This 8-stool eighth wonder of Atlanta has been dubbed one of the state's best burger joints. After having one of owner Ann Price's voluptuous, hand-pressed "Ghetto Burgers", we understand why she's got lawyers working on trademarking the name. Chili sauce, bacon, secret seasoning (seriously, it's a secret), fat pieces of onion and fried bacon are all yours for the four short minutes it'll take you to devour the thing.
Burgers, booze milkshakes, and camp horror, kung fu flicks. At Grindhouse Killer Burgers, you can live out your fantasy mother's-basement 10-yr plan, except its much nicer, well-lighted, and there are other people. This burger spot is just plain sweet.
Crime doesn't pay, but it does eat. Specifically: late-night jelly-filled doughnut burgers at O4W's Illegal Food housed inside Joystick Gamebar.
Although Bocado is home to one of the top burgers in the ATL, this Westside restaurant also serves a variety of other contemporary American dishes -- like creative sandwiches, small plates, and artisanal cheese -- on a rotating seasonal menu. Also rotating are the beer specials, so your options are far from limited.
Every night at 10p, Holeman & Finch begins serving their classic burger -- but they only make roughly 24 of them (we wish this were a sick joke). The burger isn't even listed on the menu. You just have to know. This amount of care and concern for a burger only means one thing: devour and don't look back.