You Can Get Awarding-Winning Burgers Piled To The Sky At This Spot In Tennessee
Burgers and booze on deck.
When it comes to burgers, some would say the messier the better. If beef patties stacked high with unthinkable toppings sounds like your dream meal, you're going to love this popular eatery in Tennessee. Some of the best burgers in Memphis are found here, featuring ooey-gooey goodness piled high.
LBOE (AKA Last Burger on Earth) has the self-proclaimed "best burgers in Memphis," serving up handmade, fresh-never-frozen ground loaded with one-of-a-kind twists.
You'll find mind-blowing creations like the "Fatty Melt" which literally features grilled cheese sandwiches as buns to house your choice of turkey, ground beef or veggie patties, white and yellow American cheeses, hardwood smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato and dill pickle.
They've also got the iconic "burger" featuring a juicy beef patty smothered in house-made cheesy pasta with hardwood smoked bacon bits.
You can even dig into an award-winning concoction because their exclusive "Benedict Burger" won the 2017 World Food Championship.
This bad boy comes with a beef/pork sausage blended patty, arugula, smoked gouda, hardwood smoked bacon, a poached egg, hollandaise, paprika and chives on a toasted brioche bun.
Additional specialties include the "BOMB" with bleu cheese crumbles, sauteed onions, baby portabella mushrooms and bacon.
The classic LBOE burger is crafted with Havarti cheese, roasted garlic cream cheese, bacon, green chilis and corn chips.
No matter which creation you choose, you can wash it all down with uniqueincluding The Spike with Western Son prickly pear vodka, El Jimador Blanco, margarita mix and orange juice and Southern Peach Tea with peach vodka, Southern Comfort, sour and cranberry juice.
They've also got rare finds for wine and bubbly so when it's safe to go outside and try new eats, this should definitely be your first spot.
Last Burger On Earth (LBOE)
Address: 2021 Madison Ave., Memphis, TN
Why You Need To Go: Grub on some of the gooiest, greasiest burgers in that state at this championship-winning spot in downtown Memphis.