Take This Ohio Burger Trail For A Tasty Road Trip That Will Leave You Happy And Full
Ohio is very serious about its burgers—and we’re grateful for that.
Nothing hits the spot like a juicy, perfectly topped burger. It’s an art that not every burger joint can perfect. From the unsuspecting hole-in-the-wall to the famous, local fast food joint, there’s a delicious burger trail here in Ohio that we know you’ll want to follow. The next time you find yourself craving a juicy, flavorful burger, considering hitting the road and taking our Ohio burger trail for the best burgers in the Buckeye State.
With a total round-trip of just a little less than 5 hours, you can easily travel this burger trail over the course of a couple of days. For exact addresses and a Google Map of the trip, click here.
Would you take this Ohio burger trail? What other burgers in Ohio should be added to this trip? Let us know what you think!
For more delicious burgers in Ohio, check out our previous article: Some Of Ohio’s Best Burgers Are Hiding In This Back Alley Hole-In-The-Wall.
Ohio Burger Trail
Where can I find the best burger in Ohio?
It is difficult to determine where you can get the best burger in Ohio. In addition to the restaurants featured in this road trip, there are several local burger restaurants in Ohio you can’t go wrong with. Some popular local burger joints include Zip’s Cafe in Cincinnati, Sumburger in Chillicothe, and even B-Spot Burgers in Cleveland, which is a small chain. Additionally, Ohio is home to one of the oldest burger joints in America. Kewpee Hamburgers in Lima is a little-known legend in the fast food world and a beloved treasure among locals. It’s Ohio’s oldest burger restaurant and one of the nation’s oldest burger restaurants.
Where can I find the biggest burger in Ohio?
The biggest burger in Ohio is probably The Thurmanator at The Thurman Cafe. It features two 12-oz. burgers and a ton of toppings. There are several other Ohio burgers that are fairly massive in size, but none seem to top the famed burger hiding in German Village. (In fact, most of the burgers on the menu at The Thurman Cafe are massive.) Some other restaurants in Ohio that feature big burgers include Mac & Joe’s Restaurant and Saloon in Oxford, Tank Burger in Dayton, Terry’s Turf Club Burger in Cincinnati and Tilton Hilton in Lakeview.
What other burger restaurants in Ohio should I try?
There are all kinds of delicious Ohio burgers, just waiting for your tastebuds to discover them. Small town diners and local drive-ins are excellent places to find a good burger. Make some time to check out K’s Hamburger Shop in Troy, Carl’s Townhouse in Chillicothe and Swenson’s Drive-in in northeast Ohio. There’s even a rolling cart in Miamisburg called Hamburger Wagon that’s been around for 100 years. (The pickles-and-onions-only sliders at Hamburger Wagon will steal your heart—and your appetite, of course—in an unexpected way.) Whether you find yourself in small town Ohio or in one of The Three Cs, chances are, you’re close to a good burger. Just ask a local or two.