Best Burgers in Brazos County

Looking for the best burger in the Brazos Valley? Our guide to Bryan-College Station burger joints can help in your quest.

Blackwater Draw Brewing Company – Northgate 303 Boyett, College Station


In addition to their brewed-on-site beer, Blackwater Draw Brewing Company – Northgate is fast becoming famous for their 50/50 burger topped with Monterey jack, avocado, and pico.

Burger House 3310 S. College Ave., Bryan, TX


Burger House on South College Ave. in Bryan. Image by Greg Deeter.

Burger House is cozy and interesting inside with what appear to be a good number of regular patrons. For those that do not know this used to be a Shipley’s donuts and was a hot spot in this part of Bryan for many years. A lot of the same people still come here for the burgers.

Fat Burger – Bryan 1801 Texas Avenue South, Bryan, TX


Half pound double bacon cheeseburger from Fatburger in Bryan. Image by Fatburger.

Aggie owned and operated, a local tradition. Nothing fancy, just good burgers and creative specialty sandwiches. Off menu items like the Chopped Barbecue Cheddar Fries are the bomb!

Fuddruckers 1704 George Bush Dr E., College Station, TX


Classic, fresh made “by you” Fuddruckers burger and fries. Image by Fuddruckers.

Juicy 100% premium burgers, fresh cut steak fries, handmade shakes, market fresh salads, sandwiches, appetizers and Kid’s Meals.

Grub Burger Bar 980 University Drive, College Station, TX

Grub Burger

The Lockhart Legend at Grub Burger Bar.

The Grub menu features 9 hamburgers, as well as three additional sandwich options: turkey, portabella mushroom and fish. Burger toppings range from the traditional lettuce, tomato, mayo and mustard on The Front Porch Burger ($5.50) to the Voodoo Burger ($6.95) topped with absinthe sauteed mushrooms, swiss cheese and tabasco mayonnaise. They also offer salads and “loaded” sides like Chili Cheese Fries.

Hopdoddy Century Square on University Dr.


The “Doddy Dip” was a recent specialty burger at Hopdoddy. The Northgate burger joint is known for its ephemeral and delicious specialty craft burgers.

The burgers feature meat ground in-house, fresh baked buns, and top notch toppings. The menu includes regular beef burgers along with Bison and lighter options like Turkey and Ahi Tuna. Their beef comes from HUMANELY RAISED COWS, never, ever given growth hormones or antibiotics.

Koppe Bridge 11777 Wellborn Road, College Station, TX


Cheese burger and fresh-cut french fries at Koppe Bridge. Image by Koppe Bridge.

Simple, no-frills, traditional burgers that have been called the best in town and even ranked in the state by several media outlets. Fries are fresh cut. Atmosphere is hunting lodge chic.

Top of the Hill Grocery & Grill 7444 Lakewood, Benchley, TX

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Top of the Hill only uses fresh, never-frozen beef to craft their famous hamburgers. Image by Greg Deeter.

Head to Top Of The Hill in Benchley for one of the finest burgers probably in the history of Texas. Fresh buns are toasted in butter, meat is flat grilled where the edges are carmelized, lettuce is fresh and shredded, cheese melted perfect (a Bobby Flay requirement), tomatoes are fresh vine ripened local grown and the jalapenos are in-house pickled. All real food, fresh never frozen beef.

Wayback Burgers 1512 Texas Avenue South, College Station, TX


If you’re looking for a great burger with a thick, hand-made shake, Wayback Burger is your spot.

The newest entrant on the B/CS burger scene, Wayback Burgers serves burgers that are hand-pattied from 100% fresh, never frozen ground beef and grilled to order. Wayback Burgers offers amazing shakes that are made from real milk and vanilla bean ice cream, served in a frosty metal shaker-cup.


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