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Baton Rouge isn't just home to a huge state university. And, it isn't just known for the regional cuisine and culture of south Louisiana. It's home to some great burgers, as well. A grilled patty, a bun and a few condiments seem so simple. But, these Baton Rouge burger spots tend to do it the best. If you feel like you need to get your hands dirty in a juicy burger, these are the places to check out.
MOOYAH features never-frozen Certified Angus Beef burgers, all natural turkey burgers or black bean veggie burgers. You can get your choice of patty with a non-GMO fresh-baked potato or multigrain bun. Or, cut the carbs all together and make it an Iceburger. Fries are burgers best friends and here you can get hand-cut regular french fries or sweet potato fries.
Check out multiple locations here.
Highway 55 Burgers
Hwy 55 Burgers, Shakes & Fries in Baton Rouge is bringing a fresh All-American diner experience with never-frozen burgers, sliced cheesesteaks piled high on steamed hoagies and frozen custard made in-house every day. Just take a look at that menu.
Founded in Eastern North Carolina in 1991, Hwy 55 reflects founder Kenney Moore’s commitment to authentic hospitality and fresh food. Lunch and dinner are grilled in an open-air kitchen.
Pull into Baton Rouge’s location at 411 Ben Hur Road Suite A.
From humble beginnings as a food truck to a brick and mortar on Government Street. Curbside uses a proprietary blend of beef — that goes through the grinder a unique way — combined with signature toppings, buttery brioche buns, fresh cut fries and an ice cold beer to create the perfect burger experience.
Check out the Mid City favorite on 4158 Government Street.
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Atomic Burger has a simple menu of burgers, hot dogs, fries and steamed edamame, along with milkshakes that are chilled to order with liquid nitrogen. The restaurant has been acclaimed as having one of the best hamburgers in New Orleans by national online publications.
Get atomic on 5909 Creek Centre Dr, Baton Rouge, LA 70820
Just like a blacksmith, Burgersmith holds true to its name forging delicious burgers for the Baton Rouge community. They offer a lengthy list of toppings such as fried green tomatoes or Tabasco peppers. Don’t forget to try their signature “Smith sauce” and a side of “Smith fries” for a true bite of Louisiana flavor.
Fat Cow Burgers
It’s hard to mention Fat Cow in Baton Rouge and not see someone’s face turn into a dreamy gaze instantly. Yes, these burgers are just that good. They offer everything from your traditional cheeseburger to more unique options like the Sicilian burger. Order a side of Parmesan and duck fat fries and a creole cream cheese malt for the ultimate feast.
They are open seven days a week, so you better get to 4350 Highland Road, Suite B1, to try the Fat Cow yourself.
Nestled in college town on the outskirts of LSU, you’ll find a purple and gold wooden building and probably no parking around it. Roul’s Deli is an LSU staple, and they have been serving up their massive burgers for years. And if you’re not sold yet, keep these two words in mind: shrimp burger.
Get there! 3327 Highland Road.
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Speaking of shrimp burgers, you need to try this one, as well. Mason’s Grill is a favorite among locals and it’s not unusual to see people lining the walls to get a seat at the eatery. Their Cajun shrimp burger and the avocado burger are both must-tries. They are known for being a delicious brunch spot, too.
Find your seat at 13556 Jefferson Highway.
Now, before you start to get a little wary, yes, this place is in fact under an overpass. But ask any true native and they know about George’s. Order a side of cheese fries and count the dollar bills on the ceiling as you enjoy that delicious burger. You’ll feel any sense of uncertainty melt away.
Take your pick at these locations.
My mouth is watering just from looking at the photo menu online. The selection of burgers here is so intense, I’m not quite sure how you decide between the Boudin Burger, the Pizza Burger or the PB & J Burger. This is just one of those places where you just keep coming back to try more and more. Our Mom’s, Your Mom’s, His Mom’s, Her Mom’s — however you see it, this restaurant will make you feel right at home.
Get there any day of the week from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm at 250 West Lee Drive in BR.