Best bets for Le Burger Week in Toronto

Le Burger Week takes over Toronto every year, with restaurants, pubs and burger joints across the city competing against each other to create the ultimate signature burger. The best part of this burger battle is the taste test, conducted by you! Try as many burgers as you can, then vote to crown the burger king (or queen). [Photo: Farmhouse Country Burger at the Kennedy Public House by Louise Yu]

Mr. Flamingo

1
1265 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1X6

Mr. Flamingo is offering the ultimate veggie burger for Le Burger Week! Served between a house baked focaccia bun, The Auberge Dream burger is a crispy veggie patty made with roasted eggplant and goat cheese. The burger is topped with house Sugo sauce, melty mozzarella, alfafa sprouts and pickled poblano peppers.

Richmond Station

2
1 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON M5H 3W4

Richmond Station is serving its famous Station Burger all week long. The burger is grilled to perfection and served on a milk bun. Topped with lettuce, beat chutney and aged cheddar, it’s served with a side of house rosemary fries.

School Toronto

3
70 Fraser Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 3E1

SCHOOL is known throughout the city for its brunch menu, but during Le Burger Week people will be flocking to the Liberty Village eatery for the burger! The bacon and cheddar burger is topped with savoury tomato jam, garlic pickles, roasted kale and Sriracha mayo.

Ramona's Kitchen

4
7355 Bayview Ave, ON L3T 5Z2

It’s a Bacon Brie Burger on the menu at Ramona’s Kitchen. The Le Burger Week burger is a six-ounce patty with bacon and brie stuffed inside. It is completed with the classic toppings of tomato and spinach with a drizzle of the house sauce.

The Kennedy Public House

5
2199 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6S 1N2

Le Burger Week is always a celebration at The Kennedy, and what better place to grab a burger than one of the top pubs in Toronto? The Farmhouse Country Burger is a ground veal patty topped with beer battered onion rings, aged white cheddar and a bourbon barbecue sauce that’s made in-house! It’s served with a choice of fries or salad, and you can add a 20-ounce pint of Budweiser.

The Yellow Griffin

6
2202 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6S 1N4

The other pub on this list isn’t messing around with its featured burger either. The Calypso Burger is Caribbean meets American classic, a blend of salty and sweet. The eight-ounce patty is topped with bacon, avocado, mango and cheddar!

The Citizen

7
522 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1L7

The Citizen is keeping it simple with its burger this year, and keeping the focus on the quality of the beef patty. The Citizen Cheeseburger is made up of seven-ounce house ground dry aged beef striploin with secret sauce and American cheese.

Chimac Restaurant Ltd

8
500 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2B3

Le Burger Week offers up all kinds of burgers, including chicken! And who else would be making an amazing chicken burger than Chimac Pub & Fried Chicken? The perfectly grilled chicken patties are topped with olives, eggplant, cabbage, fried onion and mushrooms. Everything is finished with three house-made sauces – balsamic, alfredo and blueberry jam.

Harry's Dive Bar

9
160 Springhurst Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 1C2

It’s red and green at Harry’s Charboil all week long! The Red-Green Burger features chorizo patties, with charred pineapple and crispy Oaxaca cheese and topped with pickled jalapeno mayo. It is served with a side of fries.

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