Founded in Decatur, Ga., Farm Burger is among several competing burger-based fast-casual groups with Bay Area outposts known for a particular signature. Farm Burger, where the juicy burgers ooze caramelized onions and white cheddar cheese, hangs its hat on grass-fed, dry-aged, house-ground beef patties, locally sourced and affordably priced. The beef comes from Niman Ranch; other patty options include chicken, pastured pork, and vegan; the latter is based mainly on Chico-grown Llano Seco Rancho heirloom beans. Farm Burgers offers daily changing “blackboard” burgers, or one can build a burger with free toppings and $1 and $2 add-ons. Stack a patty with roasted garlic, iceberg lettuce, grainy mustard, mayo, red onion, house pickles, fresh tomato, red-bean chili, feta, and cured lardo, and it still costs less than a single cocktail at Flora. This menu is deeply, defiantly Dixie, offering regional standbys such as sweet-potato hushpuppies, chicken pot pie fritters, and fried chicken livers, not to mention boiled peanuts. Farm Burger isn’t called Farm Burger just for fun. Pictures of actual purveyors adorn its walls, complete with written explanations of how, where, and why each such farmer farms. Serves lunch and dinner daily.