Whether you like your burger as song says, “with lettuce and tomato, Heinz 57 and french fried potatoes, big kosher pickle and a cold draught beer” or maybe a slightly different way, you’ve come to the right place.
So which way do you steer?
Rita’s “The Rita”
Rita’s has a great menu and a fun vibe; it’s a must-go spot. This burger is unbelievable. Come hungry, because this is a serious culinary experience. Smoked angus beef brisket, black angus beef pattie, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, red onion, and au jus make this burger unforgettable. If the “Rita” intimidates you, there are a few equally delicious, less intimidating options!
Lost Dog Café “Bacon Cheddar Jack Burger”
The Lost Dog Café is open for breakfast and lunch and has a fun, eclectic feel. The Bacon Cheddar Jack Burger is really good on its own (incredibly juicy), but if you want something unusual and delicious, add the Colorado pork green chile to spice things up. Enjoy one on a Mimosa Monday—Mason jar mimosas are just $3 all day!
Bohemian Bull “Truffle Burger”
The Bohemian Bull has an exhaustive gourmet burger selection, and every single one is delectable. The Truffle Burger, however, is a real treat. Decked out with truffle mayo, fried onion ring, grilled baby portabellas, and smoked gouda, it’s a true top-shelf pick. It’s over the top delicious and begs to be paired with one of the many craft beers offered.
Pier 101– “Royale With Cheese”
This restaurant is right on the pier—the views and atmosphere are amazing. This is the perfect place to hit when you need a beach break or to wrap up a long day in the sun. The Royale With Cheese is a classic ½ pound burger with your choice of cheese on a brioche bun, and it hits the spot every time.
The Washout– “Washout Burger”
The Washout is a fun, laid back spot in the heart of Folly’s beach town. The “Washout Burger” is a classic burger, seared on the outside and juicy on the inside. Wash one down with daily drink specials and a happy hour from 4-7.