Best Of Tucson®

Best Burger


"They" said a $10 burger would never fly in the Old Pueblo, but don't tell that to the crowds at Zinburger. Choose the Kobe burger ($14) or the basic Sam's burger that's topped with Nueske's maple bacon, American cheese and Thousand Island dressing ($10). Then again, you can build your own burger, adding any number of interesting toppings. Of course, for those who eschew red meat, there's the chicken sandwich ($9) and the "almost famous" veggie burger ($9). The sides are unique—zucchini fries, anyone?—and savory. Even the salads are killer: The ahi tuna is a fave ($13). Opt for one of the tasty shakes or something from the well-thought-out wine list as a beverage (there's a full bar, too), and you've got yourself some "fine" dining.

Runners up:

2. In-n-Out Burger

3711 E. Broadway Blvd.

(800) 786-1000

8180 N. Cortaro Road

(800) 786-1000,

3. Fuddruckers

6118 E. Speedway Blvd.