Toronto's Best Burgers
Collected by Natalie Taylor , AFAR Local Expert
Hogtown has gone hog-wild over its burgers, with a heated debate over which one is the best. The verdict? They’re all good!
121 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1C4, Canada
The Oxley is your typical British gastropub brought to you by Jameson Kerr (of Queen and Beaver and Crush) and is making the posh Yorkville nabe more approachable. Thus, it caught me off guard that I'd have such a great burger here. Hand chopped,...
1636 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4L 1G3, Canada
The Canadian version of America’s In N Out Burger, The Burger’s Priest pays tribute to the mighty burger and religious references. Believers line up all day, every day (except Sunday) for their most revered burger. The not-so-secret secret menu is...
699 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 1B2, Canada
Out of all of the burgers, I have currently tasted, I would have to say that if you want a beefed up classic burger like The Stockyard’s Beast Style (their version of the Big Mac), it’s the most affordable at $7.50 (for a single patty. A double...
936 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G9, Canada
Though The County General is known for its chicken thigh sandwich, it's equally as known for its County Burger. The County Burger feels like a burger made at a BBQ, its bun and patty char-broiled, medium rare. Topped with mustard, mayo and some...
488 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1E3, Canada
I love a good story and Marben's story is no exception. Owner Simon Benstead told me that in the hometown of his parents in Ipswitch, England there are no house numbers. Thus, each house has a nickname. His parents, John and Mary, took the first...
1450 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4T 1Y7, Canada
Holy Chuck doesn't mince meat about its portion sizes or making a downright greasy and dirty burger. It's not for the faint of heart or a vegetarian. My favourite burger here is the Big Chuck, Holy Chuck's version of McDonald's Big Mac. If you're...
176 Dupont St, Toronto, ON M5R 2E6, Canada
Tucked behind the popular Rose and Sons is the large yet clandestine wooden back patio of Big Crow. The CN Rail Train and lots of chatter provide the background noise for groups of friends gathering around over some incredible baby back ribs....
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