The 7 Best Burgers In Atlanta

The 7 Best Burgers In Atlanta

Whether you’re in the mood for a gourmet Wagyu burger on artisan bread or a classic smashed patty that’s a greasy yet delicious feast, Atlanta burgers are some of the best in all of Georgia. 

Eat your way around the city with our top picks of the juiciest burgers in town. You’ll be rolling home after these beauties…

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1. The General Muir 

The General Muir is a modern American restaurant inspired by classic New York Jewish deli, that takes burgers to a whole new level. Their truly perfect Burger Stack comes with American cheese, shaved onion, bread & butter pickles and golden fries and is hands down the best burger you’ll find in the entire state. Fact.

Best burgers Atlanta

2. Muss & Turner’s –  Smyrna 

Muss & Turner’s has gone from strength to strength in the past 15 years or so, with burgers so good you’d drive miles for one. They source local ingredients when available, use artisan bread and add cilantro mayo and poblano peppers to their signature burger for a punch of flavour.

Muss & Turner’s Hamburger

3. Ann’s Snack Bar 

Although Miss Ann Price of the legendary Ann’s Snack Bar has passed away, her famous Ghetto Burgers live on and the crowds keep on coming. The five-inch-tall double-patty masterpiece is a deliciously messy burger to eat. You can’t come to Atlanta and not pay a visit here.

Ann’s Snack Bar Hamburger in Atlanta


Whenever possible, Yeah! Burger prefers to source local ingredients and celebrate seasonal agriculture, so there’s regular burger specials. The cheese is organic and burgers come a perfect medium pink. Plus, their grass-fed beef is naturally lower in fat and cholesterol than conventional grain-fed beef. It’s a win-win.


5. Kevin Rathbun Steak

Atlanta’s most premium burger? If there’s one place that you know will do a great burger, it’s a steakhouse. This bad boy is a 12oz Prime Wagyu Ribeye Burger, with
Double Patties, Apple Wood Smoked Bacon and Tillamook Cheddar. Add a fried egg if you’re super hungry.

Kevin Rathbun Steak in Atlanta

6. One Eared Stag 

A beautifully baked brioche bun, double beef patties, pickles and oozing cheese are all it takes to make this burger a real showstopper. It’s only on the weekend brunch menu, but trust us – it’s worth getting out of bed for.

One Eared Stag Burgers

7. Grindhouse Burgers 

Style your own droolworthy burger in three steps at the Grindhouse. Choose from beef (a tender brisket and chuck blend), turkey or veggie, choose your size and add on any toppings you like. A potato bun finishes it all off perfectly.

Grindhouse Burgers  in Atlanta

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Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder and global head of content of Big 7 Travel, 26-year-old Sarah created the company through her passion for discovering the world's best food and travel experiences. Formerly based in Dublin, Ireland, she now travels the world sharing her finds with our readers - a community that loves travel just as much as we do.

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