The 7 Best Austin burgers

The 7 Best Burgers In Austin

This city has a bustling and diverse foodie scene, from casual eats to high end restaurants, but our first stop here is always a feast on the best Austin burgers.

From huge, stuffed burgers that you’ll struggle to get into your mouth to the more manageable cheeseburgers, we have all bases covered. Texas is known for its juicy meats and big portions, so you won’t be let down.

So get planning, bring along a couple of buddies and a serious appetite and start working your way through these seven great Austin burgers.

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1. Pool Burger

Order your burgers from an airstream and sit outside while drinking tiki-themed drinks on one of the nicest terraces in the city. Everything about this place oozes cool, but the burgers are the star of the show.

Pool Burger in Austin

2. Jewboy Burger’s

This Jewish-Tex-Mex food truck serves us delicious burgers. The onions are grilled onto the beef patties and topped with hatch green chiles, grilled pastrami, and latkes. Yum!

3. Casino El Camino 

There’s so many things to love about this 6th street joint. It has an epic juke box, the drinks are cold and plentiful, the crowd don’t take themselves too seriously and the kitchen is open until 1am. The burgers are absolutely massive btw, so bring an appetite.

Austin burgers

4. Top Notch Hamburgers 

A proper old school burger joint with none of the pomp and fuss that some bigger restaurants have. Quick service, great burgers and fries that are to die for. If you could eat a burger every single day you’d probably choose to have it here.

Top Notch Hamburgers  in Austin

5. Hopfields

This casual yet classy spot marries two of the tastiest things – French food and craft beer – to make one great restaurant. Their Pascal burger comes with camembert, cornichons, whole grain mustard and caramelised onions on brioche bun.

Hopfields Burgers

6. Holy Roller

Holy Roller is a punk rock diner that has an eclectic mishmash menu of nostalgic brunch-centric fare. Their Bombshell burger is a delicious beast: it’s topped with ham, American cheese, hash browns, house-made ketchup, and a fried egg.

Holy Roller Hamburger in Austin

7. Hopdoddy

A chain that simply doesn’t feel like a chain because of the amount of love that goes into everything (they hand bake the buns, for example). Their service is top class and the toppings original and unique.

Hopdoddy Hamburger

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Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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[…] Austin has no shortage of amazing places to get your coffee fix, but there’s something satisfying about seeking out the best place. The coffee shop that you would walk an extra 10 minutes out of your every morning just because you love their cold press. […]

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Better get to Hut’s before October. Their original location is closing. The one at the airport will remain open.