The Memphis Burger

The Memphis Burger

Sesame is not only known for its burgers, but its focus on quality local ingredients. The condiments are made in-house (ketchup, pickles, etc.) and most of the toppings come from nearby farms. You can order any burger with or without a bun, with your choice of beef, black beans, chicken, or turkey. Last we checked, they’ve got over 45 toppings to choose from, ranging from American cheese to fig and bacon jam. Burgers aside, they’ve also got some fresh garden salads and some killer onion rings. Let’s not forget the milkshakes. They’re incredible. —Eric Doksa Dish (Summer 2013)

Restaurant Details

Hamburgers and beer from the folks of Five Loaves Cafe. Everything's homemade here — pickles, ketchup, fries — everything.

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Hours: L & D. (Spruill location closed Sun.)
Price: $$

Happy Hours

Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri 4pm-7pm: $1 off domestic bottles and house liquors
Mexican Mondays 4-close: $3 margaritas, $2 Mexican beers
Thursdays 4-close: $2 house liquor

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    Worst food experience I have ever had at this restaurant. It all started out with… -lloyd brock
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    We ordered both charcuterie plates, and they were both solid. The beer selection is solid… -Native Ink
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