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These Are Philly's 20 Most Ordered Burgers, According to GrubHub

See which burgers Philadelphians are grubbing on in the privacy of their own homes.

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Bareburger's endlessly customizable burgers grab the top spot.
Bareburger's endlessly customizable burgers grab the top spot.
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In Eater Philly's informal burger delivery poll, 59% of voters so far have said that burgers are a food best enjoyed in a restaurant setting. Even so, there are times when you can't manage to get away from your desk or can't be bothered to put on pants, yet the siren song of a good burger will not be denied. So as Burger Week rolls on, we asked our friends at online ordering wonderland GrubHub to pull from their data stores to tell us which burgers Philadelphians are ordering the most. Here are the results:

Top 20 Most Ordered Burgers on GrubHub:

  1. Bareburger - Be My Burger ($8.80)
  2. Axis Pizza - Cheese Burger ($5.05)
  3. CJ & Eck's Sports Bar and Grill - Bacon Cheeseburger ($8.50)
  4. Millie's Burgers, Steaks & Shakes - Cheeseburger ($4)
  5. Sketch - Sirloin Beef Burger ($7.99)
  6. Not Just Pizza - Bacon Cheeseburger ($6.75)
  7. Del Rossi's Cheesesteak Co. - Bacon Cheeseburger ($6.75)
  8. Marathon - Marathon Burger ($11.50)
  9. Brandywine Pizza - Cheeseburger Platter ($11.99)
  10. Steak N' Shakes - 8 oz. Bacon Cheeseburger ($4.75)
  11. Ed's Buffalo Wings and Pizza - Bacon Cheeseburger ($4.99)
  12. Logan Square Pizza & Grill - Cheeseburger ($5.65)
  13. Baby Blues BBQ - The Willie Brown Burger ($10.95)
  14. Oregon Steaks - Bacon Cheeseburger ($6.50)
  15. Village Whiskey - 8 oz. Village Burger ($14.39)
  16. Lazo's Pizza & Grill - Cheeseburger ($6.95)
  17. Rosario's Pizzeria - Bacon Cheeseburger ($7)
  18. Bourbon and Branch - 5 oz. Burger ($5)
  19. Nick's Charcoal Pit - Hamburger ($6)
  20. Bourbon Blue - Bourbon Blue Burger ($11.50)

And while they were digging around in their numbers, GrubHub also found a few other burgers of note in Philly:

Among the priciest options available are Village Whiskey's Whiskey King Burger ($28.69) and Prime Stache's Oscar Burger ($16). Not surprisingly, they both include some luxurious ingredients, like foie and crab. But in the case of the Whiskey King, you'll save a few bucks by heading to the restaurant to eat it (it's regularly offered at $26, sans fries).

And while most burgers might stick to basic topping options like cheese and bacon, there are a number of more unique selections to be found. Bareburger has lots of out-there combinations, including the Wiki Wiki Burger ($11.90), a wild boar burger whose toppings include duck bacon, chickpea onions, and pineapple relish. Spencer ETA Burger's Ultimate Spencer Burger ($8.50) features poached apples and caramelized red onion-raspberry herb ketchup, among other things. And for pure grubby indulgence, Hunting Park's Route 23 Cafe offers a Five Cheese Mac Burger ($10) topped with mac and cheese and onion rings.

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