Thanksgiving Burgers Are the Latest Holiday Trend

If you haven't seen these at your local burger place by now, then they're behind in the times.
11/25/2013 03:37 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

The Thanksgiving Burger is everywhere. It's become a thing. If you haven't seen it at your local burger place by now, then they're either behind in the times, or are in the process of making one. Spectacular Turkey Day burgers have many different factors, like the house-made ingredients and always, and of course, the turkey patties. The one thing they all have in common; a ton of stuff piled on top. So whatever your pleasure, I assure you, you'll find it. This fatty-tastic food has spread across the country, and it's time to give your verdict. Here are a few I've found on my Turkey journey. Would you try one?

Slater's 50/50

Slater's has six locations in southern California and each one features this November-only burger. Made with a turkey patty, it's topped with house-made brioche dressing, scratch-made cranberry sauce, turkey gravy and sage mayo on a honey wheat bun. You can get one for $9.95.

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Owned by Marky-Mark himself and his brothers Donnie and Chef Paul Wahlberg, Wahlburgers is in Hingham, Massachusetts. They make their Thanksgiving burger with fresh ground seasoned turkey, house-made stuffing, Paul's orange cranberry sauce, roasted butternut squash, and mayo. It's priced at $7.95.

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The Corner Office

In Denver, Colorado's The Corner Office, you'll find Thanksgiving sliders! That's right, mini-versions of the feast itself. Served at their bar on "Black Wednesday" the night before Thanksgiving, these lil' guys are $5 each and contain roasted turkey breast, mashed potatoes, house-made cranberry sauce, and turkey confit gravy.

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Burger Deluxe

Visit Burger Deluxe in Wayne, New Jersey, where their specialty burger is topped with stuffing, homemade cranberry sauce, and pumpkin mashed potatoes. Get it as a meal with a side salad for $15.95.

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Jake's Wayback Burgers

In Newark, Delaware, Jake's Wayback Burger's Thanksgiving burger is made with a turkey patty, topped with stuffing, cranberry sauce and mayo and is priced at a cool $5.49.

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The Counter Custom Built Burgers

With various locations in the US, the notorious build-your-own-burger spot, The Counter, has hopped on the holiday train by creating their own turkey burger, called, "Not Your Granny's Turkey Burger". This one is made with 1/3 lb. of seasoned turkey patty, baby spinach, dried cranberries, sliced red onions, made-to-order sweet potato hash, a slice of maple-glazed ham, and rosemary cream sauce. This beauty of gluttony is all yours for $10.50.


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