Joe’s Farm Grill 3000 E. Ray Road

Joe’s Farm Grill 3000 E. Ray Road 480-563-4745, joesfarmgrill.com

 

Local Burger

First Place: Joe’s Farm Grill 

3000 E. Ray Road

480-563-4745, joesfarmgrill.com

How fresh and local is the meat that goes into the burgers at Joe’s Farm Grill? One day, you’re tippin’ the cows, the next you’re eatin’em. 

Well, that might be a slight exaggeration, but the Farm Grill prides itself on sourcing the freshest ingredients to create common food done uncommonly well. They use local, all-natural beef for their burgers.

The real question is which among the half-dozen or so offered will best satisfy your palate. How about the BBQ Bacon Blue Burger, with thick-cut applewood-smoked bacon, blue cheese, hand-breaded onion ring and slathered with Joe’s Real BBQ sauce? 

They’re not all-beef burgers. Try the stuffed lamb burger, a half-pound of ground lamb stuffed with goat cheese and fresh herbs, grilled red onion slice, tomato, pickles and Greek ranch sauce.

It’s sure to be a moo-ving experience.

Second Place: Zinburger

344 N. Gilbert Road, Gilbert

480-387-5000, zinburgeraz.com

Third Place: The HUB Grill and Bar

1860 S. Stapley Drive, Mesa

480-494-2699, hubgrill.com

 

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