlets are a scaled-down version of crispy onion rings, with a nice flavorful touch of paprika.” Fusion Burgers opens seven days a week at 11 a.m.

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(credit: Chiante M./yelp)


Figueroa Philly
3850 S. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90037
(213) 748-9073
www.figueroaphilly.com

Whether you grew up in Philadelphia or have visited there, you don’t have to go too far in Los Angeles for a taste of the City of Brotherly Love. Philly cheesesteaks are the staple of the menu at this establishment. At Figueora Philly (opened in 2010), diners can enjoy either an individual order or a basket of mouth-watering onion rings. The next decision, do you want those onion rings as an appetizer or alongside a thick and juicy Philly cheesesteak? Not to anyone’s big surprise, the various cheesesteaks all come with onions. Figueroa Philly opens six days a week at 11 a.m., noon on Sundays.

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(credit: Theresa B./yelp)


Burger Lounge
11740 San Vicente Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(424) 248-3789
www.burgerlounge.com

In the mood for some onion rings on the side to go with a burger and a cold drink? If so, the Burger Lounge has your covered. Sit back and prepare to enjoy onion rings that are “house-made, light and crispy.” Along with handcrafted burgers, patrons can also enjoy a couple of chicken options, Alaskan cod sandwiches, and of course salads. For those who love bacon, there is the option of adding, yes, bacon to any meal you want. Burger Lounge opens seven days a week at 10:30 a.m. So, whether on a downtown shopping trip or just out for a casual ride, you’re sure to bite into some fantastic onion rings at a variety of Los Angeles eateries.

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Dave Thomas has been covering the sports world since his first job as a sports editor for a weekly newspaper in Pennsylvania back in 1989. He has covered a Super Bowl, college bowl games, MLB, NBA and more. His work can be found on Examiner.com.

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