The Most Expensive Burger In Philadelphia Has A Price Tag Of $700
Behold, an exquisite burger that's worth every penny.
An Expensive BurgerDrury Beer Garden,
The culinary masterpiece is aptly named the "Gold Standard" and is made using only the finest ingredients, such as A5 Wagyu beef, caviar, truffle, flambeed lobster infused with Louis XIII cognac, gold leaf, and Wexford aged Irish cheddar.
On The Side
To complement this lavish burger, they serve fries drizzled with rare 1500+ Manuka Honey, which is produced from the mānuka tree's nectar, a plant indigenous to New Zealand. The honey itself has a jaw-dropping online price of up to $816, adding to the already impressive reputation of this bougie burger.
DBG's pricey main dish is accompanied by a 1-ounce serving of Remy Martin's Louis XIII cognac, which has a minimum aging period of 40 years and is produced in limited quantities. According to Forbes, a 750 ml bottle costs $4,100.
The Co-Owner Of DBG
George Tsiouris, co-owner of the Center City restaurant with his sister, Vasiliki Tsiouris-Balis, expressed his excitement in providing guests with delicious, creative, and satisfying options through their new menu concept, stating that burgers are beloved worldwide.
“Burgers are one of the most loved food items around the world,” George Tsiouris, who co-owns the Center City restaurant with his sister, Vasiliki Tsiouris-Balis, said in a statement.
“We are excited to provide our guests some amazing, creative, and tasty options with our new menu concept.”
Despite being far from the world's most costly burger, priced at $5,964, some Twitter users have stated that they would not partake in the expensive dish, with @adaywithoutlove claiming that it is equivalent to paying rent.