Looking for the best burger in Maine? It is hard to beat a mouthwatering, melt in your mouth burger. One that has been seasoned and grilled to perfection and topped with flavorful cheese and dressed with your all time favorite fixings. Whether those are crisp lettuce and juicy tomato slices or crunchy pickles and onions, we usually each have our idea of the perfect burger.
Here, we have struggled through our differences of opinion to bring you the most regionally acclaimed burgers we could find in Maine. To make our top burger list, these burgers had to consistently receive top marks taste test after taste test! This was research we didn’t mind doing, these burgers also were liked by the widest palette of tastes. So give our burger list for Maine a try. If you find a better burger in Maine let us know and we will make sure to try it out and weigh it against the competitors.
Also, we would love to hear what you think the best burger is to you, what qualities do you think are most essential? Or do you know of a burger joint that is the best kept secret in Maine and you want to share your love with the nation? We want to hear it, what you have to say is important to us!
While not exactly a secret, like the speakeasy’s of yore, Bramhall is a hideaway where you can forget the outside world completely and focus on what’s important, having a good time. Their wine and beer list is diverse and affordable, as is their imaginative comfort food that is essential in forming the all-important base for a long night of indulgence.
Rosie’s is a well-known local watering hole, featuring great food and drink prices. Offering an extensive menu, from hand crafted calzones, half-pound burgers, to fish and chips, there is something for everyone at Rosie’s.
Rapid Ray’s specializes in serving hamburgers, cheeseburgers, steamed hot dogs, lobster rolls, french fries, and even onion rings. Rapid Ray’s is a family owned business in downtown Saco that claims to be Maine’s original fast food take out.
Little Tap House, is a craft beer gastropub with a farm to table menu, locally sourced and locally loved. At Little Tap House they work with local farms and growers as often as seasonally possible.
Blue Spoon is a a chef-owned restaurant that serves lunch and dinner six days a week, plus Saturday brunch. The restaurant claims to be obtaining their ingredients from the best sources, including Wee Bit Farm beef and pork, Lankin’s Gorges Cheeses, and Woolever Farm lamb.
With 100% organic, grass-fed, free-range beef burgers and fresh fries cooked in heart-healthy Bertolli Olive Oil, Elevation Burger, elevated the typical burger joint.
DaVinci’s menu features house made garlic knots, fresh soups, brick oven specialty pizzas, and a wide array of Italian specialties. They offer extensive lists of craft beers and wine, as well as full bar service. Inside you will experience a casual atmosphere with décor accented by the Mill’s original brickwork and wooden beams, as well as a collection of Vespa scooters and antique bicycles.
Paddy Murphy’s is a popular Irish pub in Bangor, Maine that serves lunch and dinner daily. Paddy Murphy’s serves superb soups, garden salads, sandwiches, pasta, and burgers. Their popular burgers include the Bangor Burger, Paddy Melt, Guiness Burger, and Del Sol Burger.
Roy’s All Steak Hamburgers is a well-known family founded and family run business that specializes in serving steak burgers which are made from fresh grade A choice steak. Roy’s All Steak Hamburgers also currently offers shrimp, clam cake, and haddock baskets set on a bed of hand cut French fries