Beefy, cheesy goodness delivered to your door
The history of hamburgers dates back to the 12th century when invading Mongol horsemen tenderized raw meat patties between their saddles and horsebacks. Fast forward to now and we’re so glad this beef-and-bun dish stood the test of time… and that it now comes grilled!
Whether you’re looking for a classic diner-style hamburger or something a bit more decadent with gourmet cheeses and toppings, these are the 9 best burgers for restaurant delivery in Minneapolis. And bonus – Bite Squad can have them delivered to your doorstep in minutes.
Sometimes you just want a good ol’, no frills burger without all the bells and whistles. Just an all-beef patty on a bun with a few classic toppings (or none!) will do the job. For something deliciously simple, the Basic Burger from The Loop in Minneapolis can be ordered your way. Enjoy it as-is, or step it up a notch with cheese, bacon, avocado or egg—there’s no wrong way! Order a classic burger for delivery now.
The Blue Door Pub’s take on a Twin Cities staple, their “Blucy” burgers feature two beef patties stuffed with cheese. “The Blucy” is the most popular on Bite Squad and boasts blue cheese, garlic and pickles. But they also have nine other “Blucy” burgers on their menu, so don’t stop there! Side choices include tots, deep fried green beans or onion rings. Order a burger for delivery from Blue Door Pub in the Twin Cities.
Ready to step up your burger delivery? Try the Dragon Burger from George & the Dragon, a restaurant modeled after an English pub but serving extraordinary food. Topped with pepper jack cheese, chipotle mayo and pickled peppers, this spicy twist on the classic is worth the extra heat. Order food for delivery in South Minneapolis now.
An American classic, the Cheeseburger from Ray J’s American Grill is topped with your choice of American, cheddar, Swiss, pepper jack, provolone or bleu cheese. It’s served with a dill pickle (the perfect tangy balance to the creamy cheese on this tasty burger) and your choice of house chips, potato salad, tater tots or fries. Order from Ray J’s now.
My Burger flips burgers “good enough to bring a man-tear to your eye,” and we tend to agree. The simple goodness of the California Burger will definitely bring out the surfer in you. Choose a single or double patty with lettuce, tomatoes and mayo on a brown buttered bun. Order delivery from My Burger in the Twin Cities now.
An Irish twist on the classic American burger, the Guinness Burger from Park Tavern is served between two potato cakes with Welsh cheese sauce and topped with an onion ring. It’s like a cheesy shepherd’s pie without the veggies (even better!). Order a Guinness Burger for delivery now.
There’s nothing like ordering a delicious burger to your home when you just don’t feel like getting out of bed or up off the couch. Cue the Hangover Burger from Burger Jones in Minneapolis. Boasting bacon, cheddar, hot sauce and a fried egg on an English muffin, it’s a hearty meal that will satisfy the hungriest of appetites. Whether it’s weekend brunch or a late-night dinner, order one for delivery now.
Chipotle Turkey Burger
With the decadent toppings on this turkey burger from Bunny’s Bar & Grill, you won’t even miss the beef! A half-pound lean turkey patty is grilled and topped with applewood bacon, avocado, lettuce, tomato and jalapeño mayonnaise and served on a homestyle bun. For sides, choose from fries, chips, coleslaw, cottage cheese fruit or veggies. And you can get it all delivered.
The “Max” Cheeseburger
A fresh, half-pound beef patty is grilled to perfection and laid upon a bakery fresh bun in the aptly named “Max” Burger from Maxwell’s American Pub. Select your temperature and choose between Swiss, American, cheddar, provolone or pepper jack cheese to make it your own. All burgers are served with seasoned kettle chips, tater tots, fries, veggies and dip, coleslaw or hash browns. Order from Maxwell’s in Minneapolis now.
We’ve rounded up the Twin Cities’ most delicious delivery burgers to help you narrow down your search. So, which will you choose?