Celebrate National Burger Day With Takeout From Your Favorite San Diego EateriesEat + Drink Nothing screams tasty eats like an amazing burger
During May, National Burger Month, or on May 28th National Burger Day, it’s the perfect time to indulge your take-out whims by ordering up a delicious burger to help ease the quarantine-cooking blahs.
Here are some of our favorite burger options around San Diego:
Available for takeout directly from the restaurant or through Postmates and DoorDash from 5:00pm-8:30pm, Tuesday- Sunday. The Burger from neighborhood eatery Madison on Park, is made with 1/3lb angus, aged white cheddar, pickled shallots, tomato, jalapeño-bacon sauce on a brioche bun, served with house pickles and waffles fries for $15.50. The restaurant is also serving cocktails, wine and beer to-go.
The distillery and tasting room continues to offer a 20% discount through take-out directly from the restaurant serving the Classic Cheeseburger, made with 8 oz. beef patty, choice of Swiss or cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, and 619 secret sauce on brioche for $12. Complete the meal with one of 619’s award-winning handcrafted vodkas, available for $19, or enjoy some to-go cocktails and 619 Vodka Slushies for only $5.
Ranch 45’s Brandt Burger utilizes the highest quality ingredients, resulting in a classic, yet cravable burger. Using all-natural farm-to-fork Brandt Beef, the Brandt Burger combines butter lettuce, heirloom tomato, bermuda onion, and your choice of smoked cheddar, gruyere or blue cheese on a brioche bun. The burger, which comes with fries and a house-made pickle, costs $15 and is available for both lunch and dinner on Friday and Saturday night.
Whether you’re searching for a basic burger, or are on the hunt for elevated options, you’ll find what you’re looking for at One Paseo. The urban village is home to Shake Shack, The Butchery, and North Italia, all of which offer signature burgers.
For those who prefer the classics, Shake Shack’s Shackburger starts with your choice of a single or double burger and then tops it with cheese, lettuce, tomato, and shack sauce. Shake Shack also offers portobello mushroom burgers, and options topped with bacon, various cheeses, and peppers.
For an elevated twist on a classic burger try The Butchery’s house ground patty with grilled onions, American cheese, camp mix, arugula, tomato, and Sir Kensington’s Special Sauce on your choice of a St. Pierre Brioche Bun or pretzel bun.
If you want to mix it up, North Italia’s burger combines crescenza cheese, caramelized onion, roasted mushroom, arugula, calabrian ketchup for an Italian twist on the American staple.
No burger list is complete without In-N-Out!
Stay healthy(ish), San Diego!