This is not so much a review as a reminiscence, I guess, given that I haven't seen a Chips Hamburger place since they closed the one in Menominee, Michigan in 1970 or 1971, shortly after a McDonalds was built across the street. Chips was the first fast-food place I had ever seen, although I don't think it was called that at the time. Their basic burgers were good, and they were only 16-cents apiece, which was very cheap even in 1970. They were kind of on the smallish size so people would generally get two of them, though. My understanding was that it was a regional chain, found only in Wisconsin, except for the one in Menominee, which was literally just across the river from Wisconsin. I think it was started by someone who once played for the Green Bay Packers. The talk about McDonalds got me thinking about Chips, so I thought I'd go looking for them online. First, I came across the Burger Wisconsin Chain, owned by the Chip Group, but operated in New Zealand. They apparently operate a chain of burger places throughout New Zealand. So I thought, that's weird, that they would move to New Zealand. That's probably not them, though. Then, I came across Chips Old Fashioned Hamburgers, but that seems to be a Texas chain and, despite the fact that they use an "old fashioned" label, they were established in 1981 and the one in Menominee had already closed a decade before that. They may have good burgers, but that's not the one I was looking for. Next, and finally, I think I found them, still in Wisconsin. There is a website for Chips Hamburgers in Merrill, Wisconsin. Although there is nothing on the site that would indicate that it is a chain, however small, Restaurant.com tells me that there is a Chips Hamburgers in Marshfield, Wisconsin as well, and they have the same logo as the Merrill place and, as far as I can remember so far back, I think the design of the building and logo are the same, or similar. So, I guess they're still in business, still small, and still only in Wisconsin. I'll bet they're charging more than 16-cents for a burger, though.