8/27/2012 11:45:00 AM

San Francisco's 10 Hottest New Burgers

Meet the city's newest entrant: The Corner Store's bacon-jam burger
Nothing seems to capture the imagination and hunger of diners more than burgers. From In-N-Out to Zuni Cafe to Hubert Keller's foie gras-topped Kobe beef patty (RIP) at the Burger Bar that cost more than your monthly parking ticket allowance, San Franciscans can't quite get enough of their hometown burgermeisters. And while we'll leave to you the heated arguments as to who serves the best in the land, we can tell you about the 10 hottest new burger options available in the city right now. Spoiler alert: vegetarians need not apply (our list of our top veggie burgers is forthcoming.) Let us know your favorites in the comments.

10 comments :

  1. Roam is not really very good - a bunch of pink mush. Really not much ecuse for poorly prepared burgers

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  2. Source Restaurant SF has the best veggie burger. It is better than any meat burger I have had as well

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  3. You want a burger? Get thee to the Dark Horse Inn on Geneva, just off Mission. It doesn't have jam or foie gras or other weird stuff (actually I do like some of the weird stuff, too), but it is one of the best hamburgers I've eaten in the last few years.

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  4. The best burger place in the city for me is, Burger Bar for it's variety of burgers to include dessert burgers. If I feel like sampling, then it's the Sliders. If I feel like low cal, then the Salmon burger. When with clients, I'll have the Surf N Turf or the Black Jack Angus burger. The sweet potato fries aren't bad either. Let's not forget the view and the variety of beers :D

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  5. Corner store is a terrible so called restaurant. The name is misleading food is stale, asked for a burger well done, it was almost raw when angrily thrown on table even most of the fries where cold. Workers are rude and racist. Surprised the health department hasn't shut them down yet

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    1. Racist? Care to expand on that?

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  6. I would have to agree that Roam's burgers are not very good. Medium is still pretty dry, tastes weird.

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  7. Had a burger with bacon jam on it at the newly revamped Martin Mack's in the upper haight recently that impressed me. Nickie's on the other end of Haight also does a respectable burger that not many people know about.

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  8. It would be nice if the list and descriptions were in a printable format!

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  9. Everyone knows the greatest burger in SF (potentially anywhere) is the Hamburguesa at Don Pistos.

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