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11 Places To Celebrate National Burger Day

May 25, 2018 11:33AM ● Published by Ashley Madonna


Not all burgers are created equal, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Whether you want a juicy burger that sticks to the basics or a signature option with surprising toppings, there's a joint in town that will satisfy all your cravings. And with National Burger Day rolling around on May 28, now is the best time to try out the best burgers this city has to offer. 

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Head over to Southlake Town Square to check out Five Guys Burgers and Fries. They serve up high-quality burgers, which can be built 250,000 different ways, and quality fries. Just pick the toppings and add-ons that make for your favorite burger, and get ready to sink your teeth into a juicy treat.

Hopdoddy Burger Bar

To get a taste of what’s to come when Hopdoddy comes to Southlake next month, try out their Euless location on National Burger Day. With exceptional burger creations and loaded fries, the trip over is definitely worth it. And you can find which menu items you should try out when the Southlake Town Square location opens up shop.

Kincaid’s Hamburgers

For a local favorite known for mouthwatering burgers, take your family over to Kincaid’s Hamburgers. Their patties are made with 100% Black Angus chuck that’s ground fresh daily on location. Whether you choose to keep your burger basic or try out their custom Cowtown Burger, these bad boys will make everyone happy. Don’t forget to order up their Banana Pudding to really complete your diner experience.

LA Burger

For burgers with premium toppings like kimchi and teriyaki grilled onion, Keller’s LA Burger may be your ideal destination. Their signature burgers come out stacked with tasty toppings that create a great flavor profile with each bite. Just order up a side of onion rings or curly fries, and get ready to sit back and enjoy a magnificent meal.

Lucy’s Lot

Wake up on the right side of the bed with the Mornin’ Sunshine burger at Lucy’s Lot. With chorizo, bacon, a fried egg, pepper jack cheese and jalapenos, this signature creation may be the best way to start out the week. This Grapevine burger joint has plenty of other burgers that are worth a try, so be sure to try out something new each time you visit. And do yourself a favor and try their fried pickles. You’re welcome.

MOOYAH

Whether you want to build your own or try a menu staple, the burgers at MOOYAH are sure to impress. For those who can’t get enough spice and want a bit of a challenge, order up The Double Diablo – two Angus Beef patties served with pepper jack, Applewood smoked bacon, jalapenos, Cholula and mayonnaise. To wash it down, treat yourself to one of their ten shake flavors.

Peace Burger

At Peace Burger, you don’t just get a burger. Diners can order up one of their Freakin’ Burgers. Whether you are looking for something traditional like their Sissy, served with bacon, cheddar, mustard, mayonnaise and pickles, or want to try something new like the Cry Baby Blue, served with Cajun spices, blue cheese and buffalo sauce, there’s a creation on their menu that’s sure to hit your sweet spot. 

Smashburger

If you prefer your patties smashed, then head over to the pros in the technique. Smashburger’s menu is full of flavorful creations that make for a quality meal. For a lighter burger filled with healthy toppings, order the Spinach, Cucumber & Goat Cheese, served with tomato, onion and balsamic vinaigrette. And with a gluten-free bun option, everyone can enjoy a stacked smash signature. 

Snuffer’s Restaurant & Bar

For a truly Southern comfort experience, stop by Snuffer’s Restaurant & Bar. Their Green Chile Cheeseburger brings the best of burgers and Tex-Mex together on one plate. And you can’t dine in without ordering their infamous Original Cheddar Fries. Topped with Wisconsin cheddar cheese over hand-cut Idaho potato fries, this delicious starter is at its best when topped with bacon and jalapenos. You may go into a food coma after enjoying all of these delectable treats, but it’s definitely worth it.

Teddy’s Bigger Burgers

Sometimes, like most times in Texas, bigger really is better. And that comes to life at Teddy’s Bigger Burgers. Jump right into the fun by ordering up the Biggest Burger, which is their famous one-pound burger. The two half-pound patties can be customized with the topping of your choice, but it’s the meat that keeps people coming back time and time again. 

Twisted Root Burger Co.

For a burger served up with exotic meat – venison, elk, gator, boar, beaver or camel are just a few of the rotating options – head over to Twisted Root Burger Co. After deciding on your patty, it’s time to choose from their spread of signature topping creations. For something that has both heat and a bit of crunch, The Western is for you. With pepper jack, bacon, fried onion strings and jalapenos, this loaded treat is sure to be enough to satisfy all your burger cravings.

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