Burgers of Greensboro

posted on May 25, 2021 by Amy Scott

Take a Bite

Nothing is more American than a burger, and Greensboro offers the ultimate variety. From award-winning to the hole in the wall, these burgers are for everyone. Take a bite and see why Greensboro is known for burgers. Plus, May is National Burger Month too!

Hops Burger Bar

Hops Burger Bar topped TripAdvisor's list of best burger spots in the nation in 2015 and they continue serving burgers and craft beer that are worthy of a visit. Serving premium Angus burgers on buttery brioche buns, this popular eatery pairs each patty with a side of crispy fries salted to perfection. Try a weekly special burger alongside favorites like the Spicy Goat (goat cheese, applewood smoked bacon, pepper jelly and lettuce) and the El Diablo (pepper jack cheese, lettuce, sauted onions, & jalapeños on a Sriracha bun).

Where to go:
2419 Spring Garden St. 27403 • 336-235-2178 2138 Lawndale Dr. 27408 • 336-663-0537

Emma Key's Flat Top Grill

Emma Key’s offers old fashioned burgers, hot dogs and sandwiches grilled on a classic flat top, complete with toppings of your choice. 100% beef burgers are topped with the freshest trimmings and ingredients. The menu includes delicious sandwiches, regular and sweet potato fries, salads, and hand-dipped ice cream shakes. Be sure to try the fresh-from-the-grill breakfast. Indoor and outdoor seating are available in the restored 1950s barbershop.

Where to go:
2206 Walker Ave. 27403 • 336-285-9429

Big Burger Spot

Take a bite of a brioche bun burger at Big Burger Spot, home to the sizes “Almost Big”, “Big” and “Colossal Burger.” They have 13 signature burgers plus a build-your-own option (Steve Harvey made a burger here - ask for it on your visit). Don’t forget to try their signature fries and dipping sauces. Our recommendation is Backyard BBQ - American Cheese, BBQ Sauce, Applewood Smoked Bacon, and Crispy Onion with Fries. Their spacious patios are dog and family friendly.

Where to go:
2812 Battleground Ave. 27408 • 336-288-9275
510 Nicholas Rd. 27409 • 336-541-8861

PorterHouse Burger

Local, family-owned restaurant and food truck with cooked-to order burgers, sandwiches, salads and delicious desserts. Their build-your-own burgers offer non-traditional items like peanut butter, pineapple and fried egg.

Where to go:
4608 W. Market. St. 27407 • 336-617-7145

Burger Warfare

Join the revolution at this military-industrial theme craft burger bar. From the dishes to the atmosphere, it is one-of-a-kind. The menu features flat-top burgers, and house-made custards fused to make over-the-top shakes, available with or without booze. The staples offer fun names that get you engrossed in the experience: Try the Peacekeeper (Swiss cheese, pesto mayo, lettuce, tomato, and button mushrooms) or Old Glory (Warfare sauce, pickles, iceberg lettuce, red onions, tomatoes, and American cheese). Spiked milkshakes include Sgt. Shortcake (strawberry shake topped with angel food cake) and Hellcat (cinnamon swirl shake topped with a cinnamon roll).

Where to go:
1209 Battleground Ave. 27408 • 336-500-0654

Bad Daddy's Burger Bar

Chef-driven burgers, chopped salads, artisan sandwiches, and local Craft Beers! It's a place with attitude and monthly burger and drink specials. Don't miss out with indoor and outdoor dining. 

Where to go: 4522 W. Wendover Ave. Ste 101 • 336-323-2666

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