6 Restaurants For Burger Fanatics

No food is as comforting or satisfying as a good burger. Whether you're looking for a simple treat or a decadent mountain of meat, a healthy alternative or a sloppy monstrosity, the eateries listed here have got you covered. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.

6 Incredible American Burger Joints

Name Location(s)
Green Truck Pub Savannah, GA
King's Place Miesville, MN
Datz Tampa & St. Petersburg, FL
Walk-On's Sports Bistreaux Locations across the southeastern United States
Dick's Drive-In Throughout the Seattle, WA area
Boston Burger Company Boston, Salem, Cambridge, & Somerville, MA

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In Depth

Whether grilled, fried, or flame broiled, hamburgers are considered a staple of American cuisine. No matter if you're craving a classic with lettuce, tomato, and onion, or seeking a fun twist on tradition, there are plenty of restaurants serving up these popular sandwiches. Here, in no particular order, are eateries sure to excite burger enthusiasts.

Entering the list at #1 is Green Truck Pub in Savannah, Georgia, which serves burgers, sandwiches, and salads. It makes such items as ketchup and desserts in-house, while locally sourcing its grass fed beef from Hunter Cattle Company, a family farm. Popular specials include the Peachy Keen, made with chutney and goat cheese, and the Southern Comfort, topped with collard greens, Gouda, and bacon.

The restaurant has been named among the Best Southern Burger Spots by Garden & Gun, and given an Eat It and Like It Foodie Award. It has also been featured in Connect Savannah, Southern Living, and Voyage ATL. You can purchase t-shirts designed by local artists from its shop.

It has also been featured in Connect Savannah, Southern Living, and Voyage ATL.

Coming in at #2 is King's Bar & Grill in Miesville, Minnesota, near the Twin Cities. Among its popular burgers is the Batter Up, which features a hot dog and American cheese. Other menu items include soups such as Tomato Basil, Loaded Baked Potato, and Chicken Noodle, as well as Bloody Mary cocktails.

The eatery has garnered praise for its hamburgers from a variety of outlets such as Food Gnawledge, Twin Cities Pioneer Press, TripAdvisor, and Love Food. It was also named Best of Southern Minnesota Scene, and diners hail it as a great choice for its burger selection.

At #3 is Datz, with locations in Tampa and St. Petersburg, Florida. Among its most popular burgers is the Double D, which features two patties, Swiss and American cheeses, lettuce, tomato, and red onion served between whole glazed doughnuts. The restaurant also hosts weekend brunch with such items as Shrimp and Grits and Loaded Potato Waffles. In addition, it features a cocktail menu with artisanal liquors and wine.

The restaurant also hosts weekend brunch with such items as Shrimp and Grits and Loaded Potato Waffles.

Diners can sample sweets from the eatery's bakery, Dough, which features cookies, cupcakes, and doughnuts. Datz also caters weddings, birthday parties, and corporate events. The restaurant has been profiled on several national media outlets such as Good Morning America, Travel Channel, and Food Network.

In the #4 spot is Walk-On's Sports Bistreaux, which is co-owned by NFL All Pro Quarterback Drew Brees and restaurateur Brandon Landry. It specializes in Louisiana cuisine such as seafood, traditional Cajun, and hamburgers. The popular Hangover Burger features a sunny side up egg, American cheese, and bacon served on a brioche bun with waffle fries.

The eatery offers Party Platters for special events, featuring such items as Boneless Wings, Boudin Balls, sliders, queso, and Bread Pudding. You can purchase a variety of merchandise from its Locker Room shop, including such items as shirts, hats, shot glasses, and outerwear.

You can purchase a variety of merchandise from its Locker Room shop, including such items as shirts, hats, shot glasses, and outerwear.

In the #5 spot is Dick's Drive-In, which opened in Seattle in 1954. Its menu is composed of burgers, homemade fries from Washington state potatoes, hand whipped shakes, and ice cream. It is most known for The Deluxe, which features two grilled patties, melted cheese, lettuce, mayonnaise, and pickle relish.

The restaurant has received extensive media coverage from such outlets as, Seattle Magazine, Esquire, and DatingNews. Its Change for Charity program allows customers to donate the change left over from their order in support of community organizations to help the homeless, such as ROOTS Young Adult Shelter, FareStart, and Mary's Place.

Finishing up the list at #6 is Boston Burger Company, which makes its beef patties daily and all of its dressings and sauces in-house. One of its signature hamburgers is The Killer Bee, made with bacon, onion rings, honey barbecue sauce, and American cheese. It is also known for its Freak Frappe milkshakes, which are topped with various candies and desserts.

One of its signature hamburgers is The Killer Bee, made with bacon, onion rings, honey barbecue sauce, and American cheese.

It has received numerous awards, with diners raving about the colossal portions and creative takes on burgers. Media coverage includes appearances on The Rachael Ray Show and Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives with Guy Fieri. Its shop features t-shirts, as well as its homemade salsas, including Bahama Mama Mango, Inferno Habanero, and Wild Mild Party.