Wisconsin Favorites: Burger joints

Posted by Paige Curtis on December 24, 2014 – 11:47 am

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141104-Week-15-Plate-of-food-05Where’s the best burger joint in Wisconsin? Why?

No. 75 Bryan Bulaga – Chives Burger, it just is.

No. 16 Scott Tolzien – Nitty Gritty in Madison has really good burgers and it’s on the campus.

No. 31 Davon House – Milwaukee Grill. It’s top notch.

No. 8 Tim Masthay – I don’t eat hamburgers, but I’ve heard a lot of good things about Kroll’s West.

No. 2 Mason Crosby – Whatever one you say you can’t go wrong, but I’d have to say right here next to the stadium at Kroll’s West. You can’t beat a butter burger. That’s where I send all my family and friends whenever they’re up here.

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If you’re traveling to Wisconsin Dells, make sure to try Monk’s Bar & Grill  — a Wisconsin favorite since 1947

Everyone knows about the cheese, brats, beer, and bakeries of Wisconsin, but did you know when it comes to burgers, Wisconsin just might be the heavyweight state champ? In fact, the hamburger is said to have originated in Seymour, which holds an annual Hamburger Festival to celebrate. Everyone has their favorites, but here are some of our top picks: Milwaukee Grill in Janesville for a burger that has more toppings than can fit in your mouth, and Mickey-Lu-Bar-B-Q in Marinette where the burgers are cooked on a flaming charcoal grill and served on a buttery hard roll. Bud Willman’s in Manitowoc makes their burgers fresh daily and is one of the best “simple” burgers ever, and we can’t forget about Solly’s Grille in Milwaukee where a dollop is more like a heaping when it comes to butter on top of this burger.

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