After a day of exploring all that Charleston has to offer, you deserve a hearty meal you can really sink your teeth into. These restaurants serve uniquely flavorful burgers with mouth-watering toppings. Try a burger garnished with a Lowcountry twist, like bacon jam, crabmeat, or pimento cheese. We’ve rounded up Charleston’s cheeseburger hotspots, including Bay Street Biergarten, BLU Restaurant & Bar, Fleet Landing, Husk, Kitchen 208, Oak Steakhouse, The Alley, and The Drawing Room, Halls Chophouse, Butcher & Bee, Tavern & Table and Barony Tavern. Where will you dine?
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Bacon with a side of burger is how Bay Street Biergarten likes to serve up their tasty cheeseburgers!
Served between a brioche bun, BLU’s double decker cheeseburger is a feast for the eyes and the stomach.
Enjoy a waterfront view along with Fleet Landing’s Signature Burger topped with pimento cheese, applewood smoked bacon, shredded lettuce, tomato, and crispy onions.
Named a “Must-Eat Burger” by Forbes, Husk’s cheeseburger is James Beard Best Chef Southeast Award Winner Sean Brock’s take on the American staple.
Kitchen 208 goes back to the basics with their Wendell’s Burger – cheddar cheese, applewood bacon, lettuce, tomato, and onion – all smashed between a benne seed bun.
The mouthwatering Oak Burger is a signature blend of CAB NY strip and filet and chuck, topped with grilled onions, tomato, bibb lettuce, and fontina cheese. We’re on our way, Oak Steakhouse!
Trade in your morning cereal for the Breakfast Burger at The Alley, served with bacon, gouda cheese, arugula, tomato, and an over easy egg.
Following evening cocktails on The Rooftop at The Vendue, head to The Drawing Room to bite into the Just Wicked Cheeseburger.