Uncle Billy’s is known for their award-winning beers, which are brewed in house, and their slow-smoked BBQ, but their burger deserves a little love too. They ground the brisket with bacon to form a patty that is full of smoky flavor.
The kitchen at this co-op brewpub does a fine job keeping pace with all the delicious beer. They use locally sourced 44 Farms ground brisket to create a juicer, more flavorful burger that also gets a welcome tang from their house-made mustard.
Try the Navasota, which is a pork patty smothered in cheese, aioli, and chipotle sauces. It’s a mix of sweet and spicy that blends together nicely. Compliment it with a crisp IPA and know what it means to be happy.
This little food truck on the East Side is grilling up some serious heart stoppers. If you are feeling gluttonous, spring for their Spare Tire burger, a towering stack of two thick fresh-grilled patties, double cheddar, bacon, and fried pickles.
Freddie’s Place is an Austin icon but, surprisingly, their burgers are constantly being overlooked. They are grilling up half-pound, all-natural Black Angus patties and piling on the toppings of your choice.