Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia has recently become the city of Burgers. But who has the best burgers depends on what you're looking for. So, to simplify things, we have compiled a few of our favorite burger spots around the city.
Luckey's Last Chance
Lucky's Last Chance is a quaint '70s-style joint and bar. The menu features ten different burgers, breakfast sandwiches, and locally-grown ingredients from local farms. Customers can order a homemade ice cream cone or banana bread for dessert.
Kensington Quarters in Fishtown
If you're looking for a truly unique burger, try Kensington Quarters in Fishtown. This whole-animal kitchen serves up 75 percent grass-fed local chuck that is ground and cut daily. While the city's fancy burgers used to be all about enormous size, the food at Kensington Quarters has gone beyond that. Its grilled burgers have the tenderness and smoky taste of authentic Tex-Mex food, and its burgers aren't overdone.
The Good Dog Bar
The burgers at the Good Dog Bar feature s 1/2 pound sirloin beef patties, lettuce, and onion. The ambiance is grungy, and the menu offers upscale versions of traditional diner favorites. The burgers here are small but tasty, and you can pair them with brunch at the bar. The menu includes dishes reminiscent of traditional diner fares, such as grilled octopus and duck pot pie. The bar is also popular with the younger crowd.
Rittenhouse Burger Cafe
Whether you're looking for a casual burger joint for a quick lunch or a delicious upscale meal, the food scene in Philadelphia has become more sophisticated. Whether you're looking for a snazzy 'Sloppy Joe,' a gourmet 'Burger' at Rittenhouse Burger Café, or just a tasty burger, Philly's burger joints have just about something for everyone.
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