Here's What You Need to Know About Cleveland's Biggest Burger Week Yet


A seven-day food frenzy featuring $5 specialty burgers at more than 30 area restaurants and bars, Cleveland Burger Week kicks off on Monday.

The creations include everything from straightforward quarter pounders to veggie burgers and really wild monstrosities.

Participating eateries include Flip Side, the Rail, Yard House, the Winchester and many more.

You can see a slideshow of all the places that are participating here.

Collect at least five stamps in a Burger Passport you can pick up at participating locations, and you'll be eligible for a very special grand prize drawing featuring a grill and Ultimate Grill Out.

Proceeds from Burger Week help benefit Childhood Food Solutions, a nonprofit that works to help kids secure access to food during school breaks. Cleveland Burger Week is presented by the Ohio Beef Council and is sponsored by Coopers' Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, so expect to find some cocktail pairings with your burgers at various eateries.

July 15-21. Get more info and participating restaurant menus at

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