OCTOBER 8, 2011

Super Burger
@ Super Duper

One of the best, juiciest burgers you'll find in all of San Francisco.

Price: $6.50

Served Up By:

  • Super Duper
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  • Union Square
    721 Market St
    San Francisco, CA 94103
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  • (415) 538-3437
  • Mon-Wed, Sun 10:30am - 10pm
    Thu-Sat 10:30am - 11pm

  • Castro
    2304 Market St
    San Francisco, CA 94114
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  • (415) 558-8123
  • Mon-Sun 11am - 11pm

  • Marina/Cow Hollow
    2200 Chestnut St
    San Francisco, CA 94123
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  • (415) 931-6258
  • Sun-Thu 11am - 11pm
    Fri-Sat 11am - 3am

Accepts Credit Cards: Yes

Parking: Street

Price Range: $

Good for Kids: Yes

Takes Reservations: No

Delivery: No

Take-out: Yes

Waiter Service: No

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Alcohol: Beer & Wine

Wi-Fi: No

Has TV: No

Caters: No

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

The Dish:

Sometimes I just want a greasy, delicious burger, but it's rare that it's actually all that great for you. Enter Super Duper, and you'll find the burger re-invented, or, as they like to say: "Fast food burgers, slow food values." Their succulent and juicy burgers are made from all natural Niman Ranch beef and dang—they are so good! Really, really messy, but I can't remember the last time I've had such a tasty patty. Can't wait to go back...

Key Ingredients: Niman ranch beef, bun, greens, tomato, red onions, "super sauce"

The Place:

Super Duper has a cute diner feeling, with info about their sustainable practices decorating the walls in fun, graphic posters (organic Straus ice cream shakes, home-made pickles, free-range chicken, compostable packaging...what more could you ask for!). It's just the spot to grab a quick bite and a late night snack.

Other Menu Musts:

Fries—thin, crispy, salty—with your burger makes a perfectly "balanced" meal. Hee, hee.

Recommended By:

Ariel Soto-Suver
Ariel Soto-Suver
Photographer, Bowerbird Photography

Ariel is a San Francisco foodie and photographer. She shoots and makes videos for the SF Bay Guardian, most of which are focused on all things edible. When she's not working in The City, she's traveling the world with her husband, Sam, eating stinky tofu from food carts in Taiwan or devouring freshly baked chocolate croissants in the mountain villages of France.

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