Food · Things to do

Best Places to Grab a Cheeseburger

Learn more about Madison, Georgia here!

National Cheeseburger Day is September 18, and we’ve rounded up all the best places in Morgan County to grab one of America’s favorite meals! 

Farmview Market

Screenshot 2018-06-19 10.51.51.png

Credit: @oliviafrances143

The Farmview Burger is cooked to order with local Rock House Farm ground beef, topped with pimento cheese, Rock House Farm bacon, crispy Vidalia onions and local bibb lettuce and tomato. This burger is a party in your mouth and a southern dream come true!

Madison Drug Co.

Screenshot 2018-06-19 10.59.24.png

Credit: @slypig1

Straight off the griddle at the old fashioned soda fountain, a burger from Madison Drug Co. is a classic (and definitely THE place for locals). Top it how you want, order some fries, and enjoy a true Madison classic!


Screenshot 2018-06-19 11.03.57.png

Credit: @amicimadison

Forget pizza, we’re going to Amici for a burger! And lucky for us, national Cheeseburger Day falls on Tuesday, right in time for their special!!

Ricardo’s Kouzzina

Screenshot 2018-06-19 11.14.09.png

Nestled in an old icehouse, Ricardo’s cheeseburger is served on a Kaiser roll with lettuce, tomatoes, onions and cheddar cheese. To get your hands on a Ricardo’s cheeseburger, make sure to head their way for lunch!

Yesterday’s Cafe

Screenshot 2018-06-19 11.13.13.png

Credit: Lake Oconee Living 

Yesterday’s Cafe’s hand-patted burgers and southern cooking take you back to a simpler time in downtown Rutledge. Pair your burger with your favorite southern sides and veggies. To take your burger to the next level (which we highly recommend), top it with their homemade pimento cheese!

Madison Chophouse Grille

Screenshot 2018-06-19 11.27.57.png

Credit: @whizwiz

With 6 different burgers ranging from Chipotle  Turkey to a Patty Melt to a classic burger in multiple sizes, you will not leave hungry from Chophouse Grille!

The Caboose

And, in the spirit of saving the best for last, The Caboose serves up a burger made with home-grown local Verner Beef and it doesn’t get much fresher than this!  Served up in an old train car adjacent to the stop barrel (that’s right, no need for stop lights here!), this burger is taken to a whole new level when topped with pimento cheese AND pepper jelly (you’ll want to trust us on this).  Even the guys at CBS 46 give this roadside gem two thumbs up!

CBS46 visits The Caboose in Rutledge to honor them with 17 years of continuous A ratings!


Are y’all hungry yet??  I know we are!!

Cheers to National Cheeseburger Day!


Thanks for reading, y’all!


115 E. Jefferson Street
Madison, GA 30650



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s