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Bert's Burger Bowl

235 N Guadalupe St, Santa Fe, NM - (505) 982-0215
Posted By Richard Rowe on 2/27/2012 9:03:00 PM
I actually drove from Albuquerque to enjoy the double-wide green chile cheeseburger at the recommendation of roadfood.com and am not the least bit sorry. The meat was well cooked and the chiles, lettuce, tomato, and pickles complemented the burger perfectly. An outstanding selection, I only wish they were open a bit later. I am certain that I will be back next year as I make my way from Tucson back to my home in Illinois. breafast and lunch here in Santa fe, then down to Albuquerque for the Fiery Foods & BBQ Show.

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4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
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This is the double-wide burger made from a half-pound of beef. Chile and cheese are on top. Standard hamburger condiments are underneath.
"This is the double-wide burger made from a half-pound of beef. Chile and cheese are on top. Standard hamburger condiments are underneath."
Michael Stern





With a crunchy exterior, these onion rings make an excellent accompaniment to a green chile cheeseburger.
"With a crunchy exterior, these onion rings make an excellent accompaniment to a green chile cheeseburger."
Dale Fine


Hamburgers are assembled and buns warmed on Bert’s griddle. To the right is the grate where they cook in a veil of smoke.
"Hamburgers are assembled and buns warmed on Bert’s griddle. To the right is the grate where they cook in a veil of smoke."
Michael Stern


Home of the green chile cheeseburger since 1954. It's hugely popular among visitors in the summer time. Year around, locals make it a hang-out for catching up on news and shmoozing and quick-eating.
"Home of the green chile cheeseburger since 1954. It's hugely popular among visitors in the summer time. Year around, locals make it a hang-out for catching up on news and shmoozing and quick-eating."
Michael Stern



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