When I first saw the commercial for the Papa John's Double Cheeseburger Pizza ($12), I wasn't sure what to think. The first thing you see is John Schnatter himself (he loves being in his commercials) flipping a magical burger patty on a grill, turning it into a pizza that he proudly serves up on the counter to a very, very excited crowd of patrons. And as a good consumer and devoted serious eater, my insatiable curiosity about this pizza-burger mashup got the best of me. I set out to give it a test drive.
Over 40 local restaurants will serve a featured burger for $5 during the first annual CityBeat San Diego Burger Week (March 7-16). Check out my top six picks for where to go.
This stylish new spot in downtown San Diego serves an awesome upscale burger that's totally worth the investment.
Ink & Elm is pretty up front about wanting to be both "casual" and "comfort-driven," yet "refined" and a "destination." That can be a tough twofer to pull off under one roof. So it's not surprising that Ink & Elm's signature burger has a little Jekyll-and-Hyde thing going on, too.
This new burger from McDonald's is the first sandwich that includes "special sauce" since the Big Mac.
In this edition of "Grilled", Joshua Spiegelman and Lynn Gorfinkle of Roam Artisan Burgers in San Francisco talk about their burger preferences, share some burger-making tips, and more.
Are you a fan of stuffed patties, or would you rather have all of that good stuff on top or below the meat? Have your say in this week's poll.
Attention In-N-Out fans: a 100-square foot replica of the very first In-N-Out burger stand recently opened in Baldwin Park, CA.
Steak 'n Shake's new Pepperoni Pizza Steakburger is the most promising burger/pizza hybrid we've seen in recent history.
Atomic Burger arrived on the local fast food scene late last year with the promise of freshly made and unprocessed drive-thru food. We found some beautifully griddle-charred burgers and a couple of other welcome surprises.
Not that you'd go to Emmett's for a burger, but we tried it so we'll tell you how it is.
Turns out that if you can suffer a non-subterranean lunch, Billy Goat III on Wells Street has you covered in the french fried potato department.
If you think the modern-day Ronald McDonald is creepy, feast your eyes on the circa-1963 Ronald, portrayed by Willard Scott, who later became the weatherman for The Today Show.
Michael Symon proved he's a force to be reckoned with at the 2014 South Beach Wine and Food Festival Burger Bash with his fourth People's Choice Award win. Shake Shack nabbed the Judges' Award.
On Tuesday nights, Sprecher's offers a burger deal were you can get a burger and any of their beers or sodas for just $8. There's an extra $2 charge for some of the more massive burgs, but that's hardly a sticking point when it comes to these big, bold beauties.
Have you visited a celebrity-owned burger restaurant? Would you go back, or was the experience a let-down? Chime in with your thoughts in this week's Open Thread.
This time on "Grilled", we're talking burgers with J. Dean Loring, CEO & Co-Founder of Burger Lounge, a fast-causal chain with a dozen locations (eight in San Diego, four in LA).
Yep, you read that right. This new burger from the Food Drunk truck in New Orleans has a King Cake-inspired bun.
A new pub recently opened in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, and while the burgers are affordable, they're nothing special.