Craving a burger? Are you somewhere in Missouri? No worries, Fundreds has your back with 7 of our top places to grab one in the state. Hungry yet?
Westport Flea Market Bar & Grill
A grill and a flea market under one roof? Why not? One of the best burgers in Kansas City is found here, and yes on the weekends you can shop as well. They’re also famous for the Super Flea burger, a monster with 5 patties, cheese, and 2 pounds of fries, that, if you can finish it under thirty minutes is on the house (along with a t-shirt). Or you can just go for the delicious, and still plenty filing, Flea Burger. The choice is yours.
From-scratch burgers and shakes make this St. Louis lounge a popular choice for locals. Located in an industrial chic space, with plenty of room for groups, it’s great for both an intimate evening with a special someone or a night out with friends. Make sure to take part in their weekly burger battle, where two chef-driven burgers face off to stay on the menu until the next showdown.
Five Star Burgers
Great burgers, beer, and happy hour have helped this chain earn its 5-star rating. You can choose from the menu of classic burgers, or try one of the specialty burgers like the lamb, bison, turkey, pork, or veggie variety.
Stacked Burger Bar
The burgers here employ a myriad of toppings to make for inspired options. It’s a great burger list. The chefs understand, however, that sometimes there is something else you want. They dare you to “Do It better” and the selection of patties, buns, cheese, and toppings is so impressive it’s almost hard to choose what you want. Sweet? Spicy? Cheesy? It’s all up to you.
Danna’s Bar-B-Que & Burger
At Danna’s, a burger is made all the better with a healthy helping of Miracle Whip spread across the bun. If you really want to go all in, try the Fatburger, a 6 oz patty topped with fried egg, cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and of course, Miracle Whip. It will put a smile on your face, and probably put you into a food coma afterward. But, sometimes, that’s okay.
The Scottish Arms
A proper Scottish Pub may seems a little out of place St. Louis. It’s a welcome addition, however, with it’s menu of homecooked food sourced from local farms and purveyors. You can get Scottish classics, like haggis and Scotch eggs, but the burgers, both the lamb and the Highland Cow Burger, are fantastic and shouldn’t be missed. The lamb burger comes with a fennel jam that is worth the trip alone, and the specially-made ranch for the beef burger is a winner as well.
The Irish counterpoint to the previously mentioned Scottish Arms, Seamus McDaniel’s does juicy burgers from 100% Angus beef topped with items like blue cheese and bacon, or their fantastic house made chili. They also offer an extensive menu of beers to go along with your burger. It’s a true pub experience in the heart of St. Louis.