Best Five Burgers in Cleveland
Everyone loves a good burger and we’ve searched all of Cleveland for the best five burgers in town. Whether you live on the West side or the East side, we’ve found a restaurant for you that will deliver a tasty, satisfying burger that you will enjoy!
Whitey’s Booze n’ Burger
3600 Brecksville Road
Richfield, Ohio 44286
Whitey’s has been serving Ohio’s best chili and burgers since 1953. It is a comfortable place that keeps people coming back. The restaurant, in business since 1953, offers 10 different specialty burgers, including the “The Dagwood” (onions, mushrooms, mayo, cheese), “The Chili Burger” (Whitey’s homemade chili and Monterrey Jack cheese), and “The Czar” (Roquefort dressing, Swiss cheese, onions, and mushrooms) or you can make your own burger.
2927 Bridge St.
Cleveland, OH 44113
This comfortable Ohio City eatery, housed in a restored 19th century brick townhouse, has been in business since the early 1970s. Among the specialty burgers are the au poivre (peppercorns and sour cream) burger, the Roque burger (with bleu cheese dressing and bacon) and the Basque burger (onions, peppers, mushrooms, and Havarti cheese). Heck’s serves excellent burgers with hand-cut french fries.
19985 Lake Road
Rocky River, Ohio 44116
A place for great burgers, fries, and atmosphere. There is a train that circles above the seating area of this restaurant that adds to the ambiance of a family style place to eat. They offer huge, juicy burgers that are hard to find. Try their famous burger with peanut butter. The restaurant also offers tasty side dishes and malted shakes.
13220 Shaker Square
Cleveland, OH 44120
This stylish restaurant on Shaker Square offers a contemporary cuisine. Fire offers many good dishes, but if the burger is what you are looking for, you will find their angus burger is bar none. Served with tomato, lettuce, red onion, cheddar, and mustard aioli, the burger comes with a serving of garlic-herb fries.
3355 Richmond Rd # 150
Cleveland, OH 44122
Hidden in a cookie-cutter business district, Moxie isn’t a place you can just stumble upon. Those who know this extremely popular lunch and dinner spot in Beachwood, where sprawling suburbia meets white-collar, know its well worth a trip off the beaten path. The Moxie burger pairs Angus beef with Adams Reserve cheddar, mesclun, Nueske bacon, tomato and onion. Moxie blends a great atmosphere with great food.