6 Places to Get Burgers To-Go in Rhode Island

Ride out the winter with some of these creative twists on the American comfort food classic.

Photo from Chomp Kitchen and Drinks Facebook Page.

This article was created in collaboration with Rhode Island Commerce.

From the familiar to the strange, these restaurants push the boundaries of what a burger is. Bite into a classes cheeseburger or try an inventive patty…pick your favorite in the battle of a delicious burger.

 

Crazy Burger

True to its name, Crazy Burger offers some wild twists on the classic burger along with options for every dietary need. Choose from one of their “Mad Max” options such as the Wassuppy Burger, where the beef patty is rubbed in fennel, sesame and wasabi, then topped with brie cheese, onion rings and a wasabi-chipotle mayo. Sample one their vegan options, like the Birdie Mae burger which blends soy-based tempeh with purple sticky rice, sweet potato and rosemary-pumpkin pesto grilled into a tortilla. Another favorite is the Luna Sea burger, a salmon burger topped with pistachio pesto, wrapped in phyllo dough and served with a side of orange-chipotle mayo, which was one of the menu items featured in a 2012 episode of “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.”

How to visit: Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Friday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-7:30 p.m., Sunday. 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Order online for pickup.

The details: 144 Boon St., Narragansett, 401-783-1810, crazyburger.com

 

Harry’s Bar and Burger

With four locations across the state, one of Harry’s delicious, award-winning burgers is never far out of reach. Sold as sliders, each order comes with two small burgers plus the option to add a third. Try the Mother of All Burgers, which tops the Hereford beef patty with hickory-smoked bacon, hearty Portobello mushroom and onion rings for an additional crunch. The Sloppy Harry Chili Burger combines a few American classics: hamburger, chili and sloppy joe all in one. Grab a few extra napkins with this one! Wash it all down with one of their adults only milkshakes.

How to visit: Hours vary at each location. Harry’s in Newport is closed for the season. Order online for take-out.

The details: Harry’s On Main, 121 North Main St., Providence, 401-228-7437; Harry’s on the Hill, 301 Atwells Ave., Providence, 401-228-3336; Harry’s in Lincoln, 200 Front St., Lincoln, 401-475-4017, harrysbarburger.com

 

Chomp Kitchen and Drinks

Come to Chomp with an appetite because these burgers do not mess around. Forget everything you ever knew about burgers. Less surely is not more when you order the Stack Burger, made from two patties with BBQ honey fried chicken, bacon, two kinds of cheese, special house sauce and finally, lettuce and tomato. Chomp also offers an array of fried chicken sandwiches, equally as decadent as their burger menu.

How to visit: Open Wednesday-Thursday, 4-8 p.m., Friday, 4-9 p.m., Saturday, noon-9 p.m., Sunday 12-8 p.m. at the Providence location. Open Wednesday-Sunday, 4-8 p.m. at the Warren location. Pickup and delivery available at both.

The details: 117 Ives St., Providence, 401-537-7556. 440 Child St., Warren, 401-289-2324, chompri.com

 

Stanley’s Famous Hamburgers

Return to the classic burger at Stanley’s historic Central Falls eatery. This restaurant has been bringing Rhode Islanders comfort in burger form since 1932. Stanley’s offers all the tried-and-true favorites, like a bacon cheeseburger or a simple burger with lettuce and tomato, all for under $7. It’s truly a timeless classic.

How to visit: Open Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Call ahead to place your order.

The details: 535 Dexter St., Central Falls, 401-726-9689, stanleyshamburgers.com

 

Providence Burger Bar

Build your own burger or choose from one of the many craft burger options at this Providence staple. If you’re feeling spicy, get the Buffalo Burger, made with buffalo coleslaw, bacon and a blue cheese sauce to mellow out the heat. The Lone Star State burger brings some big Texas flavor to the smallest state with its BBQ pulled pork and crispy onion strings. While burgers are what they do best, the Providence Burger Bar also has cheesesteaks and hot dogs on the menu. Top it all off with a boozy milkshake.

How to visit: Open Sunday-Thursday, 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m., Friday-Saturday, 11:30 a.m.-12 a.m. Order online for pickup.

The details: 161 Douglas Ave., 401-537-7171, providenceburgerbar.com

 

Mission

Serving up mouthwatering burgers in the city by the sea, Mission is open for takeout. Sample one of their house-ground beef burgers, like the Micky D Burger, an upscale version of the guilty pleasure fast-food hamburger, topped with diced onions, sweet pickles and ketchup. The Bacon Cheeseburger has all the classic burger fixings and features the homemade Mission sauce. Add a fried egg to any burger for just $1. Pick up one of their hot dogs too, like the Sauer Dog which has yellow mustard and sauerkraut. Pair your burgers and dogs with crispy, hand cut fries.

How to visit: Open Tuesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Order online for take-out.

The details: 58 Aquidneck Ave., Middletown, 401-324-5811, missionnpt.com