Farm Burger Makes Another National “Best Burger” List

Farm Burger, along with Buckhead’s Holeman & Finch, seem to be racking up the burger accolades this year.  And not just around Atlanta.

The latest comes from the well-known “Serious Eats” blog, which places Farm Burger’s burger among the likes of national classics like California’s In-and-Out Burger.  Here’s the Farm Burger write-up, from Serious Eats’ Atlanta corespondent…

Tucked away in a trendy Atlanta suburb, Farm Burger’s hook is their eco-friendly mentality: from locally-raised, grass-fed, antibiotic- and hormone-free cows to the garden-fresh veggies, all the way down to compostable containers. Yes, it’s a burger joint that locavores can feel good about, but there’s plenty for carnivores to sink their teeth into as well. Build your own burger from an impressive toppings roster or go with one of their Blackboard Burgers. I decided to work up a Number Six on ’em (insert your favorite Blazing Saddles quote here): house-cured bacon, pepper jack cheese, salsa verde, and a sunny-side-up egg, all bookended by maybe the best bun I’ve ever had. I don’t know about that cow’s carbon footprint, but I can say it made for the best burger I ate this year.

Thanks to FMFats for pointing this out!

13 thoughts on “Farm Burger Makes Another National “Best Burger” List”

    1. I hope that inaccurate location description is not an indication of the accuracy of their restaurant review. Of course I know it is not.

  1. hey,
    never can get in there and we live around the block! stop spreading the “buzz!” it is frustrating to hear all the good things and get stymied at the door with a line and no seating!

    1. If you want, you can place a to-go order at the right side of the counter. No waiting in line, and you can be in and out pretty quick. I also heard that you can phone in orders now, but can’t confirm.

  2. It’s ok to hate me and shout “blasphemy !” – but has anyone ever compared Ted’s burger’s to Farmburger burgers? I have eaten burgers at both several times and prefer the taste of Ted’s. Anyone else feeling similarly ashamed?

    1. I have eaten more than my fair share of burgers; just ask my waistline. I like the idea of Farm Burger, but I don’t like the execution. I’ve eaten there twice and both times I thought “meh.” I haven’t had a burger from Ted’s in a few years, but I remember them being good. Moreover, I have eaten various other burgers in the metro that are just better than FB. Ah well.

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