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September 18 Is National Cheeseburger Day, Grab One At These Black-Owned Restaurants
These days, any cause for celebration is a good one. September 18th is National Cheeseburger Day and we’ve got you covered with the meatiest, cheesiest burgers in the country. At these spots, you’ll also be supporting the Black-owned business community. Let’s dive in.
In the heart of Watts California, Hawkins House of Burgers offers only fresh-never-frozen high quality Angus beef and freshly, daily prepared vegetables. Satisfaction is guaranteed or your money back at this local favorite.
As Owner Craig Culver says, “We never compromise on quality.” It’s a promise that begins with sourcing the best ingredients and continues through to the way they prepare their meal at Culver’s in Bronzeville. Their famous, signature ButterBurgers are pressed and seared fresh and never frozen.
Ms. Ann Price’s famous ghetto burger was named The Best Burger in American by the Wall Street Journal. Prepare to get a little messy at this counter-service café in Atlanta that’s been serving classic dishes since 1972.
Whether you are looking for an all-beef patty or vegan burger, Terra Café has you covered. Since 2009, Terra Cafe has been offering praised food-from-scratch served with art and community. The vegan burger is topped with lettuce, tomatoes, and red onions served on a brioche roll with Terra’s chipotle mayo.
Finn Hall, located downtown, is Houston’s premiere food hall, consisting of 10 independently operated eating establishments and two bars. Craft Burger’s menu includes the over-the-top Morning After Burger, made with black angus beef, brown sugar and chili rubbed candied bacon, a sunny-side up egg, smoked gouda, and served on a bacon-cheddar waffle bun, as well as other specialty items.