10 Bizarre Burgers From Around the Country (and the World)
Brie and Spicy Fried Shrimp Burger Disney World's Polynesian Resort
Disney resorts offer everything you or your family could want in a fantasy getaway, and that includes some pretty wacky burger combinations. At Disney World, you can find the PB&J Burger with jalapenos and bacon at the ESPN Club, and Disneyland's Carthay Circle Restaurant and Lounge has Kobe beef cheek sliders with red bell pepper marmalade. But strangest of all might be the surf 'n' turf mash-up at Kona Café in the Polynesian Resort. The grilled Angus chuck burger is topped with spicy fried shrimp, black garlic aioli, and a thick slice of brie.
S'mores Burger River City Café
If you think there's only one dessert-burger hybrid, you'd be wrong. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is home to the S'mores Burger with toppings better placed on an ice cream sundae than a greasy patty of ground meat. The burger is oozing with peanut butter, Nutella, and marshmallow cream -- a combo no doubt first cooked up at 2 a.m. to satisfy a THC-induced craving of epically weird proportions. Prefer an all-desert version? Cook up Hubert Keller's, which uses puff pastry, heavy cream, bittersweet chocolate, and a homemade marshmallow patty.
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The DB "Royale" Double Truffle Burger db Bistro Moderne
Chef Daniel Boulud's burger is about as decadent as it gets without going too overboard (if you disagree, check out the $666 Douche Burger). But if you think "double truffle" is the indulgent part, think again. The burger patty is stuffed with red-wine braised short ribs and foie gras. Then it's garnished with a mix of root vegetables, black truffle preserves, and handful of fresh black truffles.