Best Burgers in El Paso – Our Top 7 List with Photos
Are you looking for El Paso’s best burger? Check out this list of the best burgers in El Paso as ranked by Urbanspoon and Yelp.
If you’re looking for fancy, this isn’t the place. At Papa Burgers, you’ll find beefy, cheesy, lick-the-grease-off-your-fingers-style burgers. It’s a small operation on North Piedras that’s definitely worth your time. Do yourself a favor and try the Chiara burger (pictured). It’s exactly what a green chili cheeseburger should be.
This Eastside gem is the place to go if you’re craving a BIG burger. Not for the light eater, anyone hungry enough should try the Heartbreaker (pictured). Not a beef fan? They’ve got chicken and fish sandwiches, too. Order whatever you want, but don’t miss out on the green chili fries.
Rosco’s might look like a hole in the wall, but any burger connoisseur will tell you that’s where the best burgers come from. Their standard Double Double, two patties, two slices of cheese, is a go-to for regulars. The gem here is the VERY crispy onion rings. They could easily make a meal on their own.
Possibly the most aptly named restaurant in El Paso, Hot and Juicy delivers burgers that are, you guessed it, hot and incredibly juicy. The perfect answer to a quick lunch on the westside, these burgers mean business. If you’re looking for a challenge, try the Kong Burger. Six patties of beef is more than any cardiologist would recommend. Hot and Juicy is fairly cheap, too. A triple with cheese will run you about six bucks.
If gourmet burgers are more your style, The Hoppy Monk is the place to go. They have a varied choice of burgers including sliders and full-sized items with quality toppings. Leafy greens, hand-crafted sauces, and fresh-baked onion rolls will comprise one of the best burgers in El Paso. If that’s not enough, your burger will come with sides like sweet potato fries, mac and cheese, or salad.
This El Paso staple has been serving up their own special burgers for more than 50 years. The average item will run you about $3 to $5 dollars. That includes their special BBQ sauce on each of the burgers.
A central El Paso cafe where you can find all sorts of great diner-style food, the Good Luck Cafe has an unconventional burger to satisfy your adventurous side. The Great Loaded Cheeseburger has all the standard toppings like lettuce and tomato, but the coup de grâce is the sliced hotdog placed between the patty and the bun. Delicious.