Alpharetta residents showed their passion for burgers as they doled out responses and write-in votes to choose the best one in the city.
From chain eateries like BurgerFi to local spots like Coalition Food and Beverage, there were plenty of options to choose from.
But only one spot came out on top. Read below to discover what the best burger is and where to get it, according to those who live in the city.
Voters could choose from six burgers in the poll, two of which were write-in options.
One write-in option, The Brewer’s PB&J burger from Cherry Street Brewpub Halcyon, didn’t earn any votes once added into the poll, so the peanut butter and pepper jam-topped hamburger came in last place. Jekyll Brewing’s write-in entry, however, fared better, landing in fifth place.
The bison-wagyu beef smash burger, which includes white American cheese and comeback sauce among its toppings, garnered 2% of votes after folks called for its inclusion.
Fourth place went to the Bocado burger stack from Bocado Burger. Residents gave 5% of their votes to this simple burger, which is topped with American cheese, B&B pickles and mayo. Third placeholder Coalition Food and Beverage earned 13% of votes for The CFBurger, which is served on a milk bun and cooked medium-well.
The B&B Burger from Butcher & Brew landed in second place. The hamburger, which earned 23% of votes, doesn’t hold back on the cheese: sharp cheddar cheese sauce and American cheese cover the two patties and toppings served at the American gastro sports bar.
The top burger, however, went to The CEO Burger at BurgerFi. Residents gave it 57% of the votes, indicating they couldn’t get enough of the two-patty blend of wagyu and brisket topped with candied bacon-tomato jam among other fixings.
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