According to the chain's ingredients page, when you order a Mooyah burger, you can rest assured that the patty is prepared from Certified Angus Beef.
Hardee's understands there is value in promoting the fact that many of its patties are made with this celebrated meat, as evidenced by some of the names of its menu items.
Smashburger takes quality ingredients such as aged cheddar cheeses, applewood-smoked bacon, and, of course, Certified Angus Beef very seriously.
Shake Shack's patties typically cost one or two dollars more than comparable burgers from other chains, but you're paying for premium beef.
BurgerFi also states on its homepage that its burgers are prepared with "all-natural Angus beef that is free of steroids, additives, and hormones."
If you're in Texas, and specifically in San Antonio or Austin, you can get an authentic Angus burger at one of the few dozen P. Terry's locations.
The company's site says these burgers are created "with fresh-ground, all-natural, black Angus Midwestern beef, mustard, topped with ketchup, local pickles, and grilled onions,"