Heads up, carnivores. CLT Burger Week is back! Actually, it’s more than a week. The 7th annual celebration of the Queen City’s best burger offerings runs August 12-21.
According to the Charlotte Observer, more than 25 local restaurants across the Charlotte area are participating in CLT Burger Week, including Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar, Jack Beagles, Brazwell’s, French Quarter Tavern, Kid Cashew, Angry Ales, and The Local. Each will be serving up specialty burgers for just $6.
You can even get a passport to track your burger trek and help crown the best burger in Charlotte by voting for your favorite participating restaurants. Who knows? You just might discover your new favorite burger. Get all the details HERE.
North Carolina: This is the No. 1 Burger in the State
Burgers are defined by Merriam Webster as fried sandwiches made of meat or other foods that are shaped into a round, flat shape and are sandwiched between two bread rolls. Ever wonder what the best burger is in North Carolina?
We have some answers. I love eating hamburgers. A medium-rare burger with cheese, lettuce, and some ketchup is my favorite. Americans love burgers, whether they’re eaten on the go or at a backyard BBQ. They are juicy, delicious, and go well with fries. As a result of Food & Wine, we now know where to find the best burger in North Carolina.
The following list includes classic, straight-shooting burgers and the old-school establishments that are still making some of the best burgers. Below are some Southeast and Eastcoast favorites as well. Did your favorite burger make it to the number one spot in the state? Let us know.