The Company Burger at The Company Burger
The Company Burger
$$
Traditional, American
Uptown
Mon 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Tue closed
Wed 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Thu 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Fri 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sat 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sun 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
4600 Freret St.
Ste. A
New Orleans, LA70115
Call: 504.267.0320
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Reviews

Chef Phillip Lopez reviews The Company Burger at
"It's the cure-all for anything that hurts. I like to get mine with bacon and a fried egg."
Chef Emanuel Loubier reviews The Company Burger at
"Just the right blend of meats go into making their patties. The house burger is a double-stack of meat with cheese, and I always go for the add-on fried egg and Nueske's bacon. Wash it down with a Mexican coke, and I'm good to go. Did I say hand-cut fries, too?"
Chef Sue Zemanick reviews The Company Burger at
"This hand-formed, house-ground pattie is the best burger in town. I like to get mine with a fried egg on top. They also have a mayo bar with six different mayonnaises for you to choose from!"
Chef Stephen Stryjewski reviews The Company Burger at
"This burger only comes one way, and they only make it one way for good reason (because it is great that way!). Two thin patties griddled with American cheese and grilled onions come on a housemade bun with pickles."
Chef Alex del Castillo reviews The Company Burger at
"Adam's vision of the classic American cheeseburger is very specific: house-ground beef patties on fresh, locally-sourced buns with American cheese, house-made pickles, and thinly shaved red onions. His purist aesthetic forbids lettuce and tomatoes, so don't ask. (Seriously, don't.) But there is a fixins bar with some delicious mayonnaise, including basil and chipotle options, but you want to be there for the Baconnaise. I'm not going to describe that because it’s bacon mayo. 'Nuff said."
Chef Kelly Fields reviews The Company Burger at
"It's all about the locally sourced, daily-ground beef patty, homemade pimento cheese, and pickles on a fresh-baked bun. I like a side of onions rings, and sometimes I'll add a fried egg on top."
Chef Justin Devillier reviews The Company Burger at
"You would be hard-pressed to get a better burger anywhere else. Two thin griddled patties, cheese, and housemade pickles get set between two locally baked buns before you get the option of slathering 'em up at the mayo bar. If you get them to-go, they only get better as they steam for a few minutes in their wrappers."

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