Top 5 Burgers in Folsom

At most restaurants in America, you will find a good old-fashioned hamburger on the menu. From fine-dining establishments to roadside diners, the humble patty reigns supreme as the most popular food in the country. If you’re in Folsom and have a hankering for a big juicy burger, we have you covered. Keep reading for the top five burgers in Folsom.

1. Manderes

People drive from all over the Greater Sacramento Area for top-notch dining and atmosphere at Manderes. Once you feast your eyes (and your mouth) on their Angus Burger, you’ll know why. Simple yet elegant, it’s a half pound of USDA Grade A Angus with lettuce, tomato, and sweet pickle on a grilled ciabatta bun.

2. Samuel Horne’s Tavern

You can still hear the train a comin’ from Folsom State Prison, but it’s the smell of the Johnny Cash Burger from Samuel Horne’s Tavern that makes the inmates want to dig a tunnel. Topped with bacon, cheddar, and bourbon espresso BBQ sauce, the Johnny Cash Burger will make you walk the line.

3. Back Bistro

If you fancy a fine-dining experience with an upscale burger to match, we give Back Bistro our heartiest recommendation. Their Bourbon BBQ Bacon Burger patty is made from house ground short rib and bistro filet. If that’s not enough to make your mouth water, you might be dehydrated. They also serve water, so head over their quick and grab a seat on their stunning outdoor patio.

4. Scott’s Seafood Roundhouse

Seafood may be in their name, but Scott’s Seafood Roundhouse definitely has a burger game. Inside of a gorgeous red brick building in Historic Folsom, you can order Scott’s ½ Lb Angus Burger with melted provolone, cheddar, or gruyere. Top it with applewood smoked bacon and avocado —you deserve it.

5. Plank Craft Kitchen & Bar

If you like to feel at home while chowing down on a burger, Plank is the place for you—because it looks and feels like someone’s home in the heart of Historic Folsom. You’ll find the usual suspects on their Backyard BBQ Burger: bacon, cheddar, lettuce, tomato. But the real kicker is the chipotle Plank sauce on a brioche bun.