Best burger in New Orleans (1 Viewer)

Best burgers in New Orleans

  • Yo Mama's

    Votes: 10 10.5%
  • Port of Call

    Votes: 52 54.7%
  • Other?

    Votes: 33 34.7%

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Saint_Ward

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I remember once drinking four straight Monsoons and waking up the next day in my car on Lakeshore Drive. No idea how I got there without wrecking anything.
Better than in the Lake....

I had 3 hurricanes one night, and threw up when I got home.

One sweet drink... one.
 

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Fharmacy on Banks.

Haven’t had their burger
And their lemongrass wings and they were great
 
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Any other good burger recommendations besides the two in the pole?

Haven't been since Besh was run out of the business, but it was a delish burger. It now says swiss and used to be Emmentaler cheese so not sure what up with that, but as long as they still use a quality they both have the same notes I like.

Luke Burger​

$18.00
Allan Benton's bacon, caramelized onions, tomatoes, swiss cheese with french fries

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Better than in the Lake....

I had 3 hurricanes one night, and threw up when I got home.

One sweet drink... one.





Mardi Gras ‘96.. the last time I’ve vomited from drinking.. had *at least* 3 Hurricanes, honestly cant remember how many.. my friends and i crashed at the house my mom was renting at the time in Mid City.. all i remember is waking up the next morning and her bathroom walls and floor being covered in bright red puke…. NOT my proudest moment, but hey, it hasn’t happened again since and that was a quarter century ago.



On a more pleasant note, fyi in case anyone is wondering- the best Hurricanes in the City (ive had them since, just not in those quantities) can be found at Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shoppe.. fresh fruit and quality ingredients.. this probably isn’t news to most of yall, but the Hurricanes at Pat O’s are basically made from Kool-Aid mix and sit in vats for 6 months, true story.
 

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Company Burger has lost it's edge over the years. They changed their meat some years ago, I'm convinced. It's just not beefy and intense like it used to be.

Mooyah is pretty damned good, chain or not.

I don't get out like I used to though. I make a lot of burgers at home home.
 

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Has Beachcorner near the end of Canal St. by the cemeteries been mentioned? They get creative and have a burger of the month. Their regular burgers are good too, but what I really like is their tuna steak burger! That thing is fantastic.
 

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Has Beachcorner near the end of Canal St. by the cemeteries been mentioned? They get creative and have a burger of the month. Their regular burgers are good too, but what I really like is their tuna steak burger! That thing is fantastic.

Is a tuna steak burger actually a burger? Not that it's bad, but it's more of a tuna sandwich.
 

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Is a tuna steak burger actually a burger? Not that it's bad, but it's more of a tuna sandwich.
Fair point. I suppose just putting it on a burger bun with traditional burger toppings doesn't make it a burger per se, so let's just say it's a very tasty tuna sandwich. But that's not accurate either because of the correlation of canned tuna salad on bread. This is a tough one.
 

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I was tutoring the owner’s relative in chemistry and met him there. They brought out the wings and the Vietnamese sausage poboy
Bother were excellent. It’s a local Vietnamese family that owns the place
Nice people
 

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I was tutoring the owner’s relative in chemistry and met him there. They brought out the wings and the Vietnamese sausage poboy
Bother were excellent. It’s a local Vietnamese family that owns the place
Nice people

Yeah, they have a lot of riffs of Vietnamese flavors on the menu. All the ones I've tried have been great.
 

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