Here are five burger joints in Alpharetta that take your regular ol’ cheeseburger and kick it up a notch.
SMK Burger at South Main Kitchen
Located in downtown Alpharetta, South Main Kitchen is the perfect spot to dine al fresco on a beautiful Georgia day. The flavorful burger combined with local ingredients and Chef Stone’s garlic aioli make the SMK burger one of the most sought after menu items.
Insider Tip: The SMK burger is called the W. All Good Burger on the dinner menu.
The Southwestern Burger at Bocado Burger
Located in Avalon, Bocado Burger is the relaxed version of its sister restaurant, Bocado, in Atlanta. The restaurant offers its iconic Westside double stack along with other sandwiches, salads and bites. With 12 specialty burgers and sandwiches currently listed on the regular menu (plus the option to build your own) you can try a different recipe each time you go. The Southwestern Burger has poblano pepper, avocado, red onion, American cheese and spicy mayo. Make sure to add a side order of Brussel Sprouts to complete your meal!
Insider Tips: Guests walk in, grab a menu and order at the counter. The restaurant doesn’t take reservations, so be prepared to wait in line during busy lunch and dinner hours. It goes by fast but we promise it is well worth the wait! Also, Tuesday night is Burger and Pint Night. Try a burger and a pint of beer for $14!
The Avalon Burger at Ted’s Montana Grill
With ingredients like gruyere and blue cheese, bacon caramelized onions and roasted garlic aioli how can you go wrong? At Ted’s, all burgers can be made to order with all natural bison, certified angus beef or grilled chicken breast.
Brewer’s Burger at Hop Alley Brew Pub
Hop Alley Brew Pub, located in downtown Alpharetta has a menu packed full of favorites with a twist. The Brewer’s Burger is no exception. This burger is topped with cheddar, bacon, a fried egg, peanut butter, and house-made beer cheese on a pretzel bun – yes, a pretzel bun! All burgers and sandwiches come served with your choice of house fries, onion rings, or the vegetable of the day.
Insider Tip: Make sure to pair your burger with one of Hop Alley’s signature house-made brews!
B&B Burger at Branch and Barrel
You can’t go wrong with any menu item at the 19th century industrial craft bar and kitchen led by Chef Todd Hogan. However, when it is hard to choose one of the many delicious options on Branch and Barrel’s creative menu, opt for this specialty burger topped with barrel smoked cheddar, bacon-onion marmalade and arugula.