Your search for Best Burger in the Valley returned 13 results

2017 Best Burger in the Valley Cards Now Available

If you’re looking for a stocking stuffer, “Best Burger in the Valley” cards are now available. Burger cards for downtown Stillwater’s eighth annual Best Burger in the Valley competition are now on sale at the participating restaurants. This year, 9 downtown restaurants will compete for the “Best Burger in the Valley” title, while raising awareness and funding for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Burger cards cost $40, and are good for a burger at each restaurant Monday – Thursdays from January to March.

StillwaterEats! 2016 ‘Best Burger in the Valley’ Cards Now On Sale

It’s time for the “Best Burger in the Valley” contest. Burger cards for downtown Stillwater’s seventh annual Best Burger in the Valley competition are now on sale. This year, 10 downtown restaurants will compete for the “Best Burger in the Valley” title, while raising awareness and funding for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

LOLO American Kitchen Wins ‘Best Burger in the Valley’ Contest

LOLO has captured the title in the 2015 “Best Burger in the Valley” contest to raise money to fight cystic fibrosis. Since inception, the “Best Burger in the Valley” contest has raised more than $77,000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Participating restaurants include: Brine’s Restaurant & Bar, LOLO, Leo’s Grill & Malt Shop, Pub 112, Rafters food & Spirits, Smalley’s Caribbean Barbeque, Water Street Inn, Nacho Mama’s and The Grand.

Oasis Cafe Successfully Defends ‘Best Burger in the Valley’ Title

 

The Oasis Cafe successfully defended their title in the annual “Best Burger in the Valley” contest to raise money to fight cystic fibrosis. Since 2010, the contest has raised more than $57,000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Participating restaurants include: Brine’s Restaurant & Bar, Leo’s Grill & Malt Shop, Pub 112, Rafters food & spirits, Smalley’s Caribbean Barbeque, Water Street Inn and The Oasis Cafe.

‘Best Burger in the Valley’ Tour: Pub 112’s Stuffed Molly Malone Burger

 

For the past five years a group of downtown Stillwater restaurants has put on the “Best Burger in the Valley” contest benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. To date, the contest has raised more than $50,000. In support of the cause, I’m on a burger tour of each of the seven restaurants in the contest–and without inserting my opinion– to tell you what you can look forward to in the coming weeks if you have a Best Burger card. The sixth stop on Stillwater Current’s “Best Burger in the Valley” tour took me to Pub 112, where I found this:

Stuffed Molly Malone

Pub 112 is offering up their Stuffed Molly Malone creation for the “Best Burger” competition.

‘Best Burger in the Valley’ Tour: Leo’s Grill and Malt Shop

 

For the past five years a group of downtown Stillwater restaurants has put on the “Best Burger in the Valley” contest benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. To date, the contest has raised more than $50,000. In support of the cause, I’m on a burger tour of each of the seven restaurants in the contest–and without inserting my opinion– to tell you what you can look forward to in the coming weeks if you have a Best Burger card. The fifth stop on Stillwater Current’s “Best Burger in the Valley” tour took me to Leo’s Grill & Malt Shop, where I found this:

Texas Burger

Leo’s offers up several burgers on their menu for the “Best Burger” competition.

‘Best Burger in the Valley’ Tour: The Brine Burger

For the past five years a group of downtown Stillwater restaurants has put on the “Best Burger in the Valley” contest benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. To date, the contest has raised more than $50,000. In support of the cause, I’m on a burger tour of each of the seven restaurants in the contest–and without inserting my opinion– to tell you what you can look forward to in the coming weeks if you have a Best Burger card. The fourth stop on Stillwater Current’s “Best Burger in the Valley” tour took me to Brine’s, where I found this:

Brine Burger

Brine’s offers up all of the burgers on their menu for the “Best Burger” competition.

‘Best Burger in the Valley’ Tour: The Oasis Cafe’s Chipotle Burger

For the past five years a group of downtown Stillwater restaurants has put on the “Best Burger in the Valley” contest benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. To date, the contest has raised more than $50,000. There are a few Best Burger in the Valley cards left, so if you want to get in on the action head down to Leo’s Grill & Malt Shop soon. In support of the cause, I’m on a burger tour of each of the seven restaurants in the contest–and without inserting my opinion– to tell you what you can look forward to in the coming weeks if you have a Best Burger card.

‘Best Burger in the Valley’ Tour: Smalley’s Caribbean Barbeque’s Pirate Burger

For the past five years a group of downtown Stillwater restaurants has put on the “Best Burger in the Valley” contest benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. To date, the contest has raised more than $50,000. There are less than 20 Best Burger in the Valley cards left, so if you want to get in on the action, act now.  KLBB AM 1220 is sold out, so the only place to get your cards is Leo’s Grill & Malt Shop.

‘Best Burger in the Valley’ Tour: Charlie’s Irish Whiskey Burger

 

For the past five years a group of downtown Stillwater restaurants has put on the “Best Burger in the Valley” contest benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. To date, the contest has raised more than $50,000. Now comes the tough part of my gig. In support of the cause, I’m going to stop at each of the seven restaurants in the contest–and without inserting my opinion– tell you what you can look forward to in the coming weeks if you have a Best Burger card.

StillwaterEats! Get Your ‘Best Burger in the Valley’ Card Now

 

It’s time for Stillwater’s annual “Best Burger in the Valley” contest benefitting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. You can get your card ($30) at at Leo’s Grill & Malt Shop or by calling KLBB AM 1220 651-439-5006, and they will send it to you. One-hundred percent of the proceeds (15,000) goes directly to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.