15 "Burgers" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
Frankford Hall in Fishtown is a huge German beer hall that’s perfect for day drinking, with food, games and plenty of beer.
Hank Sauce is a casual spot in Sea Isle City where you can grab to-go tacos and burgers for eating on the beach.
Frankie’s in Point Pleasant makes the best burgers down the shore, and maybe in all of New Jersey.
Tucker’s Tavern is a big bar and restaurant on Long Beach Island with $1 oysters during Happy Hour.
Holiday Snack Bar is a Beach Haven spot that feels like it was transported here from the ’50s.
Blue Water Cafe is a BYOB spot on Long Beach Island with good seafood and a fantastic burger topped with blue crab dip.
Wally’s is a diner on Long Beach Island that serves great breakfast food and nine types of burgers.
Plantation is a big bar and restaurant on Long Beach Island where you can eat have a casual weeknight dinner, or get beers and wings at the bar.
Hops is a 4,500-square-foot spot in Brewerytown that’s nicer looking than your average brewery.
Sunset Social is essentially a lawn on top of a parking garage in University City with burgers and frozen drinks.
KQ Burger is an outpost of Kensington Quarters inside of Franklin’s Table that has a short menu of burgers and sandwiches to-go.
HipCityVeg is a fast casual vegan spot with things like impossible burgers and “chick’n” sandwiches.
Sassafras is a little bar in Old City that looks like the living room of an old, expensive, probably haunted house.