8 Delicious Burgers in Shakopee
May 28 is National Hamburger Day, and Shakopee has plenty of local spots where you can celebrate! Whether you’re looking for a classic burger or something more unique, here’s where you can find delicious burgers this National Hamburger Day (plus every day of the year).
At Dangerfield’s Restaurant, savor the signature half-pound steak burger topped with bacon and smoked gouda and served on a toasted artisan onion roll. The menu also includes a bleu cheese burger, Sonoran BBQ bacon burger, and the Awesome! Burger, which features smoky ghost pepper cheese and avocado.
1583 1st Avenue E; 952-445-2245; dangerfieldsmn.com
Try burger options beyond beef at McCoy’s Copper Pint, which serves a bison burger with bacon-onion marmalade, cheddar, and blue cheese, as well as a turkey burger with smoked gouda and garlic aioli. The menu also features classic and creative takes on beef burgers, ranging from a California burger to the Bomba, which is topped with candied bacon, habañero glaze and a duck wonton.
1710 Crossings Boulevard; 952-456-8643; mccoyscopperpint.com
For a locally-sourced burger, check out Muddy Cow Bar & Grill, where the beef comes from farms within 300 miles. The menu features over a dozen different burgers, ranging from a simple cheeseburger to the poutine-inspired Paul Bunyan burger topped with a jumbo onion ring, cheese curds, and gravy.
1244 Canterbury Road; 952-446-7961; muddycowbar.com/shakopee
Heat lovers should try the Hot Headed Irishman burger at O’Brien’s Public House: it’s loaded with jalapeño bacon, candied jalapeños, smoked pepper jack cheese, and housemade BBQ sauce. Another unique option is Angry’s Burger, which is topped with peanut sauce, cilantro slaw, and sweet chili glaze. The menu is rounded out with a classic pub burger and a dry-aged steak burger.
338 1st Avenue E; 952-217-5490; obrienspublichousemn.com
Ruby’s Family Restaurant offers a $3 off burger special on Sundays—pick from a slew of classic and signature burgers made from fresh Angus beef. If you like a little bit of everything, try the Handyman, which includes bacon, cheddar, provolone, lettuce, ketchup, mayo, sauteed onions, and pickles.
1205 1st Avenue E; 952-445-5131; facebook.com/rubysfamilyrestaurant
Create the burger of your dreams with the Stonebrooke Bar & Restaurant build-your-own burger. Start with a half-pound ground chuck patty cooked to your liking on a brioche bun, and then add your choice of cheese, plus extras like onions, mushrooms, onions, and bacon.
2693 County Road 79; 952-496-3171; stonebrooke.com/restaurant/info
Turtle’s Bar & Grill offers an impressive burger lineup, all made with certified Angus beef patties. Pick from traditional flavor combos like a bacon cheeseburger, or try one of Turtle’s specialty burgers, like the cheese-stuffed Cajun Juicy Lucy.
132 1st Avenue E; 952-445-9668; turtlesbarandgrill.com
Head to Wampach’s for classic diner-style burgers. The menu includes both third-pound burgers and “giant” burgers with half-pound patties.
126 1st Avenue W; 952-445-2721; wampachs.com
After enjoying a burger or two, check out Shakopee’s other attractions. Shakopee is home to Valleyfair (the largest amusement park in the upper Midwest), Canterbury Park, and the Minnesota Renaissance Festival, and is conveniently located to area attractions including Mystic Lake Casino, the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, and Chanhassen Dinner Theater.