Hut’s Hamburgers is a classic Austin burger joint that has graced West 6th Street since 1939. This local, family-friendly restaurant is well-known for its burgers and malts. In addition to burgers, Hut’s also has sandwiches and hot dogs. This local dive is best visited on a Wednesday, when burgers are two for the price of one. Of course, visiting Hut’s any other day will still get you one of the tastiest burgers Austin has to offer!
Hut’s Hamburgers, 807 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78703, +1 512-472-0693
Top Notch Hamburgers is a short drive outside of the city and it is well worth the trip! Top Notch has been around since 1971, offering charcoal grilled burgers to its hungry patrons. Top Notch serves old-school hamburgers either in their diner or curbside to your car. Along with their burgers, Top Notch has some of the best onion rings around. Vegetarian? These guys have you covered with great veggie burgers, too.
Top Notch Hamburgers, 7525 Burnet Rd, Austin, TX 78752, +1 512-452-2181
Also a short drive outside of central Austin is P. Terry’s Burger Stand. P. Terry’s has some of the best food around and they use fresh, never frozen beef and chicken from local farms. Even their potatoes are from fresh local farms. P. Terry’s cares about their food and it sure tastes that way in every bite. Aside from burgers, they have great milkshakes and breakfast.
P. Terry’s Burger Stand, 4228 W William Cannon Dr, Austin, TX 78749, +1 512-358-0380
Dirty Martin’s opened in Austin in 1926. Dirty Martin’s originally featured a dirt floor until 1951 when a concrete floor was added, hence the name “dirty” Martin’s. Every day, they receive fresh deliveries of meat, produce, and bread, allowing all of their food to be fresh and made with care. Dirty Martin’s friendly staff is more like family, with many of them working here for years. So join the family and have a fresh burger!
Dirty Martin’s Place, 2808 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78705, +1 512-477-3173
Wholly Cow Burgers is a local burger joint and market. Wholly Cow prides itself on organically raised beef and locally grown organic produce. The fries are hand-cut and the burgers hand-flipped. If you’re not in the mood for a burger, that’s okay! Wholly Cow also has some of the best cheesesteaks and reubens in Texas.
Wholly Cow Burgers, 3010 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704, +1 512-3948156
Casino El Camino is a cool neighborhood bar that just happens to have some of the best burgers around. As they say on their website, come for the world famous burgers, “but stay and do shots with the locals.” Not only is Casino El Camino known for their great food and atmosphere, but they also have one of the best jukeboxes around. Sounds like a stop you wouldn’t want to miss!
Casino El Camino, 517 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78701, +1 512-469-9330