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The Best Burger Joints In Dublin, Ireland
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The Best Burger Joints In Dublin, Ireland

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Sometimes, the only thing that will sate your appetite is a good burger. In Dublin, there are many burger restaurants to choose from. From American diners with cheesy music blasting, to small rustic Irish joints and classy, chic restaurants, you’re sure to find the perfect burger joint.
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Jo ‘Burger

An incredibly stylish restaurant with décor inspired by street art and with fascinating murals on the walls, Jo ‘Burger is as cool as it is tasty. Eclectic lamp shades give the restaurant a really trendy and thrifty feeling. Open late every day of the week (nine o’clock on Sundays), Jo ‘Burger is the place to go for a late dinner or before a night out. These have been described as the “best burgers in Ireland”. The menu has some really fascinating and mouth-watering combinations, such as bush peach curry sauce and emmenthal cheese or caramelized chili banana, bacon & goats cheese. You ain’t never tried burgers like these!

137 Rathmines Rd Lower, Dublin 6

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The Morrison Hotel

The Morrison Hotel may sound like an unlikely burger joint but despite being a more expensive place to eat, its burgers excellent, coming with all the trimmings on the side. They put a lot of love into their burgers, and nothing beats the Morrison Grill burger, which consists of Josper grilled Kettyle 8oz steak burger, Emmental cheese, tomato chutney, house ‘slaw and chunky chips. The First Class Lounge standard of burgers, perfect for those wanting the familiar with a hint of style.

Ormond Quay Lower +353 1 887 2400

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Bunsen

A cosy and compact restaurant, Bunsen is the place to go for a simple yet perfect meal, the menu is concise, with hamburgers and cheeseburgers and doubles of both available. There are a number of toppings, and a choice of three types of fries: handcut, shoestring and sweet potato. Bunsen takes the direct and simple approach to burgers, puts a lot of love into it, and makes it work. They have taken the humble cheeseburger, and without adding lots of unnecessary razzle dazzle, have made it the King of burgers.

36 Wexford St, Dublin 2 +353 1 552 5408

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Real Gourmet Burger

The place to go for people who like burgers with lots on the inside, Real Gourmet Burger’s main goal is to create dishes that are packed with flavour and character. It is situated in the scenic Dun Laoghaire, where visitors can walk along the romantic waterfront. Their meat is locally sourced, natural and free range. The menu has a great selection with something for everyone, including vegetarian burgers (falafel and goat cheese).

Unit 5, The Pavilion, Marine Rd, Dun Laoghaire +353 1 284 6568

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Farmer Browns

Farmer Browns restaurant is very careful to use only locally sourced ingredients to provide only the freshest and best experience. There is an adorable vegetable garden at the front of the restaurant, where some of the ingredients are grown, including all of their herbs and as many vegetables as they can. Their food is inspired by a mixture of Irish and American dishes, specifically the Deep South; and their burgers are relaxed with the most fantastic combinations.

25A Bath Ave, Dublin 4 +353 86 394 8255