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  • 6 1/2 Ounces ground beef
  • Kosher salt, to taste
  • 1 slice yellow American cheese
  • 2 slices hickory-smoked bacon, baked*
  • 1 hamburger bun
  • 1 slice Spanish onion
  • 1 kosher dill pickle spear
  • 1 leaf lettuce (optional)
  • 3 slices tomato (optional)


Mold the ground beef gently into a ½-inch-thick hamburger patty. Do not overhandle the meat. Heat a nonstick griddle over medium-high heat until hot. Place the burger down and season generously with salt. Sear for up to 4 minutes without moving. Flip the burger and sear for another 4 minutes without moving or touching (never press a hamburger).

Place the cheese on top of the burger patty and let the steam from the burger patty melt the cheese. Arrange the cooked bacon slices on top and serve on a bun with the onion slice underneath and a pickle. Top with the lettuce and tomato, if desired.

Nutritional Facts


Calories Per Serving900

Folate equivalent (total)93µg23%

Riboflavin (B2)0.5mg31.3%

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Crossroads Chef and Owner Tal Ronnen drew inspiration for the Crossroads Impossible Burger from SoCal staple In-N-Out. This plant-based meat burger features lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, Crossroads housemade sauce, vegan cheese which is available upon request, all on a toasted bun and is served with truffle fries. The simple approach allows the flavors and texture of the Impossible Foods &lsquomeat&rsquo patty to shine through without overcomplicating the overall experience.

SunCafe&rsquos, the Studio City restaurant that combines a variety of raw and vegan cuisine, most popular sandwich/burger at is the Tempeh Burger. The vegan burger features a rich and savory marinated tempeh patty, topped with house-made chipotle cashew mayo, mixed greens, avocado and pickled radishes. Guests have the option of two bun choices: whole wheat or gluten-free rice flour a lettuce wrap, or house buckwheat raw bun/cracker.

Along with serving grass-fed beef burgers, Burgerlords came up with a recipe for a vegan burger that that tasted fresh and wasn’t meant to imitate meat. Their Housemade Vegan Burgers, which sell out every day at both their Chinatown and Highland Park locations, are made from scratch every day in house, from a custom blend of vegetables, nuts and spices. The burger is topped with vegan cheese and Thousand Island dressing from Follow Your Heart.

Opened in 2009, Locali is an innovative and healthy quick service restaurant brand based in Los Angeles that enables consumers to access a curated selection of organic and natural food products on the go. Their deli menu of soups, salads, sandwiches, snacks and smoothies can be had at their Hollywood, Venice, Localita & The Badasserie in DTLA and new West Hollywood locations. Along with The Cadillac burger, The Daddy Mac is a vegan patty topped with Russian dressing, lettuce, tomato, onion and relish on a sprouted grain English muffin.

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Mohawk Bend is a restaurant in bar in trendy Echo Park bringing guests fresh, locally-sourced food (both vegan and non-vegan) and drink. Located in a retrofitted 100-year old Vaudeville theater, the restaurant features an open kitchen and 72 taps of craft beer along with six stainless steel wine taps. One of ther most popular veggie/vegan options is the Southwestern Vegan. On top of a housemade vegan patty, the burger includes arugula, avocado, tomato, crispy onions and jalapeno aioli served on potato bun.

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Opened by Dave Whitton in DTLA&rsquos burgeoning South Park neighborhood, Prank is an open-air bar serving burgers, tacos and signature cocktails. Along with their full menu, one of their favorite vegan burger is the Fatfower Burgette. Made with organic cauliflower, the burger is topped with sriracha sweet chili sauce, caramelized onions, lettuce, tomato, garlic aioli, and served on a brioche bun. The burger is served with a medley of frites consisting of kennebec potatoes, sweet potatoes, house made ketchup and fresh parsley.

Situated in Silver Lake adjacent to 365 by Whole Foods, by CHLOE is a vegan fast casual concept offering vegan takes of comfort food classics including veggie burgers, salads, non-dairy ice cream, pastas, juices and more. Along with a full breakfast menu, pastries, salads sandwiches and more, a guest favorite since its opening in May 2016 has been their Guac Burger. The Guac Burger is a black bean-quinoa-sweet potato patty, topped with corn salsa, onion, gauc, tortilla chips and chipotle aioli served in a whole grain bun.

(credit: R+D Kitchen Montana Avenue)

Part of the Hillstone Restaurant Group, R+D Kitchen is a lively and bustling restaurant on Montana Ave. serving American fare and craft cocktails. A favorite with Santa Monica locals, the walk-in only spot is known for their crispy chicken sandwich but also serves a number of sandwiches, salads and full entrees at dinner service. Their Veggie Burger mixes lightly toasted brown rice, mushrooms, sautéed seasonal vegetables and almonds to create a juicy patty. The burger is topped with melted jack cheese and served on a soft sesame seed bun.

Chef John Gladish invites guests to indulge in creative pub fare with tap beers and craft cocktails. The veggie burger option on the menu, is their Alternative Burger. Made from chickpeas, brown rice, carrot, soy sauce, onion, peanut butter, sunflower seeds, herbs, tahini, oat flour, salt and pepper, the patty comes on a bun with alfalfa sprouts, tomato, avocado, and a lemon herb aioli.

Doma Kitchen offers an international-inspired cuisine with an emphasis on Eastern European and Central Asian techniques. All dishes are prepared from scratch with housemade spices using farmer market fresh, seasonal and quality ingredients. Created by Chef Kristina Miksyte, their Veggie Falafel Burger is made with a housemade falafel veggie patty topped with arugula, veggie ragu, garlic spread and served on a brioche bun.

Home of the Caffe Cubano, Black Dog Coffee has been the Miracle Mile neighborhood coffee cafe for almost 20 years. Their Field Roast Vegan Burger is made from a hand formed Vegan patty, which contains no soy, and topped with spicy sriracha veganaise, vegan cheese slice, lettuce, tomato, pickle chips, avocado and thin cucumber slices for a little crunch. A customer favorite, the burger is served on a five-grain roll, onions can be added on request.

The burger stand with five locations across L.A. serves burgers, chicken, hot dogs, shakes, frozen custard, beer, wine and more. Veggie lovers can order the ‘Shroom Burger here, which starts with a portobello mushroom roasted low and slow that is crisp-fried and filled with melted muenster and cheddar cheeses, topped with lettuce, tomato and ShackSauce&trade.

With 14 fast-casual style locations across the greater Los Angeles area, Farmer Boys is known for burgers, made-from-scratch breakfast all day, hand-chopped salads and specialty sandwiches. For a great burger, opt for the Vegetarian Market Burger. The veggie patty includes six different vegetables (sweet potatoes, carrots, zucchini, squash, celery and spinach) and is topped with tomato, lettuce, dill pickles, sliced onions and thousand island dressing on a sesame seed bun. Making the Market Burger 100% vegan is simple: just omit the thousand-island dressing.

Combining traditional Southern cuisine with contemporary elements is what chef Gioulian Jones strives to provide his guests. Their Beet burger is a house-blended vegetarian burger with roasted wild forest mushrooms, served on a brioche bun with apple cabbage slaw and housemade rhubarb ketchup. Pair it with one of their 76 wines by the glass or a variety of southern cocktails and craft beers.

This laid-back beachy sports bar serves up their Venice Beach Burger which was created by Surfside&rsquos founding chef, Jesse Guiterrez. The housemade tempeh, lentil and walnut vegan patty is topped with heirloom tomato, bibb lettuce, vegan mayo and is served on a vegan bun.

The Counter® offers a fresh, unconventional approach to creating the ultimate burger, offering over a million possible burger combinations with a choice from eight proteins, 11 distinct cheeses, 33 signature toppings, 20 unique sauces and 11 types of buns or fresh greens. Try their Impossible Burger as a burger or their Impossible Salad. Their signature Impossible Burger comes complete with herbed goat cheese, tomatoes, grilled red onions, mixed greens, spicy tomato jam, and Dijon balsamic on an English muffin.


You’re going to want to season those flattened meat spheres.

A mix of salt and pepper is excellent, or maybe you like to use seasoned salt.

I’ve always got whatever I use ready in a dredge to shake with some style all over everything.

Steak seasoning also works well if you’ve never tried it before.

Once those burgers are almost ready, you’re going to grab that spatula and flip them, babies, over.

Give them about a minute and place slices of cheese on them.

American cheese is the way to go with smashed burgers for its special melty qualities but if you wanna get fancy try Manchego.

If you’ve got a steaming or a cheese melting dome, now is the time to break it out.

Cover them and maybe even drop some water around the perimeter to kick up some steam to speed up the process.

All that’s left now is to assemble your sandwich.

Remember, don’t cut corners at the end, always use great bread.

I use Martin’s Potato Rolls.

They’re not available everywhere but you can grab some from amazon.

Burgers & Handhelds

All burgers are available w/a Gluten Free Option & include our specialty seasoned fries. Substitute a pretzel bun for 99¢. Substitute Cajun Fries or Battered Onion Rings for 1.79. Add a patty to any burger for 3.00. Add a Fried Egg for 99¢.


BACON CHEDDAR Hickory smoked bacon / aged cheddar / mayo / fresh lettuce & tomato / buttery brioche bun. 10.99
Pair w/Bell’s Two Hearted Ale. Chef recommends onion rings.

CADILLAC BURGER Roasted garlic & onion spread / Swiss Cheese / wine spiked mushrooms & onions / truffle butter. 11.29
Pair w/Perrin Golden Ale. Chef recommends Cajun fries.

STEAKHOUSE BURGER Mayo / fresh lettuce / tomato / buttery brioche bun. 8.99
Chef recommends onion rings.

PRETZEL BURGER Hickory smoked bacon / aged cheddar / fried egg / mayo / fresh lettuce / tomato / onion / pickle / gourmet pretzel bun. 10.99. Chef recommends onion rings.

IMPOSSIBLE SWISS BURGER Plant based / Swiss / garlic aioli / onion ring / buttery brioche bun. 12.99

11. Smith & Wollensky: Open since the 1970s

This high-end American steakhouse is one for the books. Not only has it garnered just about every award known to the restaurant industry, but the building in which it was first established has served as a steakhouse since 1897&mdashwhich is one of the reasons the restaurant is able to dry-age its steaks in-house. (Not only is this method the most time-consuming and expensive way to age beef, but most places these days just don&rsquot have the space that was allotted to steakhouses back then.)

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