Everything is bigger in Texas—including our burgers! This season, treat yourself to an epic big time with one of these behemoth Texas-sized burgers! Piled high and stacked with toppings, each is worth crossing state lines for … so try one of our top picks and make it a trip to remember!
Freiheit Country Store – Freiheit Extreme
Bring a hearty appetite to the legendary Freiheit Country Store in New Braunfels. If you truly have a Texas-sized hunger, go BIG with the famous Freiheit Extreme Burger—a half-pound burger loaded with crispy bacon, melty cheese, mushrooms, and grilled onions. It’s so good, a man has eaten one every Saturday for over 300 weeks!
BuffBurger – Buff Classic
We believe the best burgers are made from the best ingredients. The quality of the beef, sauces, and even the cheese makes a huge difference. At BuffBurger in Houston, they like to make everything in-house, from their mayo, pickles, and BBQ sauce to their jalapeño ketchup. They also believe good beef needs only salt and pepper to satisfy those burger cravings!
LSA Burger Co. – Chili Willie
Grab your family and head up to the sprawling rooftop patio at LSA Burger Co. in the heart of historic downtown Denton. It’s all about “Lone Star Attitude” here, from the live music to the towering tributes to Texas musicians to their Texas-sized burgers. With creative names like the Chili Willie, a burger piled with Texas chili, cheddar, onions, serrano peppers, and house sauce, you know you’ll have a rockin’ meal.
Cheesy Jane’s – Southwest Burger
Spice things up with a giant bite of nostalgia at Cheesy Jane’s, a 1950s-style burger joint grilling up monstrous half-pound burgers. The whopping Southwest Burger is piled between a cheddar jalapeño bun with green chiles, pepper jack cheese, and their South of the Border mayo. Don’t forget to wash it all down with one of the 30 hand-spun shakes.
Hat Creek Burger Company – The Fredericksburger
The owner of Hat Creek Burger in Austin, Drew Gressett, will tell you that the formula for the perfect burger is simple ingredients and a whole lot of LOVE! The former UT basketball player and devoted dad, started his business in an Airstream trailer and turned it into one of the most popular burger joints in Austin. You’ll go head over heels for Hat Creek’s Fredericksburger, which is slathered with the beloved “Happy Sauce” (a secret recipe from Drew’s mother-in-law), gooey American cheese, and the crunchy house-made sauerkraut.