Food & Drink

Austin’s top patties, presented by Capital One Bank*

These meaty joints are the best thing to happen to the hamburger since the meat grinder. If you're ready to stop eating ground chuck and start eating ground Charles, get ready to pump some iron and down the best bun and beef technology in Austin.*Venues chosen at the discretion of Thrillist

The Ron Burgundy at Gourdough’s Public House: Because this burger served with a fried egg, bacon, cheese, and guac is kind of a big deal.

The Wood-Grilled Cheeseburger at Lambert’s: This smoke monster is just as cheesy as the one from Lost, but leads to a much more satisfying conclusion.

The Dagburger at Hut's Burgers: The Dagburger's been around since you were a twinkle in your father's father's eye. Respect it.

The Burger at Luke’s Inside Out: With grilled sirloin, bacon, and cheddar, Luke's burger is more tempting than the Dark Side of The Force.