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2 Essential Burger Places in San Diego You Need to Try

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Is it American food? Is it German food? Where was the first burger made?

According to Julian Canlas, who is a food blogger at Twisper, "the hamburger is probably most often associated with the USA. This is no surprise as it has become somewhat of a staple in that great nation. However, the story of the creation of the hamburger (one of many stories) is that the hamburger was brought to America by German immigrants from (surprise, surprise) Hamburg in the early 20th century. As a result, you would expect the best burgers to come from either America or Germany."

When it comes to burgers, everyone has a different opinion. For me, it doesn't matter where the burger comes from as long as it tastes good.

I don't know about you, but the burger is one of my favorite food. It is one of the foods that I can eat every single day, along with Margherita pizza and tiramisu.

But, I'm not talking about just a burger but a good burger with a thick juicy patty, cheddar cheese, and a little bit of spicy sauce. And, of course, a soft but delicious bun like a cloud.

It’s very difficult to say what makes a perfect burger, simply because there are so many different variations of the simple beef and bread sandwiches. Nowadays, every place around us makes a burger. However, for a burger lover like me, it is very important to find a place that makes good burgers.

For all of these reasons, this wasn’t an easy list to make for me. However, here are the two best burger places in San Diego, based on burger lovers' recommendations.

1. Notorious Burgers

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Notorious Burgers
Notorious Burgers was started by husband and wife – Julie and Brian Gruber. Together they have delivered unique well-favored menu items while supporting local craft breweries in San Diego. Notorious Burgers proudly distributes local craft beer paired with one-of-a-kind gourmet burgers and more. The restaurant has a fun mobster prohibition-themed environment which leads to the creative names of entrees such as the “GAMBINO’S BROKEN LEG OF LAMB” burger and the “PHILLY MOB” sandwich. - Notorious Burgers

Recommendations based on customer reviews:

  • The Whitey Burger was very good. Good size. Very very tasty.
  • Everything was fresh and flavorful.
  • Big Poppa Burger (cheese, bacon onion rings, BBQ sauce), and the Notorious Burger (bacon, cheese, grilled onions) are must-try.

Price: On average, it's $30 - 35 for two people.

Location: 6955 El Camino Real Ste 107 Carlsbad, CA 92009

Website: http://www.notoriousburgers.com/

2. Crazee Burger

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Crazee Burger
Over 30 handcrafted burgers, including: Steak Trim Angus beef, buffalo, venison, alligator, salmon, and more! We are also offering multiple Vegan and Vegetarian options. We also offer in-house made fresh soups and salads. We have daily happy hour which includes hand-selected craft beer, wine, and food. We offer a friendly atmosphere, with an open and inviting dog-friendly patio. - Crazee Burger

Recommendations based on customer reviews:

  • Best grilled pastrami outside of NYC.
  • They offer a wide variety of exotic burgers. I tried the Ostrich Burger and it was delicious.
  • They have an exotic and creative menu of burgers to choose from.
  • Chocolate peanut butter shake is one of the best in town.

Price: On average, it's $25 - 30 for two people.

Location: 3993 30th St. San Diego, CA 92104

Website: https://crazeeburger.com/

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The burger places have expanded rapidly over the last years. This list is but a few of the best burger restaurants in San Diego.

If there’s a good burger joint you would like to recommend besides this list of best burgers in San Diego, let us know in the comments below!

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