These five restaurants reign supreme in the world of burgers
We sent our intern Clairesse out on a mission to find the five best burgers in League City, and these restaurants snagged the coveted spots.
395 W Main St.
If you’re looking for a no-fuss burger joint, Burger House is the place for you. It offers a cozy environment with an old timey feel that will bring you back to the good ol’ days. In addition to their classic burger menu, Burger House offers a salmon burger that is quite delicious, along with their popular black bean burger and turkey burger. This charming restaurant has something for everyone in the family.
Craft 96 Draught House + Kitchen
2575 E League City Pkwy
Modern and upbeat, Craft 96 has a wide range of food on the menu, but their burgers deserve a special shout out. From their juicy fried egg burger to the candied peppered-bacon burger, Craft 96 is anything but boring and does not disappoint on flavor or atmosphere.
Sloppy Nick’s Brooklyn Deli
2800 Marina Bay Dr.
Sloppy Nick’s has no shortage of flavor and style, making it the perfect choice for our list. From savory Rueben’s and classic Philly cheesesteaks to eggplant parmesan and chicken fried steak, this Brooklyn inspired deli has an impressive array of menu options. But we’re talking burgers, and their best-selling sloppy burger will satisfy your burger cravings.
Main Street Bistro
615 E Main St.
With a variety of creative burgers on the menu, Main Street Bistro is the perfect place to shake it up and try something different. You can’t go wrong with their Gentleman Jack burger, a best seller with an 8oz bourbon-glazed patty smothered in sautéed onions and cheddar cheese. This burger makes us hungry just thinking about it.
Black Bear Diner
2481 Gulf Fwy
Our list would not be complete without including the adorably classic Black Bear Diner. With the largest burger menu on our list, Black Bear Diner serves a burger for everyone. Their parmesan sourdough burger and western BBQ burger are among their most popular, and vegetarians will be pleased to know their plant-based Beyond Burger is truly a work of art.