I’ve always considered myself easy to please when it comes to burgers. As long as my beef is cooked well, and the tomato isn’t white and grainy, I’m satisfied. Lately, though, I’ve eaten two DELICIOUS burgers in the Charleston area, and I want to share them with you.
Also, something I’ve recently realized is that I like two thin patties on a burger rather than one giant one. I’m also a fan of garlic aioli; it adds so much extra flavor to a burger!
After we visited Magnolia Plantation & Gardens a few weeks ago, we stopped for lunch at Edmund’s Oast Brewery in downtown Charleston. They were serving brunch, but I ordered their cheeseburger. I expected it to be good. I did not expect it to be nearly as delicious as it was!
Wow! Just wow!
The menu didn’t tell me that the burger would be two thin patties, but I was so excited when our server brought it out. I would highly recommend the Edmund’s Oast Brewery burger if you’re over there. It was one of the best I’ve had in Charleston, a close second to the burger I had a couple weeks later…
Ryan and I spent last Saturday morning having couples’ photos made in downtown Charleston (our two-year wedding anniversary is coming up), and when we were done, both of us were starving. We ducked into one of the closest restaurants that didn’t have a long wait: Blind Tiger Pub. We’ve been there once or twice before, but years ago. (Fun Fact: it’s said to be one of the most haunted building in all of Charleston). They were really busy, and we had to wait on our food for a while, but their burger was 100% worth the wait! Again, two thin patties, some sort of aioli, and delicious, crispy fries. I demolished it in minutes!
It’s easily one of the best burgers I’ve had in Charleston. I would definitely check it out! Plus, Blind Tiger is such a unique restaurant with so much history, and I would recommend it to anyone visiting Charleston.
Happy Friday, y’all, and Happy Eating!