National Hamburger Day

It’s been said the hamburger was created by Danish immigrant Louis Lassen in 1900 at his restaurant Louie’s Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut. 124 years later we still hold the comfort food favorite in high regard and have named May as “National Hamburger Month”. To top that next Tuesday, May 28th is National Hamburger Day or to some National Burger Day and several valley restaurants have a variety of burgers, toppings and more for you to choose from for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Over Easy Breakfast Burger (pictured)– Sometimes you want a cheeseburger for breakfast! At Over Easy, lunch becomes breakfast with this cheeseburger stacked high with a six oz beef patty, an over easy egg, arugula, tomato, cheddar, American cheese, and crispy onions on a toasted brioche bun. Served with a side of sweet tots to complete your brunch experience!

Hash Kitchen Croissant Burger – A breakfast sandwich like you have never seen before! This smash burger features caramelized onions, smoked bacon, American cheese topped with a fried egg, hashbrown and hollandaise sauce between a croissant bun! This savory dish is a fun play on the breakfast favorite – Eggs Benedict!

Eat Up Drive In Wood Grilled Cheeseburger – Known for high-quality home-cooked style meals this Arcadia restaurant has perfected their Wood Grilled Cheeseburger by sticking to burger classics. Topped with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, and Awesome Sauce on a potato bun. Customers can make it a double and even substitute a gluten-free bun.

The Rosticceria Caprese Burger – The newest concept from restaurant mastermind, Chef Joey, has put a fun Italian twist on a classic American dish. The Caprese Burger is loaded with heirloom tomatoes, Stracciatella cheese, Balsamic glaze, and fresh basil, all on a ½ lb. burger patty.

18 Degrees Maple Bacon Cheeseburger – This dish is prepared using a 7oz Creekstone burger patty cooked to the guests’ liking, with crispy seared maple glazed bacon and a fried egg for a savory addition and epic yolk-breaking moment. This rich and indulgent burger is topped with a golden-brown, deep-fried onion ring and melted cheddar cheese between a fluffy and sweet challah bun.

 The Montauk House Burger – Transport to the coast and have a burger while you’re at it! The House Burger at The Montauk is made with Creekstone beef, green leaf lettuce, tomato, onion, sharp cheddar, house-made pickles, ketchup and mustard.

Pita Jungle Kafta Burger –A Mediterranean twist on an American classic, the Kafta Burger at Pita Jungle is hand-formed with pomegranate molasses and mixed with minced parsley, jalapenos, onions, baby arugula, hothouse tomato, sliced red onion and sumac. To finish this burger Pita Jungle style, it’s topped with a house-made chipotle hummus.

ATL Wings- Chicken Burger- Get a free non-breaded chicken burger with the purchase of a combo meal all day long.

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