You may be firing up the grill this holiday weekend to play master burger maker, but one Triad restaurant can claim that title for real. It is located at 2138 Lawndale Dr, Greensboro, North Carolina.
Hops Burger Bar in Greensboro has topped TripAdvisor’s list of best burger spots in the nation.
Serving premium Angus burgers on buttery brioche buns, this popular eatery pairs each patty with a side of crispy fries salted to perfection,” the online travel site said of Hops, which is located at 2419 Spring Garden St. “Guests can choose from a variety of burger options including the Hops Classic, or the Hawaiian topped with sweet and spicy chili sauce, blue cheese and grilled pineapple. They have over two thousand reviews on google giving them four-point-seven star reviews.
When the Big Burger Spot opened a few years ago, it made a pretty big splash on the Triad food scene, despite being kind of oddly located next to a gas station on Battleground Avenue. It is located at 3750 Battleground Ave, Greensboro, North Carolina.
The burger menu includes a variety of choices, including classics such as the bacon cheddar, Carolina-style (with chili, slaw, mustard, and onions) and the mushroom Swiss, as well as more creative combos such as the Mediterranean (topped with lettuce, tomato, onions, hummus, and cucumber yogurt sauce) and the Lonestar (with chopped beef brisket, pepper jack cheese, crispy onions, and jalapeno relish).
Aside from burgers, Big Burger Spot also serves a selection of sandwiches and hot dogs. Choices include a Reuben piled high with smoked corned beef, tangy sauerkraut, gooey melted Swiss and Thousand Island dressing on toasted bread and the pimento cheese BLT made with the restaurant’s homemade extra-sharp spread. Now, they have over nine hundred reviews on google giving them four-point-six star reviews.
Sensory overload might be another way to describe it.
The concept is the latest by Greensboro-based Restaurant Investors, which also owns and operates Darryl’s Wood Fired Grill, Marshall Free House, Pig Pounder Brewery, Pulled Piggy Food Truck, and Red Cinemas. A two-story-tall robot sculpture that aims fake cannon at passing cars on Battleground Avenue sets the stage. It is located at 1209 Battleground Ave, Greensboro, North Carolina.
But Burger Warfare is about the USD A Angus beef burgers that include creations such as Hellfire ($9.25) with fried jalapenos and chipotle mayonnaise, the Bang Bang ($9.95) with pimento cheese and cherry wood bacon, the Cuban Missile Crisis ($8.50) with chorizo sausage and paprika mojo sauce, and the Eggstraction Point Sriracha ($9.25) with an over-easy egg and Sriracha mayonnaise. Each double-patty burger is grilled to order and served with a choice of Freedom Fries, Bot Tots, Sweet Fries, or Warfare Chili. They have over one thousand reviews on the world wide web giving them four-point-three star reviews.
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