Celebrate National Cheeseburger Day in Charleston, SC

Explore these 9 burger places around town to celebrate in style.


We’re ready to dig into this Sesame burger ASAP.

Photo by @sesameburgers, @visitnorthcharleston

Happy (almost) National Cheeseburger Day, Charleston. We know we’re not the only one’s looking to celebrate the upcoming holiday on Sun., Sept. 18, right?

Deciding on a burger joint in our foodie town is nothing short of a daunting task. We’re here to help you out with a few options around town. 🍔

Heavy’s Barburger | 1137 Morrison Dr.
Head to this burger joint that opened in the former Tattooed Moose location on the peninsula a few months ago for quarter-pound smash burgers paired with local craft beer.

BlackOut Burger | Locations vary
Check this food truck’s weekly schedule on Instagram and Facebook to find Chef Cam at local spots like Bevi Bene Brewing Co., Hobcaw Brewing Co., and The Whale.

Poe’s Tavern | 2210 Middle St., Sullivan’s Island
Burgers named after Edgar Allen Poe’s stories like “The Tell-Tale Heart” can be found on the menu, piquing your interest and not falling short with rich + juicy taste.

Tattooed Moose | Locations vary
Order the brunch burger + duck fat fries and thank us later.

Rutledge Cab Co. burger.

Anyone else running to Rutledge Cab Co. to try this delicious burger?

Photo by @larrymonteith

Rutledge Cab Co. | 1300 Rutledge Ave.
If you can’t make it on Sunday, every Monday night is Burger Night, featuring a flat-top burger + fries for $8.95.

Sesame Burgers and Beer | Locations vary
In the mood for bunless? No problem. Want a chicken burger? Done. Swing by on Tuesdays for a BYO burger starting at $5.

Bohemian Bull | 1531 Folly Rd.
This spot’s Instagram bio reads: “For the love of burgers, bourbon, & beer.Enough said.

Edmund’s Oast | 1081 Morrison Dr.
Grab an Edmund’s Oast Cheeseburger and take your pick of indoor or outdoor dining.

The Knot Burger Pub | 208 E. 5th North Street, Summerville
Check out the Burchy Burger featuring single, double, or triple 1/4 lb burgers. Don’t forget the fried mushrooms.

Heads up: This isn’t an all-encompassing list. Lucky for us, we’ve got plenty of burger options in the Holy City + these are just a few.

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