2nd annual Long Beach Burger Week returns in August

The annual Long Beach Burger Week, a seven-day affair celebrating the city’s creative takes on the tried and true beef-patty-on-a-bun, is slated to return for a second run on Aug. 7-14.

So far 22 restaurants, food trucks and pop-ups will be participating in the promotion, with some offering new burger entrees and most providing special deals.  Many fan-favorite burger entrees will be provided at a discount, with some as low as $5. Most of the deals are priced at $10, $15, and $20 with a few restaurants offering a burger and cocktail drink combo at $25.

Some restaurants with patios will also include a Burger Week menu just for dogs, with those items priced at $5.

Participating businesses include:

More businesses are expected to sign-up approaching the promotional week.

Visit the Burger Week website to check out the participating restaurants and see which burger recipes you’d like to try, click here.

Long Beach Burger Week is organized by Long Beach Food and Beverage, a nonprofit founded in 2019 and dedicated to supporting the Long Beach culinary scene. Long Beach Food and Beverage is also behind many other popular restaurant weeks in the city, including Black Restaurant Week, Cambodian Restaurant Week and more.

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Cheantay Jensen is reporter and award-winning videographer who covers entertainment, art, food and culture for the Hi-lo section of the Long Beach Post. And sometimes breaking news, you know, just to keep things interesting.