There’s no better day to celebrate National Burger Day than on a great American holiday – Memorial Day in May 28.
Here are couple of my favorite burger destinations – without or without a holiday:
The Galley at Hilton West Palm Beach’s executive chef Miguel Santiago is serving up a quartet of seven ounce options, including “The Classic,” a brisket and short rib patty stacked with Vermont sharp cheddar cheese, thick-cut bacon, lettuce, tomato, and onions; “The Meat Lover,” a juicy blend of Wagyu beef, shaved brisket, pancetta crisp, and fried onions topped with truffle cheese and Galley steak sauce; garden-to-table geeks will like “The Impossible,” a two-napkin, plant-based filet patty stacked with vegan mozzarella cheese on a non-dairy sourdough roll; and “The Salmon” with imported Atlantic salmon, sweet chili, and spicy mayo.
Each burger is $15 and comes with hand-cut French fries.
The Galley Classic Burger
The new Beauty and the Beeeef eatery in The Mall at Wellington Green will serve eight-ounce Angus “beefwiches” with quirky names and toppings such as the “Cowboy,” a spicy sandy topped with cayenne and roasted red peppers, smoked bacon, Monterey Jack cheese, lettuce, tomato, and barbecue sauce, and the Calimero prepared with a fried egg, smoked bacon, smoked gouda cheese, fried onions, lettuce, and spicy mayo.
Burgers range from $12.95 to $17.95 and are accompanied by a choice of sides, including hand-cut French fries, mashed potatoes, coleslaw, a house salad, and a Kool-Aid pickle.
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