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Hamburger Restaurants in Grapevine, Colleyville & Southlake

Top Hamburger Restaurants in Grapevine, Colleyville & Southlake


Ah the hamburger. From a classic cheeseburger to the more sophisticated variety with avocado, swiss cheese, and more, no matter the flavors or toppings, the hamburger has been a quintessential staple for years. But where to enjoy one? We’ve gathered the top burger joints in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake as reviewed on Yelp. Get ready to be hungry. We promise we won’t tell anyone if you start drooling.

1. Johnny B’s Burgers and Shakes (2704 E Southlake Blvd, Southlake)

Voted as the Best Burger Supreme by the readers of Southlake Style and home of the Dragonburger, Johnny B’s is a local family owned and operated favorite. Started in 2003, the menu is simple, but the ingredients are the freshest being delivered daily. Furthermore, the French fries are hand-peeled, hand-cut, and made to order.  When you go, try the Dragonburger which is a triple cheesburger topped with jalapenos and chili. Finally, cool off your mouth with one of Johnny B’s old-fashioned malts.

2. Bottlecap Alley Icehouse Grill (2150 E Hwy 114, Southlake & 614 Ira E Woods Ave, Grapevine)

A great place to grab a burger while watching the big game, but don’t think the kids can’t come. Bottlecap Alley is a great place for adults and kids. They’re motto is that it’s all about the food and fun. For convenience, the Southlake location has a drive thru. With great prices, Bottlecap Alley is a sure hamburger bet. Try the “Cure” Burger with American cheese,  fried egg, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayo.

3. Kincaid’s Hamburgers (100 N Kimball Ave, Southlake)

One Yelp reviewer said, “the cheeseburger and onion rings I had here are a throw back to a time when burgers were messy and delicious.” Starting as a grocery store where the vegetables for the burgers were taken fresh from the produce rack, the tradition of freshness continues to this day. With its first location in Fort Worth, the Southlake restaurant carries on the nostalgia, down home attitude, and laid back feeling. When you go, try the bacon cheeseburger and onion rings.

4. Snuffer’s Restaurant and Bar (431 Grand Avenue E, Southlake)

Starting out off of Lower Greenville in Dallas in the late 70s, Snuffers is known for their fresh and juicy burgers on a poppyseed bun and most importantly, to us, their cheddar cheese fries. These cheddar cheese fries are what legends are made of – thick Idaho cut fries covered in aged Wisconsin cheddar cheese… and top it with some bacon, chives and jalapenos – you can thank us later.

5. Five Guys Burgers and Fries (242 State St, Southlake)

A national chain made famous when President Obama stopped by the original location in Arlington, Vir., served hand-formed grilled hamburgers served to perfection. Try a classic cheeseburger topped with as many of their 15 free toppings as you want with a side of Five Guys Style fries. Delicious!

6. Southlake Food Mart – Shell (2210 Southlake Blvd W, Southlake)

A true locals’ spot, Southlake Food Mart is found inside the Shell gas station at the corner of Southlake Blvd and Randol Mill Blvd. Also, the hamburgers are huge with a single burger being enough food for most people with fresh ingredients. A local tip: call ahead in the afternoon or evening and your food will be ready in 20 minutes.

7. Peace Burger (1228 William D Tate Ave, Grapevine)

These flat top and flame grilled char hamburgers served on a poppy seed bun are delicious. Enjoy the laid back atmosphere, great Happy Hour specials, and also a great variety of specialty hamburgers – like the Tijuana which comes with ham, hot dog, guacamole, Monterrey jack, and jalapenos. Craving a late night burger? Peace Burger is also open until 2 a.m. when most places close at 10 or 11 p.m.

 8. Teddy’s Bigger Burgers  (4712 Colleyville Blvd #100, Colleyville)

A Hawaiian franchise with the only location in Colleyville, these awesome hamburgers use only 100 percent chilled ground chuck and are charbroiled to order.  You can ride the pipeline as soon as you walk in with surf boards as décor and a 1950s style and feel. Furthermore, try the Hawaiian burger which has lettuce, tomatoes, onions, grilled pineapple, and their made from scratch teriyaki sauce. Add a side of Umami Fries which are topped with garlic butter, furikake, and sriracha aioli (yummy!).

9. Jake’s Uptown (520 S Main St Ste 201, Grapevine)

Jake’s Uptown is a great place to grab a great burger, get a drink, and meet with friends. Located in downtown Grapevine, Jake’s has been a DFW area staple since 1985. All burgers are served on a poppy seed bun (although you can ask for one without) and each month features a special Burger of the Month. Want a burger but something less guilty? Try their turkey burger which comes topped with mayo, lettuce, tomato, and also swiss cheese.

10. Mooyah Burgers and Fries (2225 W Southlake Blvd, Southlake)

Mooyah is truly a place where you can get a burger any way you want. Don’t want a bun? No problem! Get a hamburger wrapped in lettuce instead. Want mushrooms, Mooyah sauce, ketchup, and mustard? Absolutely! All Mooyah burgers are made fresh to order and the portions, even on the fries, are generous! If you have kids with you, Mooyah also offers a giant chalkboard for them to color on. Fun!

11. In-and-Out Burger (1303 William D Tate Ave, Grapevine)

The burger of the west has finally arrived in DFW! When this California staple landed in Texas, lines lasted for hours, and there’s good reason why. The food is fresh, never frozen, is reasonably priced and is delicious (all burgers are served on a toasted bun)! Make sure you order your burger and fries animal style (trust us on this one) and add a shake made from 100% ice cream. In-N-Out also has a secret menu (that’s really not so secret), so the possibilities and flavors are endless!

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