PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh is known for putting fries on salads and sandwiches, but is it really known for hamburgers?
Channel 11 found out that plenty of Pittsburgh places pride themselves on the ideal burgh-er, so we compiled a list for you, in honor of National Cheeseburger Day on Sept. 18.
It’s all in the name for this joint in Pittsburgh’s Lawrenceville neighborhood.
Burgh’ers touts itself as chef-driven, offering burgers and beers that are focused on being local, ethical and sustainable.
You’ll have to wait to visit this staple on Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Known for their burgers and brews, the pub is reopening next week following a closure as a result of the pandemic.
If you want a true drive-through experience, look no further than this unique experience in Beaver County.
Jerry’s Curb Service brings the burger to you while you sit in your car!
If you’re looking for a killer burger, this place may be for you.
Candied jalapenos? Yes please!
‘BurgherBurger represents the “Yinzers” of the world, according to their website.
It’s fast casual, comfortable and in case you were wondering, the burgers are so good, they melt in your mouth.
This Fayette County institution has a special section on its menu for the Belly Buster Burgers.
Three simple options served with chips and of course, a pickle.
Not just offering regular hamburgers, this joint features 10 different burgh-er options.
Which one would you try?
Some unique toppings for your hamburger here, like truffled mushrooms and tomato bacon jam.
And don’t worry: if you like something more basic, they have that too!
Touting themselves as “the best burger in town” you’ll have to see for yourself what this Lawrence County restaurant offers when it comes to different kinds of hamburgers.
The best part? All patties are a half-pound.
This pub in Westmoreland County offers a variety of specialty burgers including a reuben burger, a southwest burger, and a chicken fried steak burger to name a few.
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