20 places to be happy eating a cheesy burger around Phoenix

Craving a luscious burger smothered in melted cheese? Here are 20 Valley spots where a cheeseburger takes core stage.


Texaz Grill

This Phoenix landmark is offering a special from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18. For $6, diners get a cheeseburger done with a 6-ounce beef patty baked to sequence and served with fries.

Details: 6003 N. 16th St., Phoenix. 602-248-7827, texazgrill.com.

Burger Theory

On Sunday, Sept. 18, buy one residence cheeseburger, get one free. The BT cheeseburger ($9) is surfaced with American cheese, grilled onions, lettuce, pickles and Killer Good Burger Sauce.

Details: 4401 E. McDowell Road, Phoenix. 602-358-0924, burgertheoryphx.com.

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Miracle Mile Delicatessen 

The Mile Burger ($11.50) relies on melted peppers Jack cheese to reason together a third-pound beef pitch patty and a deli’s famous residence pastrami. Lettuce, tomato, onion and Miracle Mile salsa finish this cheeseburger. Served with choice of sides, such as fries or macaroni salad.

Details: 4433 N. 16th St., Phoenix. 602-776-0992, miraclemiledeli.com.

Mother Bunch Brewing

This cheeseburger balances tangy blue cheese with a honeyed balsamic reduction, and it’s topped with bacon, spinach, preserved red onion and aioli, all on a brioche bun ($13). Served with fries, anniversary vegetables, Pale Ale-infused crushed potatoes, vegan honeyed mash or salad.

Details: 825 N. Seventh St., Phoenix. 602-368-3580, motherbunchbrew.com.

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St. Francis

Gruyere brings a ooh-la-la to a French onion burger ($15). Smoked bacon, crispy onion, arugula and a French onion drop join a party. Served with fries or salad.

Details: 111 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix. 602-200-8111, stfrancisaz.com.


Cold Beers Cheeseburgers

The Hawaiian ($12) has Swiss cheese, pineapple, bacon and teriyaki salsa atop a half-pound belligerent pitch patty, served with chips. On National Cheeseburger Day, any branch will endowment one caf� a free All-American cheeseburger a week for a year.  Enter a giveaway during a restaurants or online. Winners will be announced Sunday, Sept. 18.

Details: 4222 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. 480-941-2747. Other locations during coldbeers.com.


Fried mozzarella adds both gooey and crispy texture to the caprese burger ($17). Bibb lettuce, heirloom tomatoes and balsamic onions turn it out. Served with fries or salad.

Details: Copperwynd Resort, 13225 Eagle Ridge Drive, Fountain Hills. 480-333-1880, flourishaz.com.

Hopdoddy Burger Bar 

The Primetime ($12) lives adult to a name with Akaushi beef, tawny Brie, arugula, caramelized onions, tomato, truffle aioli and Steak Sauce. Served with fries.

Details: 11055 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale.480-348-2337.Other locations during hopdoddy.com.

Bootleggers Modern American Smokehouse

The Bootlegger ($16) uses Muenster as partial of a combo that includes whiskey onions, confit chunk bacon, dijonnaise and residence sauce, all on a pretzel bun.

Details: 7217 E. First St., Scottsdale. 480-404-9984. Other locations during bootleggersaz.com.

Ironwood American Kitchen

As a name implies, a Ranchers Blend Cheeseburger ($18) blends brief rib, primary and brisket in a patty surfaced with American cheese, pickles, tomato, lettuce, red onion and a “special sauce” dirty on a seeded roll. Served with fries or chips.

Details: Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Resort, 7575 E. Princess Drive. 480-585-4848, scottsdaleprincess.com.


Zinburger Wine Burger Bar

Spanish Manchego cheese brings a tawny and tainted punch to a Zinburger ($10.50), topped with mayo, lettuce and Zinfandel-braised onions.

Details: 344 N. Gilbert Road, Gilbert. 480-387-5000. Other locations during zinburgeraz.com.

Stufrageous Stuffed Burgers

Here, dual cheeseburgers vie for a spotlight. The three-cheese ($7.69) is pressed with Cheddar, mozzarella and Swiss; and a pressed mac and cheese ($6.99) is filled with bacon and sliced jalapeños.

Details: 1036 W. Southern Ave., Mesa. 480-969-1305, stufrageous.com.

Detroit Coney Grill

Four patties are dressed with cheese, lettuce, pickles, onions and Thousand Island salsa in a Big Mack “Inaw” ($5.95), served on a tri-level bun.  Add feta, blue cheese or other additional toppings for 75 cents.

Details: 930 W. Broadway Road, Tempe. 480-219-7430. Other locations during detroitconeygrill.com.

Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co.

The fungus and beer cheeseburger ($10.99) is a absolute multiple of flavors, starting with a brisket mix patty that is surfaced by mushrooms sauteed in drink and smothered in drink cheese sauce. Served with chips.

Details: 721 N. Arizona Ave., Gilbert, 480-284-9863, azwbeer.com.

Thirsty Lion Gastropub Grill 

The signature Tavern Burger ($12.95) is surfaced with Cheddar, beer-battered onion rings and peppers bacon, with pickles and burger salsa on a side. Served with fries, Napa slaw or residence salad.

Details: Tempe Marketplace, Loop 202 and McClintock Drive. 480-968-2920. Other locations during thirstyliongastropub.com.


Tru Burger Co.

Have dual dishes in one with a Tru Breakfast burger ($16), a bison patty surfaced with American cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato and a boiled egg. Served with spare fries, honeyed potato fries, coleslaw or salad.

Details: 9828 W Northern Ave., Peoria. 623-877-3200. Other locations during truburgerco.com.

Uptown Alley

Take on a plea and finish a 1-pound Big Uppy Burger ($14) and accept a $5 diversion label as your reward. The belligerent beef burger is basted regulating a family recipe, grilled and surfaced with melted Cheddar and Jack cheese, caramelized onions, mayo, iceberg, tomatoes and pickles. If that sounds like too most for your plate, there’s a half-pound chronicle ($10).

Details: 13525 N. Litchfield Road, Surprise. 623-975-7529, uptownalleysurprise.com.

Lenny’s Burger Shop

Options embody a garlic fungus Swiss burger ($5.39) with garlic herb mayo, grilled mushrooms and Swiss cheese; and a cowboy burger ($6.99) with Cheddar, grill sauce, onion ring, lettuce, tomato and bacon.

Details: 10635 N. 59th Ave., Glendale. 623-776-9280. Other locations during lennysburger.com.

Lone Spur Cafe 

The Southwest ($11.59) features a half-pound beef patty surfaced and thick-cut bacon smothered with immature chili and melted peppers Jack cheese. Served on your choice of a sesame-seed bun or grilled sourdough with all a trimmings, and fries or coleslaw on a side.

Details: Park West Shopping Center, 9780 W. Northern Ave., Peoria. 623-236-8025, lonespurcafe.com.


The new turkey burger ($12.99), introduced after Labor Day, is a turkey patty surfaced with Muenster cheese, lettuce, onion and tomato. It’s all served on buttery brioche, with slaw and fries on a side.

Details: 7700 W. Arrowhead Towne Center, Glendale. 623-344-3104. Other locations during chompies.com.

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