The Garden at Santa Barbara Public Market, 38 West Victoria Street, has started serving a variety of fresh-made burgers. The menu includes Cali Burger (double meat, Havarti cheese, avocado, pickles, jalapeño aioli, $10.95), Bacon Burger (bacon, meat, sharp cheddar,garlic aioli, $10.95), Blue’s Burger (double meat, creamy blue cheese, garlic aioli, $10.95), The American (double meat, American cheese, pickles, mustard, ketchup, $9.95), and Cheese Burger (meat, American cheese, pickles, mustard, ketchup, $7.95). All burgers come with a side of fries, butter lettuce, tomato, and charred onion. In the future The Garden plans to offer a gourmet fries menu, including cheese fries, truffle Parmesan fries, blue cheese with chili fries, and more.

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10 Responses to GARDEN BURGERS

  1. Sharron Adams says:

    How about a veggie burger???

  2. Sbmizzou says:

    Hopefully they will still allow you to have a beer and bring in other food.

  3. Marie says:

    Black bean burger!

  4. Hefe says:

    They do have a veggie Burger. You can eat food from any of the other vendors.

  5. Joshua A Levi says:

    Actually they have an impossible burger too, one of the few places downtown that has it.

    • The Resaturant Guy says:

      The Impossible Burger was discontinued as an option (though it is still listed on the print menu) and will be replaced by a selection of gourmet fries. I’m told that the Impossible Burger was not a big seller for them.

    • Katie says:

      Too bad. I was there not too long ago and there were no burgers being sold yet. If I had known that, I would have gone and tried to make it more popular. Seems like they didn’t give a lot of time for word to get around.

  6. Hefe says:

    Ordered it last night and was told they were out. Not sure what the wholesale cost is, it was $15 and all the others are $10 to $13 and some of those have avo and bacon so not surprised it didnt sell.

  7. Rich says:

    Ordered it and it was pretty average – for the price there are much better options in the Market to be honest.

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