10 Burgers to Try During San Antonio Burger Week


Benefiting the San Antonio Food Bank, San Antonio Burger Week returns Feb. 26-Mar. 7 with dozens of local eateries offering their over-the-top specialty burgers and meals, all priced between $5 and $8. Using a downloadable passport, participants can try dine-in or takeout burgers from around the city during the 10-day event while supporting the food bank’s mission.

 

Pro Tips Before You Go

  • Lines can be longer than usual, so remember to be patient and bring a friend or family member along.
  • A lunch and dinner meal will actually be cheaper. Don’t forget to tip accordingly and support our local businesses as they raise funds for the food bank.
  • Remember to check the restaurant’s social media for any notices or changes to the menu.

 

Burgerteca

Inspired by classic, Mexican street food flavors, Chef Johnny Hernandez offers customers the Hamburguesa Mexicana, a mouth-watering explosion of grilled beef patties and ham lavished in special sauce, pineapple jam and melted cheese for $8. While you’re at it, don’t forget to order one of their fruity house margaritas. 403 Blue Star, chefjohnnyhernandez.com

 

Burger Boy

Serving up twice the joy and cravings, the Double Boy is one of their most famous, old-fashioned double patty burgers built with mustard, lettuce, onion, tomato and pickles. While extras such as cheese, fries, and drinks will be sold separately, the burger is just $5. 9334 Potranco Road, burgerboysa.com

 

Candy’s Old Fashioned Eats

Tipping their hats off to the country star, The Roy L. Rogers is a seasoned hamburger patty served with shredded iceberg lettuce, thick tomato slices, pickles, and diced onions, nestled in a grilled bun—all for just $5. Top it off with extra bacon and cheddar cheese for that good ole’ day feeling. 115 S. Flores St., candysburgers.com

 

Chris Madrids

Eager to serve hungry San Antonio natives (as well as crispy bacon fanatics), Chris Madrids is offering up their specialty Porky’s Delight burger ($8) layered with a quarter pound beef patty, bacon slices and melted cheddar cheese. 1900 Blanco Road, chrismadrids.com

  

Chunky’s Burgers

Featured on the Travel Channel’s Man vs. Food, Chunky’s prides itself on offering good food at even better prices. For Burger Week, they’re offering their signature Hickory Burger ($5), topped with crispy onion rings, cheese, bacon, and drizzled barbecue sauce on a handmade bun. 4602 Callaghan Road, mychunkysburgers.com

 

L&L Hawaiian Barbecue

For those looking outside the bun, L&L introduces their $5 Ramen Burger, a stacked quarter pounder garnished with green onion, lettuce and their delicious sauce, all topped with a crispy Ramen noodle bun. 1302 Austin Hwy., llhawaiianbbqsa.com

 

Ocho at Hotel Havana

Chef Kirk offers his guests his intercultural creation, the Frita Cubana. Featuring a mix of ground beef, chorizo, and spices, this Cuban hamburger is decorated with shoestring fries and red onions and is available for just $8. 1015 Navarro St. havanasanantonio.com

 

The Well

In true Texas fashion, Chef Chemo Barrera offers hungry customers the ‘You’ve Been Chopped’ burger ($8). Made with certified Angus beef and chopped smoked brisket, this burger comes with all the fixings, including cheddar cheese, barbecue sauce and a crispy onion ring on a freshly baked potato bun. 5539 UTSA Blvd. thewellsanantonio.com

 

Slider Provider

Hollywood stardom travels its way to the Alamo City when you order Slider Provider’s unique Guackeen Phoenix sliders. Cooked with made-to-order Angus chuck or grilled chicken, fresh guacamole, melted sharp cheddar, and bacon on a sweetened King’s Hawaiian Roll, each $8 order comes with two sliders and a side of potato salad, fresh fruit or chips. 11147 War Emblem, sliderprovider.com

 

Tripoli’s Mediterranean Grill and Coffee Shop

Bringing rich aromatic flavors and healthy alternatives, Tripoli’s offers customers two options for Burger Week. Select either their classic Lamburger ($5) or Libyan Lamburger ($8) with Feta cheese, grilled vegetables and house made hot sauce on a fresh pretzel bun. 322 Valley Hi Dr., tripolissa.com





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