Kooper's Chowhound Burger Wagon

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Burgers

Food Trucks

Kooper’s Tavern has a couple brick-and-mortar locations in the Baltimore area -- where it features its famous burgers and dog decor. However, Kooper’s Chowhound burger wagon was the first official food truck in the area and deserves praise for the burgers it's grilling in its tiny mobile kitchen. Whether you’re at a music festival, beer garden, or charity 5K, there is nothing more satisfying than an Elvis Got the Blues burger with Creekstone Farms Black Angus beef, Maytag blue cheese spread, and thick slabs of Applewood-smoked bacon, all on a sturdy grilled bun. Also recommended: a side of 50-50 Fries (an even split of sweet potato and regular) and keeping track of the wagon with its website’s handy Google Calendar.

Washington DC

Kooper's Chowhound Burger Wagon

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Kooper’s Tavern has a couple brick-and-mortar locations in the Baltimore area -- where it features its famous burgers and dog decor. However, Kooper’s Chowhound burger wagon was the first official food truck in the area and deserves praise for the burgers it's grilling in its tiny mobile kitchen. Whether you’re at a music festival, beer garden, or charity 5K, there is nothing more satisfying than an Elvis Got the Blues burger with Creekstone Farms Black Angus beef, Maytag blue cheese spread, and thick slabs of Applewood-smoked bacon, all on a sturdy grilled bun. Also recommended: a side of 50-50 Fries (an even split of sweet potato and regular) and keeping track of the wagon with its website’s handy Google Calendar.