Delaware Food & Dining March 04, 2018
This Delaware Restaurant Serves The Most Ridiculous Burgers And You’ll Want To Try Them
There’s nothing better than a burger… except maybe a ridiculously huge burger made with a full pound of hamburger and piled high with bacon and onion rings. If an incredibly tasty burger like that is what you’re craving, you need to head to Klondike Kate’s.
Klondike Kate's is located on Newark's Main Street in a gorgeous, historic building.
Built in 1880, this three-story building has served as a jail, barber shop, flower shop, and even as a gas station. In 1972, it became Klondike Kate's. The address here is 158 E. Main Street, Newark.
You'll love the historic ambiance of this cozy restaurant and saloon.
From the gleaming hardwood floors to the exposed brick walls, Klondike Kate's is a truly beautiful place to dine.
The bar was brought in from the old Wilmington Railroad Station.
With a full-service bar, you'll enjoy just about every drink you can imagine.
But the real draw at Klondike Kate's? The burgers.
These aren't just hamburgers — they're works of art! Every burger is made with Angus beef and piled high with quality toppings. The menu includes seven different burgers, including a black bean burger for those who want to avoid meat.
The Call An Uber Burger is the crown jewel of the menu, but you'll need to bring a huge appetite with you in order to finish it all.
This burger includes a full pound of Angus beef, onion rings, applewood smoked bacon, sauteed mushrooms, lettuce, and tomatoes. This burger is not for the faint-hearted, that's for sure.
The Sunny Side Burger is perfect for brunch, or anytime you feel like breakfast food.
The Sunny Side includes a fried egg, hash browns, bacon, and American cheese.
If you're not in the mood for a burger, the menu is full of other fabulous entrees.
From the New York Strip, covered in crispy onions, to the chicken parmigiana, there's something on the menu for every taste.
Klondike Kate's is a great spot to hang out with friends and enjoy a drink and a burger. It's open seven days a week.
Visit Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.; Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.
What’s your favorite burger at Klondike Kate’s?
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