If you haven’t eaten at Matt’s Burgers then you’re missing out on one of the most pleasurable taste sensations that exist in the low country. Their menu is a shrine to the classic foods we’ve all come to adore and appreciate growing up. The burgers and fixins' you might recall at family reunions. Some of the best burgers you’ll ever wrap your lips around. And some pretty unique side items that will further tantalize your hunger sensation.
If you’re not feeling at all adventurous stick with their mainstream quarter pound cheeseburger. It is sure to please the meat lover in you. A juicy hand rolled 100% ground beef masterpiece smothered in American cheese, with a full array of your favorite garden veggies (pickes, onions, lettuce & tomato) on top. A picnic cookout staple without all the hassle. Trust me it’s incredible. We’re talking miles apart from your standard run of the mill fast food burger chains.
Perhaps the most popular selling burger on Matt’s menu list is the Sausage Burger, served plain or with a variety of flavored cheese slices. As the name implies it is the perfect marriage of ground pork sausage and beef. Satisfying two meat cravings in the same hot and juicy sandwich order is unheard of, unless your dining at Matt’s Burgers. An ideal combination of the South’s favorite meats. Savor the taste as it gently oozes down your chin. This is a definite three napkin burger. Yee haw, that’s low country for mighty good food.
The Sausage Burger may rule the top of the charts, but it is their series of ‘Chili Sausage Bomb Burgers’ that have burger loving thrill seekers in a state of frenzy. Many eat in diners have tackled the single or double patty delight topped with American and hot pepper cheese, fried onions, with all the fixings, then covered in chili (8ounces per patty). Only the few and the brave have managed to put away the triple or quadruple patty delight complete with 24 or 32 ounces of piping hot chili. Those who do will have their names proudly enshrined on Matt’s Burgers Wall of Fame.
Speaking of chili, lets not forget this classic sensation. Just another one of Matt’s signature home made dishes. With or without beans and onions, just $3.49 for a 8 ounce bowl. It’s delicioso, that’s Mexican for mouthwatering. Nathan’s all beef hotdogs, just like you get at the ball park, with chips or fries just $4.49.
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