Friday, April 15, 2016

Super Duper Burgers | SF, CA

Anyone who knows me well enough will know that I'm a total chicken/fish person and mainly stick to that when I order at restaurants or when I cook at home. While I do like red meat, if I never had it again I'd probably be just fine. With that said, every single time I have a burger, and I mean a good, juicy, dripping in sauces burger, I just about think I died and went to heaven. What is it about them? Thankfullllllyyyy, I often forget just how mouth-watering they are thus limiting my intake but I will be the first to admit that there's just something about Mary burgers.
However, one thing I won't do is spend a lot of money on one. Maybe I'm bitter about my eating experience ending so quickly but I tend to think that things that are over in just a few bites don't deserve astronomical pricing (burgers, pizza, sandwiches, etc). At the same token, I'm not about to run to the nearest dollar menu at Fast Foods & Crap R' Us, Inc. LLC because barf when you couple that with red meat. So a hybrid restaurant of the two has long been my fave for burgers (outside of a dad & a backyard grill, of course). This was reinforced when we started frequenting Little Big Burger in Portland when we lived down the street [2011 post on that place here, funny to see how different I post now]. In San Francisco, the Little Big Burger equivalent is undoubtedly Super Duper Burgers and they are good. Rill' good. Dangerously good.
^Working hard in the art of feeding people.
^I ordered the Super Burger - Add Cheese
^Jay had the Super Burger - No Cheese, Add Bacon
^We obviously enjoyed said burgers with fries since we're not communists.
^Inside Super Duper Burger's Marina Location (cheer up Charlie at the bar!)
^I've had their Veggie Burger before too and it's just as yummy.

The good and bad news is that they also happen to be peppered throughout the city at every GD turn. So I often find myself rounding a block and immediately avoiding eye contact with their siren-song sign like I am passing an old flame I ended poorly with. Because I could eat their fries and burgers all day long. And at their prices, everyone else can too.

We visited The Marina District on Chestnut Street for this post but they are all over the city.

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Samantha said...

Yum! Military Husband loves a good burger. Looks amazing!

Nadine said...

Yum burgers are my favorite!!! I wish I could forget how much I love a burger. I probably have them too often. Haha!

Pat Hatt said...

I never liked burgers, but the cat shreds the buns and then eats the meat. He's found a few on the counter lol

Kate at Green Fashionista said...

Holy deliciousness, this place looks amazing! I'm a big chicken/white meat person too, and could probably live without red meat but the occasional burger like these is just an amazing indulgence <3
Green Fashionista

Brittany said...

Drooling. Absolutely drooling. There is a burger restaurant here in Indy called Bru Burger that might just qualify as last-meal material. Seriously. Gorgeous pictures!

Kristen @ See You In A Porridge said...

ooooh these look so good. i'm kind of the same as you, not big on red meat.. i can't turn down a burger though. unless, like you said it's ridiculously overpriced. c'mon people. but all of these pictures are making me hungry. yum.

Ashley Lillis said...

And now I'm officially hungry! Those burgers sound and look so delicious! I know that I wouldn't be able to pass them up if I had to walk by them all the time. I'm definitely going to look into Little Big Brother for our trip to Portland in May! If you have any other suggestions for restaurants, let me know!

The Siberian American said...

I'm the same as you! In general, I prefer chicken, but I love burgers! This one looks amazing!

Emily @ Martinis | Bikinis said...

I'm the same way as you when it comes to red meat. I much prefer white meat and fish but will take bites of my husbands steak or burgers just to get a taste. These burgers sound delicious and I'd definitely give that place a try even though I tend to go for turkey or vegetarian burgers which you say are just as good. They're not as greasy so therefore not as guilty ;-)

Midnight Cowgirl said...

Those burgers do look good! I'm not much of a burger girl, but I could go for one of those :)

Susannah said...

Oh wow! Looks amazing! I love Little Big Burgers in Portland! <3