Best Burgers in Austin, TX

The Best Burger Austin

Delicious house made half pound patty topped with caramelized onions, Jack cheese, avocado and bacon

The best burger in Austin TX is at Old School Bar & Grill. Ground fresh each morning, their burgers are to die for! It’s a matter of time when this becomes a destination place. The burgers include:

STEVIE RAY BURGER – (Best Burgers in Austin TX) Austin’s premium burger, ground fresh daily from two prime steak cuts

ZILKER PARK BURGER – (Best Burgers in Austin TX) Austin’s premium burger, topped with fresh guacamole, bacon, mayonnaise and Pepper Jack Cheese

ROYALE WITH BRIE BURGER – (Best Burgers in Austin TX) Austin’s premium burger, topped with double creme brie and smoked onion aioli

TEXAS TWO THEP BURGER – (Best Burgers in Austin TX) Our famous steak burger, double stacked, with natural Cheddar cheese, jalapenos, Siracha sauce and a fried egg

BUFFALO BLEU CHEESE BURGER – (Best Burgers in Austin TX) Austin’s premium burger, topped with Buffalo wing sauce, bleu cheese and bacon

BARTON SPRINGS BURGER – (Best Burgers in Austin TX) Austin’s premium house made chicken burger topped with avocado, chipotle mayo and mozzarella

VEGGIE BURGER BURGER – (Best Burgers in Austin TX) A spicy black bean burger, topped with avocado and chipotle mayo

BIG TEX CHALLENGE – (Best Burgers in Austin TX) 4lb burger topped with 1lb bacon, 1/2lb cheddar cheese topped with two eggs, jalapenos and sriracha sauce served with fries

The Best Burger Austin TX

The Best Burger Austin TX

The Best Burger Austin TX

 

Fletcher Davis of Athens, Texas claimed to have invented the hamburger. According to oral histories, in the 1880s, he opened a lunch counter in Athens and served a ‘burger’ of fried ground beef patties with mustard and Bermuda onion between two slices of bread; with a pickle on the side.[7] The claim is that in 1904, Davis and his wife Ciddy ran a sandwich stand at the St. Louis World’s Fair.[7] Historian Frank X. Tolbert, noted that Athen’s resident Clint Murchison said his grandfather dated the hamburger to the 1880s with ‘Old Dave’ a.k.a. Fletcher Davis.[15] A photo of “Old Dave’s Hamburger Stand” from the 1904 connection was sent to Tolbert as evidence of the claim.[15] Also the New York Tribune namelessly attributed the innovation of the hamburger to the stand on the pike.[7]

 

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