When you want to get down to basics, feast on one of these top-quality burgers in the Twin Cities. Here are 5 of our favorite places to go when we’re craving a burger with fries.
Manny’s like to call themselves a local landmark and a national destination. Zagat calls them one of the top ten steakhouses in the country. The Manny’s burger is on the menu for lunch and dinner in the dining room or at the bar. Enjoy it on its own or add on cheese or Nueske’s bacon. It’s a big half pound of their own charbroiled heritage beef served with skin on hand-cut fries. (Minneapolis)
For a donut burger that’s both Instagrammable and delicious, head to Copper Cow. This former Dairy Queen location still has its drive through the window if you want your burger to go. The donut burger comes on a sour cream donut bun, but there are several other varieties if you’re partial to a milk and honey bun. They’re all house-made, and you can wash them down with one of Copper Cow’s alcoholic shakes. (Minnetonka)
Do you put your burgers on a pedestal? So does Chef Jamie Malone. The Eastside burger is served on a glass stand, and you can pair it with their garlic fries. Plus, this new American cuisine restaurant just steps away from the Guthrie Theatre, so leave your car with the valet instead of worrying about finding a parking space. (Minneapolis)
Craving a burger in black truffle sauce? It’s worth a short drive to Wayzata for the Bellecour burger. While you’re there, be sure to sample the baked goods at this charming French bistro. (Wayzata)
What do you expect from a $3.50 cheeseburger? If it’s Monday night at the Groveland Tap, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. The burgers and fries are local favorites, and you can save money on the beer specials too. (St. Paul)Taking care of your household appliances is another basic you don’t want to forget. Contact us at Twin Cities Appliance for factory-trained, in-home service professionals offering the highest quality service.