Top 5 Burger Joints in Beaumont
Southeast Texas is an area known for its meat and the burger business here is booming! This is the place to find a good burger! We’ve found when it comes to burger joints, every place claims to have the best. Why don’t you judge for yourself? From pineapple teriyaki to a fried egg special or even toppings like peanut butter, the burger game here is strong. Put on your stretchy pants and check out these Top 5 burger joints in Beaumont (in no particular order).
1. Willy Burger
5355 Calder Ave
Beaumont, TX 77706
“It’s Willy, Willy good” is the saying out front. Have you ever met Uncle Charlie? Well, at Willy Burger Uncle Charlie is an out of this world burger with 3 strips of bacon, onion rings topped with BBQ sauce and cheese. For the Cajun side of Southeast Texas: they serve the “Booty Burger” which is topped with Boudain, melted cheddar cheese, creole mustard, lettuce and tomato. Willy’s is not afraid to push the envelope on creativity of a burger. Other burger choices include: the soft shell crab burger, Tuna steak burger and the Kung Fu burger. They make a mean malt, coke floats and even fried funnel cakes topped with powdered sugar. Willy Burger is all about the atmosphere with seating inside a refurbished 1971 Airstream trailer! Willy Burger prides itself on fresh hamburgers. Meat is ground fresh daily, never frozen or pre-ground.
4230 Calder Ave
Beaumont, TX 77706
Daddio’s is the place to get a unique burger! They have ingredients like goat cheese, pineapple teriyaki, green chile and roasted Anaheim chilies. You can’t go wrong with a classic burger like bacon cheddar, mushroom Swiss, blue bacon or hickory bbq. The fries are hand cut and toasted to perfection. Daddio’s also makes Parmesan truffle fries and cheddar fries with homemade ranch. They use Nolan Ryan beef that is hormone free and never frozen.
3. Hamburger Depot
The Hamburger Depot proudly started in Jasper as a tiny hole-in-the-wall shack that served burgers, fries and a few other items. People would drive from all over Southeast Texas to try a juicy 1/2 lb. burger with all the fixings. In 2006, Hamburger Depot started expanding to other locations around town. The Depot Double Burger, Cheese Burger or Sissy Burger comes on bread choices like wheat, rye and good ole’ Texas toast. Tasty toppings include bacon, chili, jalapeno, mushrooms and onions. For sides, they’ve got seasoned curly fries, sweet potato fries and fried okra to name a few. Other Southeast Texas locations include: Nederland, Lumberton & Bridge City.
3925 Dowlen Road
Beaumont, TX 77706
If you are from Beaumont, you have probably had a Novrozsky’s burger. The first “Novo” burger was served up in Beaumont back in 1982 and the company has expanded from there to an additional six locations around Southeast Texas. Customers love the burger choices which include peanut butter, fried egg and the favorite cheddar bacon. Ever heard of an Akaushi Burger? It’s an extremely rare and healthy form of cattle brought to the US from Japan in 1994. They are raised in Yoakum, Texas and guarded by Texas Rangers. The 100% pure Akaushi beef is 2-3 grades higher than prime beef and said to be extremely healthy. Order at the counter for quick service. Other Southeast Texas locations include: Nederland, Orange, Vidor, Lumberton, Silsbee & Jasper.
350 Pine Street (in Edison Plaza)
Beaumont, TX 77701
Green Light Kitchen is nestled in Edison Plaza and is known for fresh food with thoughtful combinations of menu items. The staff uses all local ingredients when possible. The Green Light burger is an all beef patty with cheese broiled to perfection on top and it’s served with a sweet roll bun. It comes with a side of Truffle oil french fries that are crispy with a touch of sweetness. Green Light also has a black bean burger patty if you are going the veggie route. Other menu favorites include: lobster mac and cheese, strawberry goat cheese salad and bison meatballs.
We also hear Amelia Farm and Market has the Springfield Ranch Burger with their own grass fed meat. In nearby Orange, Burger Town serves up the Big Bopper Burger - one pound of ground chuck with bacon, cheese and all the fixings. Let us know where else you can find a good burger in Southeast Texas!