On the lookout for the best burgers in Halifax? From overflowing stacks to simple cheeseburgers, we’ve got you covered for a great feast.
Given the range of amazing produce on offer – coupled with world class chefs – it’s hardly surprising that the standard of Canadian burgers is off the charts. Halifax is no different.
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2 Doors Down opened in 2013 and has been getting rave reviews ever since. The menu is extensive with lots of great options but you’d be foolish to ignore their burger. Wash it down with one of their superb cocktails and it’s just a spot that ticks all the boxes.
Known for their unusual but delicious Peanut Butter burger, this place is a classic. Not feeling like pigging out? Darrell’s also has wide variety of healthy options for those who desire a healthy choice, including a gluten free bun option when ordering one of their famous burgers.
Want 100% pure beef burgers, completely filler-free, that sizzle on the grill and melt in your mouth? Come to Krave Burger and you’ll never leave feeling let down. Burgers use Atlantic Beef and come sandwiched between a butter-toasted homemade bun.
Cheese Curds is famous not only for their succulent burgers but also their authentic Québécois-style poutine. Their Legendary CC Porker is a challenge for even the hungriest of folk: two juicy beef patties, cheese curds, bacon and topped with a fried onion ring. Easily one of the best burgers in Halifax.b
You’ll have to cross the harbour to Dartmouth to eat at The Canteen on Portland, but we promise you it’s worth it. Their menu is influenced by classic French, Italian and traditional Nova Scotian cuisine. Must order? Their signature Canteen burger with melted havarti, special sauce, lettuce, pickles, frizzled onions on a sesame bun.
Lot Six is a stylish bar and restaurant on Argyle Street that serves up great cocktails and irresistible food. The menu is packed with tasty goodies, but the burger is a real highlight. It’s a gourmet feast of mushroom duxelles, stout caramelised onion, spinach, Swiss cheese and hot dijon aioli on a sesame bun.
This upscale restaurant at the Westin hotel is right next door to the Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market. They use locally sourced ingredients for their menus, with the end result being a quality burger. It’s nice and juicy, and comes with bacon, Gouda cheese and garlic aioli.