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National Burger Day: Sink your teeth into these classic favourites and tasty newcomers

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Happy National Burger Day! And Friday! Could today get any better? No. It could not.

If this is news to you and you need a plan to help you celebrate properly (as you should), we’ve got you.

Here’s a small (yet delicious) sample of some of Canberra’s best-loved favourites as well as some tasty newcomers.

The Dirty Bird

 

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One of Canberra’s favourite chicken burgers, The Dirty Bird can be found at more places than ever, with the opening of Grease Monkey’s fourth location in Westfield Woden.

Lonsdale Street, Braddon | Marketplace Gungahlin | Westfield Woden | The Pits, Phillip | greasys.com.au

The Brodburger

 

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Sure, there are plenty of options on the Brod menu—including vego and vegan options—but we’re traditionalists and this is the burger that started it all.

To sweeten the deal, Brodburger is giving $1.00 from every burger sold today to Been There, Done That, Let’s Chatan organisation providing support in the ACT for Men’s Mental Health and Suicide prevention.

Kingston Foreshore | Phillip | Fyshwick | brodburger.com.au

Karaage Ramen

 

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This is not your traditional burger—ramen-crusted chicken, rainbow slaw, tonkatsu sauce, kewpie mayo, jalapenos, cream cheese. Crispy noodles in a burger? Sounds weird but it’s super yum.

Braddon |  Mitchell | burgerhero.com.au

Papa McCheesy burger

 

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Two beef patties, sliced Monterey Jack and Egmont cheddar, dill pickles, caramelised onion, tomato sauce and American mustard, with a side of housemade potato scallops. Burger heaven can be found at Kambah’s Little Theo’s.

3 Carleton Street, Kambah | facebook.com/littletheos

Buffalo Fried Chicken with Blue Cheese Burger

 

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Heading to Benny’s Burgers in Fyshwick might take you a little out of your way. But honestly…look at that photo! Do you really need any more convincing?

66 Tennant Street, Fyshwick | bennysburgers.com

Spicy Jack Burger

Sweet Bones’ vegan burger with BBQ chipotle seitan made in-house tastes so good you’ll forget all about the meat.

18 Lonsdale Street, Braddon | sweetbonescompany.com

Mac Daddy Magic

 

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Want something different? Like…really different? Meet Mookie’s Mac Daddy Magic, with a generous serve of mac and cheese. Delish.

Canberra City | South Point Tuggeranong | mookie.com.au

The Friar Tuck

Brownies and burgers. Name a better combination—we’ll wait.

This is what you’ll find at The Hungry Brown Cow in Holt, where their tasty dessert menu has been expanded to include some absolutely epic savoury eats.

10 Holt Place, Holt | facebook.com/The-Hungry-Brown-Cow

Flash Stack

 

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The epic mural across this hole-in-the-wall burger joint is just the start when it comes to Flash Burgers, one of the city’ds best-hidden gems.

Bible Lane, City | flasheats.com.au

Betty’s Double

One of the newest players on Canberra’s burger scene, Betty’s bright and fresh interiors and decadent burgers are a winning combination—like the beef and bacon in the Betty’s Double.

Canberra Centre | bettysburgers.com.au

Feature image: Tim Bean Photography

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