When the owners of The Company Burger were choosing suppliers, they spared no effort to find the best, and ended up with Creekstone Farms from Kansas for the beef, and Wisconsin’s Nueske’s for the hot dogs. They make some condiments in-house, and the meticulous preparation shows.
Company set out to offer the consummate American cheeseburger, and succeeds on every count. The classic comes with American cheese, house made bread and butter pickles, and red onions. Note to Company? Add a dill option. Thank you.
The onion ring stack was superb, but I’d like a larger order.
The beef blend that the owners devised with the Creekstone is absolutely perfect, very flavorful, probably a brisket, chuck, short rib blend, with just the righ amount of fat.
They have tots, sweet potato fries and pork rinds, with a large compliment of local craft beers along side some national brands and cocktails.
Switch it up if you’re in the mood with a lamb or turkey patty; eschew meat? Try the grilled cheese.
The Company Burger is located at 4600 Freret uptown, and open every day at 11 AM, except Tuesday when they take a break. December 2015 update, a 2nd location is now serving downtown at Girod and Rampart, open every day at 11 AM.