Calling all burger lovers! Louisville Burger Week will be making its 2020 return with $6 burgers from August 10-16.
The Kentucky Beef Council is sponsoring the event which is going on its fourth year.
For seven days, burger fans will be able to visit participating local restaurants to try out specialty burger offerings for only $6.
Louisville Burger Week’s organizers say they want people to be able to embrace local food and culture by trying new restaurants.
“As restaurants have faced one of the most challenging times in recent history, we want to lift them up and generate additional revenue when they need it most.” Louisville Burger Week Organizer Tony Frank said.
While the event was intended as a dine-in experience, most restaurants will be offering the same deals through takeout.
Customers will also be able to collect Burger Week passport stamps throughout the event. Participants who collect four or more stamps will be entered to win a grand prize featuring a grill, gift cars, and all the beef needed for an “Ultimate Grill Out”.
This year’s participants include:
- 80/20 at Kaelin’s
- Brooke and Billy’s
- Bubba’s 33
- Burger IM Louisville
- Drake’s Paddock
- Drake’s St. Matthew’s
- Dundee Tavern
- Fork & Barrel
- Khalil’s on Dixie
- The Limbo
- Mark’s Feed Store ( All Locations )
- Molly Malones ( St. Matthews Only)
- Napa River Grill
- O’Shea’s Highlands
- Patrick O’Shea’s Downtown
- Six Forks Burger Company
- The Sports and Social Club
- The Manhattan Project
- Wild Eggs (all locations)
More participating restaurants are expected to be announced soon. For more information on this year’s Louisville Burger Week, visit their website.