Who Has the Best Burger in Morton Grove?

Where do you go for your local "cheeseburger in paradise?"

This week Patch is on the search for Morton Grove’s best and we need your help. Here are the categories we’re looking for:





Friday: Best Burger

We’re hoping your tips and ideas will fill other community members in on some of Morton Grove’s finest. All you have to do is submit an entry on our Facebook page here (but don’t forget to like us first).

On Saturday, we'll post all the results.

Jacky Liston September 02, 2011 at 08:41 PM
Bringer Inn! And their Monday-Friday Lunch special is a hamburger for just $3 and a cheeseburger for just $4 between 11am and 2pm!
George D. Alpogianis September 03, 2011 at 07:34 PM
Kappy's has the finest burger in town. 100% Certified Angus Beef. Their signature Kappy's Burger with 2 patties, American Cheese, mayo, olives, lettuce and tomato, or the new forerunner, the MOTHERLOAD, a 1/2# burger with aged cheddar, grilled onion, mushrooms, bacon, lettuce tomato & 1000 island dressing!!
JIM September 04, 2011 at 02:33 AM
The GRILL located at Classic Bowl is burgerlicious! Fresh Angus Beef smothered with your choice of cheese - american, swiss, cheddar or mozzarella and topped with fresh lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, mustard & ketchup. You can have it simple with a single 1/3lb patty or make it a double or add bacon or a fried egg - anyway you choose these burgers are superb. The Grill is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC from 11 am - 1 am daily so you can have your burger for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a late night snack. Like The GRILL at facebook.com/thegrillatclassicbowl for daily specials and meal deals.
Mark V. Matz September 08, 2011 at 01:45 PM
We’re lucky to have so many good burger choices. But, I received a letter from a fellow resident (wishing to remain anonymous) who shared memories of our great past dining establishments (Weller’s, Oscar’s, and The Studio) – similar to today’s Wildfire, Maggiano’s, and Bonefish Grill. We can’t bring back these past places or expect those with locations already in proximity to Morton Grove to open here, but we can be open to new ideas! I didn’t know NAHA (one of the five best restaurants in Chicago) is owned by a chef raised in Morton Grove (Carrie Nahabedian). Maybe restaurateurs could be tempted to open locations to join the many “Check Please” type places we have in town. While we have smaller lots than many bigger restaurants require, there are a few spots out there for the right entrepreneur. For larger gatherings, we can hire our local caterers to provide food at the Civic Center (with several meeting rooms and a large banquet hall). Restaurants in The Glen, Golf Mill and Old Orchard facing high rents and low traffic might look at Morton Grove when their leases are up – we’d be happy to have them. I always appreciate hearing new, positive and thoughtful ideas to keep our village moving forward which I’ll pass along to the village’s Economic Development team. I hope those with the ways and means to make something happen will look at our wonderful town and take a chance on us. We're a pretty good bet!


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