10 Bizarre Burgers From Around the Country (and the World)
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Mac Attack Rockit Burger Bar
Cheese goes with everything, and by extension mac 'n' cheese goes with everything. So why not use it as a burger bun? That's what Rockit Burger Bar did last month, but the crazy Chicago creation also had a couple other unexpected additions: scallions and Sriracha ketchup. Unfortunately, it was only a weekly special, but for another mac 'n' cheeseburger mash-up, head to NYC's Go Burger. A juicy beef patty is topped with an even bigger patty of fried mac. Sandwiched between them are caramelized onions, bacon, cheddar cheese, and housemade smoked ketchup. Both of these burgers just might be all your comfort food dreams come true.
Caviar Burger Serendipity 3
Known for holding the Guinness World Record for the world's most expensive ice cream sundae, priced at $1,000, Serendipity 3 has several other extravagant options on its menu. A stand-out on the regular menu is the caviar burger topped with sour cream and cucumber slices. Since a lot of typical burgers in the city with no frills and nothing to write home about can be priced at $10 or $12, the $18.50 this burger will set you back is actually a pretty good deal.
iBurger (Facebook) Sushi turned from a traditional roll into a sandwich.
Sushi Burger iBurger
You may have seen a salmon burger on a menu or two, especially in coastal locales, but how about salmon tartare? At Montreal's iBurger the raw fish patty is the pièce de résistance of this strange sushi burger. It's lightly spiced and served between two rice patties. It has fresh toppings of seaweed salad, mango, avocado, and lemon and is completed with a wasabi vinaigrette.