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25 notable Orlando burger joints

If you’re a burger aficionado, here are some places you’ll want to check out

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In no particular order:

Taproom at Dubsdread Half-pound burgers with golf-course views. 548 W. Par St., 407-650-0100; taproomatdubsdread.com

Junior Colombian Burger Hand-formed patties and secret sauce. 5389 S. Kirkman Road, 407-355-3506; juniorcolombianburger.com

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse Great deal: a $6 prime burger with bacon during happy hour. 8030 Via Dellagio Way, 407-352-5706; also 933 N. Orlando Ave., Winter Park, 407-699-9463; flemingssteakhouse.com

Matilda’s on Park Kangaroo burgers worth the waltz up Park Avenue. 358 N. Park Ave., Winter Park, 407-951-5790; facebook.com/matildasonpark

Charcoal Zyka The chapli kebab burger offers an Indo-Pak twist. 10249 S. John Young Parkway, 407-440-4210; charcoaljoe.com

Oblivion Taproom Burgers with enough weight and flavor to stand up to rare drafts. 5101 E. Colonial Drive, 407-802-4800; obliviontaproom.com

Pine 22 More than 300,000 ways to conjure up a burger. 22 E. Pine St., 407-574-2160; pine22.com

Hannibal’s on the Square A fave among the city’s burger cognoscenti. 511 W. New England Ave., Winter Park, 407-629-4865; hannibalslounge.com

The Capital Grille Smoked bacon mixed with beef makes for one luxurious burger. The Mall at Millenia, 4200 Conroy Road, 407-351-2210; thecapitalgrille.com

Fork in the Road Food Truck The bison burger with bacon jam is a food-truck fave. 407-484-3593; forkintherd.com; facebook.com/eatforkintheroad

Chimi King Dominican burgers make you want to get your dembow on. 11937 S. Orange Blossom Trail, 407-535-6652; facebook.com/Chimiking1

The Crooked Spoon The truck is no more, but try the burgers at their Clermont gastropub opening in July. 407-927-1587; thecrookedspn.com

The Ravenous Pig A dense burger befitting a proper gastropub. 1234 N. Orange Ave., Winter Park, 407-628-2333; theravenouspig.com

BurgerFi A national chain with squishy-good burgers. 538 S. Park Ave., Winter Park, 407-622-2010; burgerfi.com

B&B Junction Taking the farm-to-table approach seriously. 2103 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park, 407-513-4134; bbjunction.com

RusTeak The certified Kobe burger is for certified burger maniacs. 1568 Maguire Road, Ocoee, 407-614-3765; rusteakwinebar.com

Marlow’s Tavern The “Everything and the Kitchen Sink” burger is impressively composed. Pointe Orlando, 9101 International Drive, 407-351-3627; marlowstavern.com

Nona Tap Room A solid half-pound patty marinated in Guinness. 9145 Narcoossee Road, 407-440-4594; nonataproom.com

Giraffas For less than $12, get a filet mignon burger with fries. 5415 International Drive, 407-641-1514; giraffas.com

Brian’s Restaurant Burgers of the classic greasy-spoon variety. 1409 N. Orange Ave., 407-601-5944

Five Guys Burgers and Fries The best of the big chains (until we get an In-N-Out Burger).
Multiple locations; fiveguys.com

Johnny’s Fillin’ Station A longtime favorite of many in the city. 2631 S. Ferncreek Ave., 407-894-6900; johnnysfillinstation.com

The Rusty Spoon Half a pound of grass-fed beef stuffed with bacon and gruyère. 55 W. Church St., 407-401-8811; therustyspoon.com

Hamburger Mary’s Some fab to go with your eventual flab. 110 W. Church St., 321-319-0600; hamburgermarys.com

K Restaurant The “daily grind” burger with ground brisket is one we’d eat daily. 1710 Edgewater Drive, 407-872-2332; krestaurant.net

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