Liberty Residents: Relish in National Hamburger DayMay 22, 2021
National Hamburger Day is Friday, May 28th. It’s the perfect way to kick-off Memorial Day Weekend. A Cheesy-Going Holiday Hamburgers are an American staple. Hamburgers, however, were originally called “Hamburg Sausages” and originated in Germany circa 1758. The “hamburger sandwich” steadily increased in popularity after an 1896 article was published on them in the Chicago Tribune. In 1921, burger chain White Castle opened. Their sliders immediately took off, sparking a craze that inspired McDonald’s, Five Guys, and Steak ‘N Shake. Celebrate National Hamburger Day by grilling, ordering, and eating some burgers. Top it with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and/or onions. Meat the Best Burgers in Baltimore: Liberty Harbor East residents, be sure to check out some of Baltimore’s best burgers: Sally O’s Highlandtown’s Sally O’s serves mouth-watering hamburgers. Specifically, their “Smash Burger” is a must-order. For $16, you will sink your teeth into perfectly smoked meats (short rib, brisket, and patties), topped with lettuce, pickles, American cheese, and a secret sauce. Not into beef? You can also get their signature Smash Burger with an Impossible patty. Fuisine Fuisine’s “Double Smash Burger” is composed of two thin patties, melted cheddar cheese, and spicy pickles. If you’re in Canton, you should also try their “Ramp Burger” and the “What’s Beef Burger.” Many claim these are some of the best burgers that they’ve “ever had.” Abbey Burger Abbey Burger has locations in Federal Hill and Fells Point. There’s something for everyone here, including their: Peanut Butter Burger, Veggie Burger, Spicy Korean Duck Burger, and Lamb Burger. Abbey Burger also offers classic, cherry-smoked angus burgers with various toppings. Be sure to add some of their delectable waffle fries to your order! Fuzzies Burgers Fuzzies handmakes and smashes their burgers. They’re topped with the freshest ingredients, including an array of cheeses, bacon, pepper jelly, onions and pickles. Stop by their various pop-up locations and order their “Fuzzy,” “Hot Fuzz,” or “Basic-B.” Clark Burger Clark Burger in nearby Little Italy has it all. They have 11 pre-made hamburgers and a “build-your-own burger” option. If you’re craving breakfast, try their “Wake N Bacon Burger,” or, enjoy their non-beef and vegetarian options if that’s more your speed. Harbor East Deli Just down the street, Harbor East Deli fries up the classics, with their beef, turkey, and veggie burgers. Make it your own and top it off with cheese, bacon, and/or mushrooms. Don’t Forget About Memorial Day Weekend Memorial Day Weekend starts off barbecue season. Luckily, Liberty Harbor East offers various grilling stations near our cabanas and infinity pool. Spend the day by our beautiful poolside with family, friends, and good hamburgers. Be sure to share your creations with us at @LibertyHarborEast. Happy National Hamburger Day, everyone.