Every time I go to a new pub or restaurant, I always look at the burger section of their menu. I look for any burger with the word bacon in the title or description. Sometimes if I am lucky they will have different flavors of bacon to choose from.

After traveling around, I found that some places make a better burger with bacon then others. To create a masterpiece the burger must be cooked to order and be made with good meat. Second, you need to have just the right seasonings and toppings. Then to finish it off, you need to have 4 or more pieces of crispy bacon being held on with a nice slice of cheese.

Here are my top three Burgers with Bacon I have had so far:

1. The Bell in Hand (Boston, MA) –When I was in Boston, I went to this place twice and got something with bacon and a tall Bass draft, both times. The burger was amazing. It was cooked to order, had a just the right seasoning, and the bacon was cooked to perfection. When I go back I am going to have to go there again.
2. Burger Bar (Las Vegas, NV) – I know a place called the Burger Bar would not let me down. They had 4 types (apple smoked, jalapeño, cinnamon, and peper) of bacon that you could get with your burger, so I got all four.
3. The Sharp Edge (Pittsburgh, PA) – Belgium Beer and a Bacon Cheese Burger is what heaven is like for me. I usually get the “Sharp Burger” since it’s cheap and comes with crispy bacon.

Let me know your top three and why you like them. I enjoy reading about new places to visit.

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11 Responses to A Hamburger without Bacon is Blasphemy

  1. AK says:

    I live in Chicago and the radio station Q101 (www.q101.com) mentioned your site today. Every day before noon they announce a new “Ways To Waste Time at Work”, usually a website or an online game.

    I’m enjoying your blog and reviews. Next time you’re in Vegas I recommend stopping by StripBurger (www.stripburger.com). I had a fantastic bacon cheseburger and their hand cut fries were out of this world. Good strawberry shake too. And of course I had to mention the super hot flirty girls that work there. Puurrrrrrr…

    cheers,
    ak

  2. [...] hope people in Chicago can appreciate bacon! From a comment on, A Hamburger without Bacon is Blasphemy, I just found out that my blog was mentioned on Q101 in Chicago. I guess every day before noon the [...]

  3. Mosley says:

    I am so glad you’re enjoying my site. Thanks for telling me about Q101!

    Hot Girls, Bacon, and Hand Cut Fries! Looks like I need to make a trip back to Vegas!

  4. Dug says:

    Your famous

  5. Don says:

    My list only needs one burger – mine!

    Here’s how I do it…
    1. I grind my own meat. I mix chuck and sirloin and (drumroll please…) BACON! My ratio is 3 lbs beef to 1 pound of pepper bacon. Grinding the bacon in with the meat gives it great pig flavor all thru the burger.
    2. Fry it in a pan or on a flattop. No grills here.
    3. Top with mozzarella and jalapenos. And maybe few more slices of bacon for good measure.

    Perfect.

  6. Mosley says:

    Don,

    That sounds amazing!

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  9. Nick D. says:

    anything with bacon is already the best :)

  10. Gee Geurnuua says:

    Baconpants,

    —I live in Iowa; bacon capital of the world. I was watching the news and noticed you are in Iowa for the Blue Ribbon Baconfest. If you have time, I suggest you stop by Ames, IA to eat at Battles BBQ.

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