The Burger Showcase

From sliders to super-stacked, dirt-cheap to foie gras-topped, and local to global, these opposites show the diversity of our local burger selection


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The Local-est
The large, upscale NC Local Burger tops a grass-fed beef patty from Baucom’s Best on toasted Great Grains focaccia with Cultured Cow cheddar soaked in Olde Mecklenburg Brewery’s Copper Ale, dainty Lucky Leaf microgreens slaw, and a sunny-side-up egg from Baucom’s. $13-15. Gallery Restaurant (at The Ballantyne Hotel and Lodge), 10000 Ballantyne Commons Pkwy., 704-248-4100. gallery-restaurant.com

Globalized
For decades, the founders of Nom Nom Burgers have “Americanized” Asian fare, so they decided to flip the focus and open a shop serving “Asianized” American fare, namely, burgers. The namesake Nom Nom Burger comes with a ground-beef patty glazed with house-made teriyaki sauce, provolone cheese, shiitake mushrooms with mirin, caramelized onions with ginger-orange marmalade, sesame seeds, and mayonnaise. $10.50. Nom Nom Burgers, 1600 E. Woodlawn Rd., Ste. 170, 980- 219-7233. nomnomburgers.com

 

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