Photo by Ilya Mashkov on Unsplash You're craving a juicy burger. You can almost taste delicious meat, fresh toppings and crispy lettuce. The problem is, you don't know where to go. You want a safe bet. You're in St. Louis, and you're looking for the right spot. Here are the top three burgers in town that won't disappoint you at all.
Photo by Armando Ascorve Morales on Unsplash You can create the burger of your dreams at Stacked. Whatever you want from ground chuck to black bean patties, brioche buns to fontina cheese. If you can dream it, Stacked can create it. Stacked is a funky neighborhood joint in historic Carondolet in St. Louis where you can enjoy a great burger, a drink from our full bar, and the big game on TV. Check out any of our incredible 13 featured burgers on the menu or build your own with all your favorite ingredients. And be sure to check out the Burger of the Month announced on Facebook! We’ve also got plenty of tasty starters, fresh salads, and a junior menu for the kids.With fresh and locally sourced ingredients, the Stacked is always on top with their burger.On the dessert menu, I highly recommend the Bourbon Caramel Brownie. The caramel sauce poured on the chocolate brownie with a scoop of chocolate chip ice cream is my definition of a happy ending after a good burger to seal the deal. Here's the website for Stacked.
Photo by Delfina Cocciardi on Unsplash In 1993, Fitz’s opened in the Delmar Loop area of University City, a suburb of St. Louis. To assure authenticity, the call went out for a vintage bottling line. Incredibly, a 1940’s bottling line was found in an old barn in Shawano, Wisconsin. It was refurbished and installed at the restaurant, where it is visible from every table on the main floor. Fully operational, the bottling line can turn out one bottle of root beer, or any of our other popular flavors, every second.The building that houses Fitz’s was built in 1928 for the West End Bank. It became the Delmar Bank in 1933, and was remodeled in 1944 when the attractive art deco façade was added. For a while, during the 1980’s, it was a Chinese restaurant known as The Lantern House.You can order online here or if you would like to know more about this restaurant, visit their website.
Photo by Haseeb Jamil on Unsplash Baileys’ Range opened 10 years ago and is located in Downtown St. Louis. Part of the Baileys' family of restaurants, we proudly serve specialty burgers made with 100% grass fed, grain-finished American range beef and bake all our beer buns in house. The dedicated crew is proud to craft a delicious handmade ice cream with no artificial ingredients. We offer seasonal flavors, and even a vegan ice cream. You can order from a variety of 30 craft beers on tap, plus boozy ice cream shakes, house lemonades and more. Baileys' Range is perfect for large groups, date night, birthday parties, and families. You can check out the website here. Did I miss any of your favorites? Let me know in the comments!