Chesterfield, MO

Home to the Biggest Burger in Missouri, this Restaurant is Bucket-List-Worthy

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Missouri is filled with some pretty great burger joints. However, if you're looking for something a bit out of the ordinary, we suggest Black Sheep Burgers and Shakes.
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With locations in downtown Springfield and Chesterfield, Black Sheep Burgers & Shakes features a menu of classic favorites from burgers and fried to shakes in a wide assortment of flavors.

The real highlight here however has to be the massive burgers. If you prefer your burger piled so high with toppings that it barely fits on the plate, we highly suggest the Cowboy Carl. The gigantic burger comes topped with smoked brisket, fried onions, pickles, and BBQ sauce.

Another popular and ridiculously sized favorite is the Springphilly–a patty topped with a five-ounce filet mignon, grilled peppers, grilled onions, and cheese sauce. A unique play on the classic Philly cheesesteak.
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The menu also features plenty of delicious accompaniments to their mouth-watering burgers like truffle parmesan fries, habanero cheese curds, and irresistible milkshake options like the Elvis which comes with banana, peanut butter, chocolate syrup, and vanilla custard.
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The restaurant, which has been open since 2015 has garnered countless accolades over the past 8 years and has even won best burger in Missouri. If you're a foodie who's looking for something unique and delicious, be sure to check this iconic restaurant out. Black Sheep is open every day of the week for lunch and dinner. To learn more, you can visit their official site here.

Have you ever tried Black Sheep Burgers & Shakes? Is it worth the hype? Let us know what you think in the comments.

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