Do you ever get a crazy craving for a cheeseburger? If yes, then take comfort in that you are not alone. When that cheeseburger hunger strikes, you basically have to honor it. So, you might as well have a truly amazing cheeseburger in the Tualatin Valley! Read about some of our favorite burgers below.
Bailey’s Burger Shop
One of Tualatin Valley’s newest restaurants is also causing a lot of buzz. Bailey’s Burger Shop, located on Tigard’s Main Street, knows how to make a burger. Prepared with all-natural, grass-fed beef, these burgers are grade A, especially when you get the signature chili cheese burger.
Home of the “jumbo burger,” Helvetia Tavern is one of the region’s destination burger joints. These burgers are legendary, as is the jumbo burger, which is comprised of two quarter-pound thin patties, bacon and all the best fixings. The result is a wide-mouth burger held together by a plastic knife stuck in the middle of the bun as an anchoring piece.
Cruise In Country Diner
Cheeseburger lovers can still be sustainably minded here as nearly all of the ingredients are regionally grown. Prepared with grass-fed beef, as well as an array of other meat burgers (alpaca burgers, anyone?), Cruise In Country Diner is one of locals’ favorite gathering spots. We’re fans of the “Studebaker burger” that is topped with natural pastrami and Swiss cheese. Plus, all burgers come with free refills on fries!
Vegans and vegetarians deserve to celebrate burgers, too! At Fireside Grill, Herbivores can order “The Portlander” burger: a vegan patty on a gluten-free bun with hummus, served with a salad dressed in lemon chia seed vinaigrette. Meat lovers can dive into a menu of delicious burgers, such as “The Vesuvius,” a beef burger topped with jalapenos, grilled onions, melted pepper-jack cheese and chipotle tomato chutney.
ABV Public House
Don’t miss the unassuming storefront ABV Public House, you might miss one of the best burgers of your life! Try the lamb burger, or the elk burger. Vegetarians and Vegans take notice, ABV also has an “Impossible” burger, which is also gluten-free. The larger burger menu can only be matched by the truly ginormous beer offerings. Order the “50-50 burger” that’s made with ground bacon and ground beef for a bite that is 100-percent amazing.
Decarli is an upscale restaurant in downtown Beaverton’s “Restaurant Row.” mixes classic comfort foods with an exciting, culinary perspective. The “decarli burger” is a happy-hour burger with aged cheddar, house made aioli and potato bun. When paired with the delectable polenta fries, served with gorgonzola butter, you will leave stuffed and very happy, indeed.