New York may have the Soup Nazi, but we have Ms. Ann and her posted rules. Wait patiently for her to assemble one order at a time, and be ready to pay cash for her amazing Ghetto Burger.
Like the Decatur original, Farm Burger Buckhead relies exclusively on grass-fed beef. Orders are placed at the counter and delivered to tables in an airy dining room outfitted with reclaimed wood and other green materials.
This fast-paced yet thoughtful operation is the Atlanta area’s first burger joint to rely exclusively on grass-fed beef, sourced from farms near Athens.
The second location of Richard Blais’s Westside showboat. The twenty or so burger choices let you stay as conventional or go as wacky as you please (we love the “Southern,” a country-fried beef patty topped with pimento cheese).
Richard Blais and his partners fuel the city’s burger mania at their Westside showboat. The twenty or so burger choices let you stay as conventional or go as wacky as you please.
You can order loaded nachos or a salmon BLT, but the uncontested draw is the burger in a dozen variations. Sticklers who eschew toppings will appreciate the plain burger’s grilled smokiness.
The concept is old-fashioned with a twist: A blend of Angus chuck and brisket is cooked to order and sandwiched into buttered, toasted buns and topped with fresh ingredients. Crinkle fries and hand-spun shakes complete the feast.
There is, of course, that famous burger, served at 10 p.m. and at Sunday brunch. But at its essence, Holeman and Finch exists to serve you pork.
There is, of course, that famous burger. But Holeman and Finch exists to serve you pork, be it cured, twirled into pasta, or served on the side as bacon. If it isn’t packed, the talented bartenders will devise a libation to your taste.
Ssam is the Korean word for “wrapped.” But this charmer near Collier Road isn’t simply taking the Korean taco craze that originated in Los Angeles and applying the flavors to burgers. The concept draws from a broader palette of Asian cuisines.
This second location to the Westside original uses a healthy approach to take the guilt out of America’s most iconic sandwich. The bison and turkey burgers trump the other options.
Chef Shaun Doty now turns his attention to burgers. His new spot on the Westside uses a healthy approach to take the guilt out of America’s most iconic sandwich. Try the bison and turkey burgers.