Brewburger owner Rob Robbins enjoys a fresh burger with house-made chips.
Not often does a burger incite food critics to dub it “a beautiful thing,” but that’s just what happened on Sept. 18, better known as National Cheeseburger Day. Brewburger may not have the notoriety of some other flashier, well-known local burger establishments, but it’s got the street cred to hold its own against any burger. The establishment has served traditional burgers for years at its 71st Street location. The most popular, of course, is the classic Brewburger: a one-third-pound fresh beef patty served on toasted ciabatta with lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles and choice of cheese. Add-ons include such delicacies as bacon, guacamole or gooey queso. And no Brewburger is complete without a heaping helping of homemade fries, onion rings or chips. 6577 E. 71st St., Tulsa. 918.591.2818