On lookout for the best burgers in Pittsburgh? From overflowing stacks to simple cheeseburgers, we’ve got you covered.
Given the range of amazing produce on offer – coupled with world class chefs – it’s hardly surprising that the standard of Pennsylvania burgers is off the charts. Christchurch is no different.
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Best burgers in Pittsburgh
They don’t serve frozen processed stuff here, working instead with local dairies, growers, butchers and bakers who care as much as they do about doing things right. The burgers and the shakes are thick, tasty and delicious.
Not only do they have stunning beef burgers but also a huge range of homemade pierogies and sausages, cheeses and lots of creative pickles. The perfect place to come with friends and linger over a couple of cocktails or burgers after your burger.
Now with five locations and a food truck, BRGR have a loyal group of super fans who adore their burgers and shakes. Huge portions here, so you’ll want to come with a serious appetite.
Winghart’s put huge work into not only sourcing the very best ingredients but also assembling them with love and passion. You only have to read the lengths they go to in order to understand their absolute love of the art of making a burger. A place for true burger lovers.
This old school saloon has a wood-decked bar & an eclectic menu, including six signature burgers that are out-of-this-world. Burgers are huge – stacked high with toppings such as brisket, onion straws or kimchi.
Station is a stylish eatery in the heart of Bloomfield. Their signature burger is a droolworthy 6-ounce patty (a juicy mix of chuck, brisket, and short rib), topped with red onion jam, a crispy buttermilk onion ring, and creamy asiago cheese fondue.
Keep an eye on this amazing food truck’s social media account to see where they’ll be popping up next. The burgers here are creative and seriously tasty. Be sure to order the In-N-Aht burger: it’s two massive beef patties in a butter bun with melted American cheese, onion jam, lettuce, tomato, pickles, and PGH’s homemade “Animal Sauce”.