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The 10 Best Burger Havens in Broward County

A bun and a patty are only the beginning.

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As it turns out, in Broward County, there is so much more that goes between a hamburger bun than a simple patty. Depending on the spot, it can include pastrami, candied bacon, jam, a volcano sauce, hash browns, and more.

Amid the flair, some classic spots are serving up sizzling offers that are perfect without the bedazzling, too. When a burger hankering calls, these are the 10 spots to hit.

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Charm City Burger Company

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Thanks to this Baltimore-inspired, casual spot, Deerfield Beach is on the burger map. A propriety 1/3-pound patty is at the core of each burger, be it the Volcano topped with pickled jalapenos, a fiery sauce, and pepperjack cheese or the Big Sloppy, a brunch-esque offering with hashbrowns, a fried egg, bacon, and more.

Tucker Duke's

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Crafty dishes abound at this Deerfield Beach spot spanning buffalo chicken egg rolls, fried pickles, and nacho tot. The undisputed heavyweight champion on its menu, though, is the Tucker Duke Burger, with a half-pound patty, American cheese, and a tower of onion rings.

BurgerFi

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Sure, BurgerFi is a massive operation with approximately 100 locations nationwide. But, fun fact: The very first BurgerFi opened in 2011 in our very own Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, where A1A meets Commercial Boulevard. The spot still stands where burger creations like the CEO – concocted with a wagyu blend, bacon-tomato jam, and more – taste that much more special.

Jack's Old Fashion Hamburger

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1970s nostalgia abounds at both Jack’s locations in Broward – in Oakland Park and Pompano Beach. For 50-plus years, this local success story has kept it simple with lean beef-based patties, lightly salted fries, and classic root beer floats to carry it home. Yes, you can crank a jukebox here to add that much more to the ambiance.

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Odds are that you’ve seen this spot’s oozing burgers on the ‘gram, resembling mammoth, multi-patty beasts that you’d find on Man vs. Food. An example: The Copperpoint Beer Cheese Triple Burger with three, four-ounce patties, candied bacon, and a lager-infused cheese. This and others taste just as good as they look.

Emmy Squared Pizza: Fort Lauderdale

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Newcomer Emmy Squared, known for its Detroit-style pizzas, also offers an award-winning burger. The Le Big Matt served on a pretzel bun with American cheese, special Sammy sauce, greens, and pickles, ranks among the city’s top burgers.

B Square Burgers

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When you need a reprieve from the bougie tacos and Italian spots aplenty on Las Olas Boulevard, B Square is a savior. With an open-air patio and plenty of TVs come Fins’ season, its burgers are equally as action-packed, like the Big Daddy heaping with hot pastrami, melted cheddar, and a zesty sauce.

Gilbert's 17th Street Grill

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Goat cheese, cajun-inspired, and hot sauce-loaded burgers, oh my. This 17th Street, family-owned and family-vibed mainstay is far from boring on the burger front. Save room for its homemade key lime pie – it’s worth the room and is a pucker-inducing delight.

With Intracoastal vistas, a gas-station-gone-grill ambiance, and an iconic 13-ounce burger known the region over, count on a line at this Hollywood mainstay. Pair its original burger with lettuce, tomato, and onion with its thick-cut steak fries, and never leave hungry.

North South Grill

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Sure, it’s a restaurant that’s tucked in a tan shopping mall. That’s where the blandness ends at this colorful joint. Its sizzling smash burgers – spanning ¼-pound to ¾ pound with a spectrum of toppings – draw folks from all corners of Broward well beyond. 

Charm City Burger Company

Thanks to this Baltimore-inspired, casual spot, Deerfield Beach is on the burger map. A propriety 1/3-pound patty is at the core of each burger, be it the Volcano topped with pickled jalapenos, a fiery sauce, and pepperjack cheese or the Big Sloppy, a brunch-esque offering with hashbrowns, a fried egg, bacon, and more.

Tucker Duke's

Crafty dishes abound at this Deerfield Beach spot spanning buffalo chicken egg rolls, fried pickles, and nacho tot. The undisputed heavyweight champion on its menu, though, is the Tucker Duke Burger, with a half-pound patty, American cheese, and a tower of onion rings.

BurgerFi

Sure, BurgerFi is a massive operation with approximately 100 locations nationwide. But, fun fact: The very first BurgerFi opened in 2011 in our very own Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, where A1A meets Commercial Boulevard. The spot still stands where burger creations like the CEO – concocted with a wagyu blend, bacon-tomato jam, and more – taste that much more special.

Jack's Old Fashion Hamburger

1970s nostalgia abounds at both Jack’s locations in Broward – in Oakland Park and Pompano Beach. For 50-plus years, this local success story has kept it simple with lean beef-based patties, lightly salted fries, and classic root beer floats to carry it home. Yes, you can crank a jukebox here to add that much more to the ambiance.

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Odds are that you’ve seen this spot’s oozing burgers on the ‘gram, resembling mammoth, multi-patty beasts that you’d find on Man vs. Food. An example: The Copperpoint Beer Cheese Triple Burger with three, four-ounce patties, candied bacon, and a lager-infused cheese. This and others taste just as good as they look.

Emmy Squared Pizza: Fort Lauderdale

Newcomer Emmy Squared, known for its Detroit-style pizzas, also offers an award-winning burger. The Le Big Matt served on a pretzel bun with American cheese, special Sammy sauce, greens, and pickles, ranks among the city’s top burgers.

B Square Burgers

When you need a reprieve from the bougie tacos and Italian spots aplenty on Las Olas Boulevard, B Square is a savior. With an open-air patio and plenty of TVs come Fins’ season, its burgers are equally as action-packed, like the Big Daddy heaping with hot pastrami, melted cheddar, and a zesty sauce.

Gilbert's 17th Street Grill

Goat cheese, cajun-inspired, and hot sauce-loaded burgers, oh my. This 17th Street, family-owned and family-vibed mainstay is far from boring on the burger front. Save room for its homemade key lime pie – it’s worth the room and is a pucker-inducing delight.

Le Tub

With Intracoastal vistas, a gas-station-gone-grill ambiance, and an iconic 13-ounce burger known the region over, count on a line at this Hollywood mainstay. Pair its original burger with lettuce, tomato, and onion with its thick-cut steak fries, and never leave hungry.

North South Grill

Sure, it’s a restaurant that’s tucked in a tan shopping mall. That’s where the blandness ends at this colorful joint. Its sizzling smash burgers – spanning ¼-pound to ¾ pound with a spectrum of toppings – draw folks from all corners of Broward well beyond. 

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