How to celebrate National Cheeseburger Day in Charleston.
We start with a more upscale cheeseburger from South Hills Market. Chef Rich Arbaugh has several Kobe burgers on the menu, including the traditional American and Patty Melt. The Patty Melt is served on a Charleston Bread brioche bun and is topped with Swiss, cheddar and mushroom bordelaise.
Our next stop is B & D Gastropub in Kanawha City. The award for the hottest burger goes to their Fire Breather. This burger is served on a grilled bakery bun from Dutchess Bakery and topped with jalapenos and pepper jack cheese, along with Mean Mike’s hot sauce.
Downtown is a great place for cheeseburgers. First, there’s Adelphia’s Spyro’s Prime Rib burger. This 100% Prime Rib burger is char-grilled and served on an onion bun and topped with feta cheese, sautéed onion, tomato, cucumber and their secret sauce. Right down the street we find Big Joe’s and their Juicy Lucy. This huge burger is stuffed with a choice of American, Swiss, cheddar, provolone, bleu or pepper jack cheese. Finally, no late night downtown is complete without food from Sam’s Uptown Café. The Samburger is the star attraction. This burger is made with half a pound of lean, fresh beef and just the right amount of sausage. Topped with your choice of cheese, it’s a classic.
The last stop on our cheeseburger tour is Bricks and Barrels. This burger wins for best name - the Hangover Burger. The Hangover is topped with melted gouda cheese, caramelized onions, bacon, fried egg and roasted garlic aioli.
Whether you are a traditionalist or an extreme foodie, you will find the perfect cheeseburger to help you celebrate National Cheeseburger Day in CWV!
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