Try These Local Joints for National Burger Month

Kelly PottsMay 2019
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Round out May with your favorite round meal … its National Burger Month! Whether you are a traditional meat & bun eater, opt for all the toppings or looking for plant-based burgers, we have rounded up some of the best spots in the Valley!

Brat Haus

Enjoy The Brutus: Beef patty, hot Italian brat, bacon, double cheese, onion ring, lettuce, relish, ketchup and mustard, at Arizona’s most welcoming beer garden and scratch kitchen. With 28 beers on tap, menu items inspired by European cuisine and a dog-friendly outdoor patio with a bar, it is the go-to spot for a casual lunch or dinner. BratHausAZ.com

Southern Rail

Head to Southern Rail to celebrate with The Muffaletta Burger! This is a classic American burger with a Southern twist complete with two cured meats, including shaved mortadella & salami, provolone cheese, then topped with tomato, olive salad and creole aioli. Served on a sesame brioche bun. www.southernrail.com.

Hand Cut

Spice up your burger with the California Burger at Hand Cut! Made with 6-ounce hand-pattied beef, avocado, Swiss cheese, sprouts, pickled red onion and herb aioli, topped with crispy sweet potato strings.

Roaring Fork

Roaring Fork Hungry? It’s time for the Big A** Burger at Roaring Fork! Served with Poblano pepper, cheddar, smoked pepper bacon, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles & French Fries.

Scorpion Bay Marina

Scorpion Bay Marina Step out of the Valley and into the lakeside for the Scorpion Bay Burger! This delicious 8oz angus patty features fresh, house-made onion rings, avocado, cheddar, tomato, butter lettuce, BBQ sauce, served on a lightly toasted brioche bun. And, the secret ingredient? The best view in the Valley!

MEAT FREE OPTIONS:

24 Carrots

24 Carrots offers a Weekly Vegan Burger Special for $12, with side ($14.50 on gluten-free bread) featuring a handmade burger patty of grains, vegetables & herbs with varied toppings to reflect each weekly burger special served on house-made whole wheat or gluten-free bun.

Palette at Phoenix Art Museum

Palette at Phoenix Art Museum has an awesome Portabella Melt that is a great alternative to your traditional burger. Featuring Grilled Onions, Roasted Red Pepper, House made local Arugula Pesto, Roasted Portabella, Sharp White Cheddar Cheese, Toasted Local Sourdough, this is one burger that will keep you coming back for more.

Bevvy

Bevvy Uptown serves the Impossible Burger, which is a meat free option perfect for any non-meater or even meat eater. The Impossible Burger is a plant based that eats and cooks like a normal beef patty. At the Bevvy, the Impossible Burger is served with traditional toppings along with vegan garlic aioli. They also serve the Impossible Burger as a bowl with roasted vegetables, quinoa, sweet potatoes and mashed avocado.

Zinburger

The name speaks for itself with this dish – a veggie burger made for those who aren’t looking to sacrifice flavor when giving up meat. Clint’s Almost Famous Veggie Burger at Zinburger layers the tasty veggie patty with avocado, tomato, lettuce, smoked mozzarella, and mayonnaise to ensure a punch of flavor in each and every bite.

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