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Eater Austin's Burger Heatmap Archive

Past burger heatmap points

Shake Shack's burger
Shake Shack's burger
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Here is Eater Austin's burger heatmap archives. These are restaurants offering burger variations as well as burger trucks, all retired from Eater Austin's burger heatmap to make room for the latest class.

Retired in October 2018
Bonhomie
Austin’s restaurant’s simple cheeseburger comes with double meat, dijonnaise, and the usual suspects. Even better: order the off-menu pomme rosti burger, which replaces the buns with with two cakes of crispy potatoes.

Hotel Vegas
The music venue and bar’s food truck offers up burgers, cheeseburgers, and veggie burgers, using buns from Texas French Bread.

Holy Roller
The downtown diner’s Bombshell Burger packs everything in, from shaved ham to hash browns to a fried egg, naturally.

Mattie’s
The elegant restaurant’s burger offering is rich and tangy with a beef patty topped with Irish cheddar cheese and sweet onion dip.

Phoebe’s Diner
Of course the South Austin diner has a burger on its day-time menu, though be warned, it’s only available in limited quantities.

Native
The hostel’s restaurant offers up the simple flat top burger comes with cheddar cheese, bacon, mustard and mayonnaise, all on a brioche bun. For vegetarians, there’s the spicy seitan buffalo burger with blue cheese and ranch.

Nightcap
The Clarksville got rid of brunch to focus on Sunday burgers and burgundy evenings. The customizable burger can come with toppings like cheese, eggs, peppers, smoked avocado and fancier ingredients like black garlic, seared foie gras

Alamo Drafthouse Mueller
Alamo Drafthouse’s latest theater features a different menu, which includes the brand new brisket burger, topped with truffle aioli, brie, and red onion jam.

Lucy’s Fried Chicken
The fried chicken joint added a burger to its lineup at the mostly delivery-only location on South Lamar, with the usual toppings.

Valentina’s Tex Mex BBQ
Scope out Valentina’s Tex-Mex Thursday burger specials, where the patties are often stuffed with pico de gallo, cheese, bacon, brisket, and other various rich and meaty ingredients.

Soursop
Soursop’s burger is a tribute to Whataburger: the Waterburger comes with a beef patty topped with toasted rice powder, marinated cucumbers, and a spicy salad.

Retired in March 2017
True Food Kitchen
The meaty burger at the downtown restaurant is made with a beef patty topped with mushrooms, parmesan, and onions.

Chicon
Fans of Contigo's burger can now find it at sibling restaurant Chicon right on East 6th Street.

L’Estelle
A late night menu isn;t complete without a burger, and the Rainey Street restaurant;s "fancy burger" is made with French fries, your choice of bleu or havarti cheese, and buttery bearnaise.

Retired in December 2016
Kick Drum Burgers
The burger truck splits its time between Hops & Grain Brewing and Zilker Brewing Co., serving up giant burgers, and other creative takes, like ground goat or duck breast.

Symon's Burger Joint
Celebrity chef Michael Symon brought his burgers to Austin with the help of Urban Outfitters' Space 24 Twenty. The counter-only restaurant features the Hook ‘Em Burger, which comes loaded with with queso sauce and hot links.

Shake Shack

The East Coast burger sensation staked its flag in Austin last year, with two locations dishing out the fine casual patties and buns, one on South Lamar, and the other in the Domain. Special to Texas is the Lockhart Link, topped with Kreuz Market's sausages.

Cafe No Se

The South Congress Hotel’s cafe sets up its burger with cheese, sweet onions, and pickles within a buttermilk bun. Go all out with bacon and an oozy egg.

Yard Bar

All preferences are covered with the dog park/restaurant's options, from beef, chicken, or vegetarian. Plus you can bring your dog or watch other canines run around.

Eureka

The California-based burger bar’s menu spans from simple cheeseburgers to fully decadent with the bone marrow burger, only available in limited quantities.

Here is Eater Austin's burger heatmap archives. These are restaurants offering burger variations as well as burger trucks, all retired from Eater Austin's burger heatmap to make room for the latest class.

Retired in December 2017
Jacoby’s Just Casual
The rustic restaurant launched a burger trailer earlier this year, found in the South First Food Court, dishing out six varieties, from classic, breakfast (with ham schnitzel and egg), ATX-Mex with queso and mole, and a vegetarian one.

Boiler Nine
In Boiler Nine’s main restaurant, the signature B9 Burger (available for lunch) comes with comeback sauce, sharp cheddar, and a red onion jam. Then there's the brunchtime blackened burger, where the patty is a mixture of ground chuck and brisket, topped with pimento cheese, egg, and bacon. Up on rooftop Deck Nine, find the flat top double double, slathered in comeback sauce and American cheese

June’s
A solid burger is key to a good menu, as is the tradition of all McGuire Moorman Hospitality restaurants, and June’s doesn’t fail. The simple charbroiled burger is topped with American cheese and grilled onions and jalapenos.

Forthright
Forthright's lunch and brunch beefy burger comes on a challah bun with the option to add smoked bacon.

Eberly
Over within the Cedar Tavern at Eberly is the Tavern Burger, where the beef patty is topped with cheddar sauce and vegetables.

Citizen Eatery
The vegetarian restaurant focuses on veggie burgers, made with various types of patties with fillings like beans, mushrooms, cheese, hatch green chilis, potatoes, cauliflower, grains, and much more. Top 'em with eggs, cheese (with a vegan option), and more.

Townsend
Excellent cocktails and a solid burger go hand in hand at the downtown bar.

Beer Plant
Beer Plant dishes up a vegan burger. The Blacksmith Burger comes with egg-free mayo, caramelized onions, tomatoes, and pickles.

Eastside Tavern
For barbecue takes on the burger, EastSide Tavern's Heartstopper Burger comes topped with a variety of smoked meats, including brisket and sausage, along with queso. Otherwise opt for a burger paired with a smoked meat of your choice or the comparatively lighter simple cheeseburger.

Jewboy Burgers
For a Jewish-Mexican take on burgers, head to this food trailer, offering up very unkosher patties topped with queso, green chilies, and even a latke.

Wild Burger
The truck whips up globally-inspired burgers with fun variations, like pineapples and lamb patties.


Retired in March 2017
True Food Kitchen
The meaty burger at the downtown restaurant is made with a beef patty topped with mushrooms, parmesan, and onions.

Chicon
Fans of Contigo's burger can now find it at sibling restaurant Chicon right on East 6th Street.

L’Estelle
A late night menu isn;t complete without a burger, and the Rainey Street restaurant;s "fancy burger" is made with French fries, your choice of bleu or havarti cheese, and buttery bearnaise.

Retired in December 2016
Kick Drum Burgers
The burger truck splits its time between Hops & Grain Brewing and Zilker Brewing Co., serving up giant burgers, and other creative takes, like ground goat or duck breast.

Symon's Burger Joint
Celebrity chef Michael Symon brought his burgers to Austin with the help of Urban Outfitters' Space 24 Twenty. The counter-only restaurant features the Hook ‘Em Burger, which comes loaded with with queso sauce and hot links.

Shake Shack

The East Coast burger sensation staked its flag in Austin last year, with two locations dishing out the fine casual patties and buns, one on South Lamar, and the other in the Domain. Special to Texas is the Lockhart Link, topped with Kreuz Market's sausages.

Cafe No Se

The South Congress Hotel’s cafe sets up its burger with cheese, sweet onions, and pickles within a buttermilk bun. Go all out with bacon and an oozy egg.

Yard Bar

All preferences are covered with the dog park/restaurant's options, from beef, chicken, or vegetarian. Plus you can bring your dog or watch other canines run around.

Eureka

The California-based burger bar’s menu spans from simple cheeseburgers to fully decadent with the bone marrow burger, only available in limited quantities.

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