Food & Drink

The 6 best new burgers in Philadelphia

Published On 11/13/2014 Published On 11/13/2014
PYT
Lo Spiedo
Blue Duck Sandwich Company
1st Anniversary SpecTAPular
The Treemont
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1. PYT 1050 N Hancock St, Philadelphia, PA 19123 (Nolibs)

It's hard to go wrong with consuming a half-pound of red-sauced meatball flattened between two fried lasagna patties. If you don't catch that, you can always back it up with a summery Jamaican jerk chicken burger bundled between fried plantains.

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2. Lo Spiedo 4501 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19112

The new Navy Yard rotisserie makes fresh and classic eats over their signature wood-burning flame, making the burger’s farm-fresh meat extra savory.

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3. Blue Duck Sandwich Company 2859 Holme Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19152

This New American 40-seater in Northeast Philadelphia serves up a menu of creative burger and sandwich combos, like the B.B.B.L.T has 10 pieces of 1732 bacon, bacon mayonnaise, and your standard lettuce and tomato on brioche. Designed with counter and table seating -- including a large, 8-person farm table -- the space is bright and airy, yet homey enough to consider bringing your entire crew in for a casual BYOB Sunday brunch.

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4. Taproom on 19th 2400 S 19th St, Philadelphia, PA 19145 (South Philadelphia)

Tap Room's beer-centric gastropub with seasonal fare all year round.

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5. The Treemont 231 South 15th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102 (Center City West)

Chip Roman brings dry-aged Berkshire pork chops, chickpea fritters, deviled eggs with duck confit to Center City. Plus, there's happy hour every day (except Saturday) from 5-7pm.

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6. 2nd Story Brewing 117 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 (Old City)

This Old City brewery has a passion for craft beer, which you can see on the second (get it?!) story of the building.

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