Ten Best Burgers in Palm Beach County
Buffalo burgers? Yes -- but only at Relish, where specialty meats abound. This cozy and quaint Northwood Village burger spot has the ultimate mix-and-match menu where you can choose from about a dozen types of meat. There's beef, turkey, tuna, mahi, shrimp, lamb, buffalo, and veal -- all of which are freshly ground or made in-house each day. Next, add any number of Relish's 20-plus gourmet toppings. There are relatively normal offerings, like lettuce slaw and drunken onions cooked in lager. And then there's the wacky stuff you would never have thought to put on a burger in a million years, like oven-roasted beets with fresh herbs or shaved asparagus with white wine and tarragon. But hey, if that's how you like to pimp your burger, go for it.
3. Chuck Burger Joint
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Palm Beach Gardens has a new burger spot with Chuck Burger Joint. Here, owner Michael Curcio believes the perfect burger is all about the experience. A Palm Beach County native, Curcio got his start in the business with the casual Mexican eateries known as PyroGrill, all the while crafting his dream for the perfect burger house. And Curcio is all about the chuck. This isn't a place that complicates with too many toppings and add-ons. Just a flattop, some high-quality meat, and a bun that can handle it all without taking center stage. The only thing that stands out aside from the meat is the "special" sauce, one that is said to be ten years in the making. You'll want to try the Chuck Burger, made with hormone- and antibiotic-free meat from Creekstone Farms and ground by the local Bush Brothers butchers. There's also a Greenburg for the meat-free kind, topped with cheese and veggies.
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