Get a tasty chargrilled burger with chips and a drink for a mere $5 during lunch at this new casual spot in Hillcrest.
Burgers loaded up with julienned beets, Edam cheese, pineapple, a fried egg, aioli, and tomato chutney can be yours at Queenstown Public House in Little Italy.
The cheeseburger at this pool-side bar and restaurant in downtown San Diego won't change your life, but the view just might.
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.
A new pub recently opened in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, and while the burgers are affordable, they're nothing special.
Seafood-centric restaurants that put special effort into serving a better than average burger have a special place in my fish-averse heart. Spike Africa's is one of those places.
Salt & Cleaver's ribeye sausage burger is intense, unusual, and damn delicious.
This sandwich, described as "a classic BLT with a burger kicker," comes stacked with six slices of bacon under a half-pound patty.
The Hache Burger, a Monday-only special at Cafe Chloe, deserves to be at the top of your to-eat list.
This downtown San Diego sports bar is always packed during Padre season and Chargers games, but I've always wondered if that's because of the beer and big screens or the burgers.
Burgers finally got their due at this San Diego Bay Wine and Food Festival event, which showcased 15 different burgers from restaurants and catering companies.
Getting a double cheeseburger, fries, and a can of pop for just over $6 (after tax) is worth celebrating, even if the patties are cooked from frozen.
House-made elements like ale-aioli and a barley-beer bun make this classic cheeseburger from Barleymash a stand-out.
In my 3+ years of service as a correspondent for A Hamburger Today, I've sampled over 150 different burgers. Here are my top ten favorites (in no particular order) in San Diego.
Subtle, cheffy tweaks, careful execution, and outstanding duck fat fries absolutely justify this burger's premium price.
In San Diego, ramen shop RakiRaki has created their own California-influenced take on the ramen burger.
Awesome views of waves, surfers, and the sunset are side benefits to visiting Wonderland. There are also solid burgers and killer sweet potato waffle fries to be had here.
Come for the giant meatballs, smashed on the griddle and topped with cheese, bacon, and veggies, and stay for the sides, like fries with malt vinegar aioli and deep-fried pizza knots stuffed with melted mozzarella.
Southpaw Social Club serves up a totally serviceable bacon cheeseburger, but the real star is the spicy black bean veggie burger served with an even spicier habanero pickle.