Los Angeles is a burger town. Allegedly, the cheeseburger was invented in Pasadena in 1926 when Lionel Sternberger accidentally dropped some cheese on the grill, and the rest is history. Now, there’s a great burger in practically every neighborhood whether it's a classic old-school cheeseburger with lettuce, tomatoes, and pickles, or a double smash burger with crispy edges and melted cheese.
Here now are seven of the hottest new burgers in Los Angeles, from a thick wagyu patty at a Beverly Hills curry shop to an Arts District pop-up adding aji sauce. For the legacy picks that have shaped the burger ecosystem, look to Eater’s list of essential LA burgers here.Read More