The 6 best new burgers in Philadelphia
The Doh! Nut
PYT (address and info)
All the comfort food you could ever desire comes wrapped in gooey, glazed deliciousness with PYT’s latest burger special. Ground beef and a ton of melted cheese surrounded by fried dough, plus sprinkles that're actually bacon, make this a can’t-miss late-night option.
Traditional brisket hamburger
Lo Spiedo (address and info)
Philadelphia Navy Yard
The new Navy Yard rotisserie makes fresh and classic eats over their signature wood-burning flame, which means their burger’s farm-fresh meat is extra savory... oh, and the bacon, cheese & onions don't hurt either.
Pork Roll Burger
Blue Duck Sandwich Company (address and info)
The new Northeast BYOB does not disappoint with creative burger and sandwich combos, like this one, which comes w/ ground pork, a beef patty, Sriracha mayo, cheese & a sunny-side egg on a potato roll.
Tap Room on 19th (address and info)
In honor the spot’s anniversary, you get to eat LaFrieda beef w/ collard greens, black pepper bacon & fried chicken skin in a perfectly toasted bun.
Sweet + Sour Pulled Veal
The Treemont (address and info)
The burger on the bar menu at The Treemont features green olives and crispy onions. It is your new go-to during their sweet Sunday-Friday happy hour.
2nd Story Burger
2nd Story Brewing (address and info)
The Old City brewery’s signature burger includes tomato jam, manchego cheese, and arugala on a toasted bun that's so good you'll want to order a... waitforit!... 2nd one.
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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.
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.
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.
Tap Room's beer-centric gastropub with seasonal fare all year round.
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.