Top 10 Signature Burgers

Festival Country Indiana’s Top 10 Specialty Burgers

Like everything in Festival Country, our burgers are a little more festive. Check out these creations from some of our most creative burger chefs, which are listed in no particular order, so try them all.

1. Big Woods Franklin – Go Big Burger

This burger features a hand-pressed ground beef patty topped with twice-smoked bacon, pulled pork, onion jam, bistro sauce and cheddar on a brioche bun. Served with a side of barbecue sauce.

1800 E. King St., Franklin


2. Tried & True Alehouse – Queso Smothered Chili-Cheeseburger

Their fresh, never frozen burger is made with a top-notch blend of chuck, beef short ribs and beef brisket is seared with their signature burger seasoning then cooked to a juicy medium well. They then steam melt American cheese on the burger, then top that with their scratch-made, award-winning industry chili. But they are not done yet. They top that with a butter toasted brioche bun top, then smother that with their scratch-made queso cheese. It’s the perfect fall fork burger!

2800 S. State Road 135, Greenwood


3. Stone Creek Dining Company – Mexicali Burger

This burger features white queso, pickled jalapeno, avocado, fried onion, house-made barbecue sauce, lettuce and tomato. Delicious!

911 N. State Road 135, Greenwood


4. Ann’s Restaurant – Omni Burger

This 12-ounce triple cheeseburger features three cheeses (American, cheddar and pepper jack), bacon, ham, fried onions, fried pickles, grilled onions, jalapenos, green peppers and spicy ranch. Served on your choice of a traditional bun, grilled rye, grilled sourdough or a pretzel bun.

77 W. Monroe St., Franklin


5. Main Street Grille – Ultimate BBQ Burger

A juicy, 1/3-pound black angus burger loaded with their signature pork, crisp bacon, cheese, onion straws and barbecue sauce served on a grilled bun.

200 S. Emerson Ave., Ste. F, Greenwood


6. Oaken Barrel – Chubby Burger

A 1/3-pound lean ground beef burger topped with bacon, barbecue sauce, cheddar cheese, caramelized potato straws and bacon dip on grilled sourdough bread.

50 Airport Parkway, Greenwood


7. Knuckle Sandwich - The '57 Chevy

Known for its 50s vibe and great food, this hometown diner is home to The '57 Chevy, its one-pound burger topped with cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle. If you're feeling ambitious, try their burger challenge by eating two one-pound burgers and two pounds of fries in 45 minutes. Winners earn their meal for free, plus a T-shirt, trophy and picture on the wall of fame.

5116 N. State Road 135, Bargersville


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8. The Grill Bar – Hamburger

Most of the burgers on this list are true specialty burgers because they’ve taken the traditional burger and put a unique twist on it. This burger, however, is traditional all the way. But they do it so well that it earns a spot on this list.

138 E. Jefferson St., Franklin


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9. Court Street Café – Cowboy Burger

A classic burger topped with their own smoky BBQ, American cheese and bacon.

39 E. Court St., Franklin


10. The Willard – Avocado Cheeseburger

A burger topped with sriracha limo mayo, guacamole and pepper jack cheese.

99 N. Main St., Franklin