The 2022 Burger Issue: Over The Top Burgers

These burger creations will excite the mind and the mouth!



1640 Buena Vista Dr., Orlando, FL 32830

Before Disney Springs, there was Downtown Disney, Downtown Disney Westside, and Pleasure Island. And sitting in the middle of this entertainment mecca was Raglan Road. Nearly twenty years later, Raglan Road continues to bring Irish hospitality and a bit of blarney to Disney Springs. The restaurant’s interior was built in Dublin by Irish craftspeople using Irish materials and is filled with Irish furniture, fittings, antiques, and art. It’s also filled with Irish chefs, barmen, servers, musicians, dancers, bands, food, drink, stories, banter, song, and laughter. And you’ll be filled to the brim with sheer happiness when you bite into their OMG Burger. This dry-aged prime short rib and brisket beef burger is piled high with Irish bacon, Dubliner Irish cheddar, crispy potato straws, and Jameson Irish whiskey BBQ sauce. You’ll have a good craic at Raglan Road with a juicy burger and plenty of beers on tap.



Multiple locations in Orlando, Edgewood, and Lake Mary

Beth’s Burger Bar is so much more than a tongue-twisting tousle in the world of burgers. It’s a culmination of owner Beth Steele’s vision to satisfy the child inside each of us … with delicious, highly customizable build-a-burgers. With multiple Central Florida locations, Beth’s offers an extensive Create Your Own burger menu, ten signature burgers, and the Double D Challenge; a 4-patty burger, eight slices of bacon, five slices of cheese, grilled onions and mushrooms, pickles, lettuce, jalapenos, tomatoes, ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise. The challenge? Finish it in 10 minutes and win a FREE “DD Challenge” t-shirt. Are you up for the challenge, Orlando?



1640 Buena Vista Dr., Orlando, FL 32830

Next door to Raglan Road is Cookes of Dublin, offering quick counter-service options with the same Irish flare. Three burgers are offered at Cookes. The BBQ Dream Burger features Jameson Irish whiskey and onion rings, while the Dubliner Burger is paired with house-made ketchup, garlic mayonnaise, and mixed greens. But for an over-the-top experience, try the Cookes Classic Battered Burger. This hand-battered (take that idea in for a moment) sirloin burger is served with garlic mayonnaise, Cookes gourmet ketchup, and mixed greens. It’s an experience for your tastebuds and tummy.



Multiple locations in Orlando and Maitland

Do you like to break societal norms? Teak Neighborhood Grill is offering you that chance with their Teak Cronie Burger. This burger pulls all the punches; a half-pound Angus burger topped with maple-pepper bacon, smoked Gouda cheese, an over-medium egg, sandwiched between a French doughnut tossed with cinnamon sugar. If you’re looking for burger variety, look no further; Teak offers 37 signature, handcrafted burgers, 19 of which are located on a super-secret menu. Teak boasts two locations in Central Florida, MetroWest, and Maitland, near the City Center.



Church Street Station, 110 W Church St., Orlando, FL 32801

Drag shows and trivia nights? Check. Fun times for all? Check. Good food and large portions? Check. Hamburger Mary’s on Church Street checks all those boxes and more. They offer several amazing hamburgers, satisfying your burger cravings, but the service will make you come back for seconds and maybe thirds! Be a little extra, and order The Hot Mess Burger, a fresh, 100% all-beef burger made-to-order, topped with ancho chipotle sauce, spicy cream cheese, pepper jack cheese, and jalapenos with flaming hot crispy cheese puffs. Pro Tip: get a side of the tatas!

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