6 Must-Try Cheeseburgers for National Cheeseburger Day

National Cheeseburger Day is Sunday, September 18. How will you celebrate?

I love cheeseburgers! (Don’t we all?!) But before you head out to your favorite burger joint on Sunday to celebrate, allow me to tease you with a cheeseburger round-up featuring different and exciting options from establishments across Dallas and Plano.

Border Burger, Blatt Beer & Table
Border Burger, Blatt Beer & Table, Dallas

Tripling down on the spice, Blatt Beer & Table is piling on the heat with a burger featuring an Angus beef pattie topped with chipotle aioli, fire-roasted chile con queso and crispy poblano pepper rajas. Boston lettuce, red onion, tomato join a top a brioche bun. If you can’t stand the heat…

Mushroom & Swiss Butcher’s Burger, IVY Kitchen
Mushroom & Swiss Butcher’s Burger, IVY Kitchen, Dallas

Mushroom and Swiss is done a bit different at IVY Kitchen. Truffled cremini mushrooms and basil aioli give an exciting twist to this classic burger combination.

Stack Mac Burger, PINSTACK
Stack Mac Burger, PINSTACK, Plano

This is the burger for those who want something completely new and different. PINSTACK’s signature burger, topped with fried mac and cheese and tomato basil sauce, is a unique mashup of flavors.

The Royale, Royale Magnificent Burger
The Royale, Royale Magnificent Burger, Plano

Stacked and packed with flavor, the signature burger from Royal Magnificent Burger features a 7 oz. black Angus beef hand-packed pattie topped with vine-ripe tomato, sharp cheddar cheese, shredded lettuce, applewood-smoked bacon and truffle aioli. (OMG, that truffle aioli!)

TSF Grilled Chuck Burger, The Second Floor by Scott Gottlich

TSF Grilled Chuck Burger, The Second Floor by Scott Gottlich, Dallas

The Second Floor by Scott Gottlich (on the second floor of The Westin Galleria Dallas) is serving up delicious house ground chuck topped with applewood bacon, caramelized onion, Tillamook cheddar, “uppity” thousand island dressing on an empire challah bun. Kick it up by adding a fried egg.

Shackburger, Shake Shack

Shackburger, Shake Shack, Dallas

By now you know that Shake Shack has made it to North Texas. Their signature Shackburger – a cheeseburger with lettuce, tomato and shacksauce – is solid and worth the drive to The Crescent.

Photos 1-5: provided by Bread and Butter PR, credits unknown. Photo 6: provided by Bread and Butter PR, credit William Brinson.

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