Neighborhoods Rock.

Localicious has the inside scoop on what to do and where to go in thousands of neighborhoods across the country. This blog is here to prove it.

10 Most Popular Burger Joints in America

Email

Every year, Americans consume over a billion hamburgers, but only a lucky few get to experience a truly amazing burger. You know what we’re talking about. The kind of hamburger that makes you glad cows walk the earth. A burger so good you are willing to deny yourself calories all week just to splurge on one. A sandwich so scrumptious you will drive, and drive…and drive in order to get one. If you don’t know what we’re talking about, then fear not, we’ve used Localicious in relation to population size to compile a list of the 10 most downright undeniably delicious burger joints in America. Enjoy.

10. MoJoe’s Burger Joint – Raleigh, NC

$2 dollar burgers after 10pm…need we say more? Okay, how about tall boys, wings, and veggie burgers, all wrapped in a dog-friendly restaurant; yeah, that should do it.

9. Stack’d Burger -Milwaukee, WI

With beef, poultry, vegetarian, vegan, and even gluten-free options, we love Stack’d Burger because they cater to all of us (Isn’t that what true love is? Getting everything we want, when we demand it, without giving anything back!).

8. Burgers & Brew -Sacramento, CA

What’s better than a burger cooked to order? Banana bread beer to go with it of course, and no, we are not kidding. For those who dislike bananas, bread, or both, Burgers & Brew serves more than 75 kinds of hoppy goodness. We know because we counted!

7. Burger Bar -San Francisco, CA

Located in Macy’s, Burger Bar combines two of our favorite activities: eating and shopping. For a unique experience, ask to be seated at “the table in the window”. It’s quiet, overlooks Union Square, and is a HUGE secret, so you didn’t hear about it from us!

6. In-N-Out Burger -Santa Ana, CA

Anyone who’s familiar with the southwestern US is also probably familiar with this burger chain, their fresh, delicious food and great customer service. What they might not be familiar with is In-N-Out’s secret menu. Google it before you go. Two words: Flying Dutchman.

5. Burger Jones -Minneapolis, MN

Umm…okay, we know that it’s supposed to be about the burger, but honestly, any place that serves mojito slurpees deserves to be on every Top 10 list ever invented! Back to the burgers; try substituting your bun for grilled cheese sandwiches. You’ll thank us; your thighs?…probably not.

4. Blanc Burgers + Bottles -Kansas City, MO

Consider this the go-to place for gourmet burgers; if you’re looking for something unique, try the surf and turf burger or the inside-out burger. We know they sound different, that’s why we called them “unique”.

3. Sonic Drive-In – Anaheim, CA

Sonic is one of the last places where eating in your car is not considered sad and lonely. Drive up to a menu, order your food, and wait for the carhop to skate up with your order. You’ll be in, out, and on your way to that sock hop in no time.

2. In-N-Out Burger – Las Vegas, NV

Let’s review: Fresh, delicious, great customer service, secret menu, Flying Dutchman. But this time add VEGAS BABY! Enough said.

1. YEAH! Burger – Atlanta, GA

Customize your burger and order a brew to go with it. At YEAH! Burger, the only thing that is more tasty than their burgers and sides are the deals you’ll get by checking out the secret menu before you go.

Well there you have it, the top ten most popular burger restaurants in America. We’ve shared all of their secrets and dished (no pun intended) about their food. The only thing left for you to do is bite into the beefy, bun-wrapped goodness!



6 Responses to “10 Most Popular Burger Joints in America”

  1. TroyJMorris

    July 13, 2011 · 1:39 pm

    WHAT?! Are you serious– no mention of Blue Moon (Seattle) or Hinano (LA)?! Craziness, I say!

  2. Shawn D

    July 27, 2011 · 1:30 pm

    It’s sad to see that Dick’s burgers didn’t make it on the list – being from Seattle and all…

  3. randy

    August 5, 2011 · 7:06 pm

    This Yeah burger must be pretty amazing to top In & Out.

  4. Bev Vence

    September 5, 2011 · 12:19 pm

    I spotted your blog’s link posted by a friend of mine on Facebook. Thanks for putting useful information on the internet. It’s tough to come by this stuff nowadays.

  5. Leontine Foeller

    September 7, 2011 · 7:26 am

    Random Google results can sometimes lead to wonderful blogs such as this. You are doing a good job, and we share lots of opinions.

  6. Frances Broach

    September 7, 2011 · 10:52 am

    A good guide, Despite the fact that it could have been longer ;)

Leave a Reply