Stop by Vicky’s Burger and experience the vast menu we have to offer. From turkey burgers, chili cheese fries, grilled chicken breast and more, Vicky’s Burger has something for everyone. We pride ourselves in providing good food fast and at very reasonable prices. Stop by and see what the buzz is all about. Vicky’s Burger…we don’t serve fast food, we serve great food, since 1995
This is a super yummy recipe. You can use ready to serve bacon if you’d like. These burgers are seasoned hamburgers stuffed with shredded cheese and bacon. The history of this wonderful creation goes back to the summer of 2010. Tim Thalacker, and Andrew Broderick were cooking hamburgers and the bacon and cheese kept sliding off so they wondered what if they could put the bacon and cheese inside the meat? Well they tried it one time and they loved it they are the smartest people in the world.
At Vicky’s burger, you’ll find more than just delicious hamburgers. We pride ourselves in providing a a wide variety of healthy menu options for the entire family. From standard breakfast dishes such as pancakes, eggs, French toast to Greek salads, falafel, fried chicken and more. Vicky’s Burger has something for everyone. Stop by and see for your self why Vicky’s Burger is the Inland Empire favorite! Open 7 days a week, Vicky’s Burger, 502 S. Waterman Ave., San Bernardino, 909.888.1171
Everyone loves a big juicy burger. And, you’d be hard pressed to find a better topping than a delicious piece of cheese. Most people have their preference of cheese, American, cheddar, blue, etc. Me, I like them all and sometimes I’ll combine a few just to make it interesting. Here’s a list of six cheeses that will make the most of your burgers.
Cheddar By far, the most popular behind American cheese. It holds up well to strong flavors like bacon and barbecue sauces and melts beautifully.
Blue There are a wide variety of blue cheeses: gorgonzola, stilton, Shropshire blue and the like. While some are more pungent than others, these are all typically salty and, quite frankly, stinky but delicious. These work well with a sweet/savory component.
Monterey Jack One of the best melting cheeses and thanks to its mild flavor, can handle a variety of different flavor combos.
Goat This tangy, crumbly cheese is a lighter burger type cheese.
Smoked Gouda This cheese pairs perfectly with smoky barbecue sauce and adds a decadent touch to burgers. Also works well with spicy touches like horseradish.
Brie This cheese handles a variety of tasks. From topping burgers to topping turkey sandwiches this should be a go-to. it works especially well with sliced apples and carmalized onions.
Vicky’s Burger is a fast-food restaurant serving burgers and other great American eats in an unpretentious relaxed setting. Located in the heart of San Bernardino, its a great place to catch a quick bite with the family. Enjoy the outdoor seating in a casual setting, while choosing from a vast selection of quick healthy bites. Just check out some of the delicious creations below:
Vicky’s Burger, 502 S. Waterman Ave., San Bernardino, CA 92408 909.888.1171
Since opening our doors in 1995, Vicky’s Burger is the quintessential American diner serving the San Bernardino area. We focus on fast and friendly service, serving good, hot food at extremely reasonable prices. At Vicky’s Burger, we take great pride in serving our guests great food, made with only the highest quality ingredients. Bringing you fast food in a very unique way, Vicky’s Burger has something for everyone. Why don’t you stop by and give us a try? Vicky’s Burger, 502 S. Waterman Ave., San Bernardino, CA 92408, (909) 888-1171. Open Monday through Friday, 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Saturday through Sunday, 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
The ideal burger bun should be soft, squishy and tender. It should be tight but with a soft crumb and with a slight sweetness. Also, it should hold up nicely to the burger’s juices. Come visit us at Vicky’s Burger and judge our buns for yourself!
Organic, Natural or Grass-Fed: what’s the difference?
When it comes to choosing meat for your family, you usually want the best you can get at the price you can afford. But, what do those labels really mean? Let’s explore…
Organic – Organically raised livestock must be in compliance with the National Organic program rules beginning in the last 1/3 of gestation .They must be fed only organic feed and allowed to graze only organically-managed pastures. They are not to be given hormones or any other growth-promoting agents and only allowed to be administered vaccines when they are not sick. Additionally, they must be allowed access to the outdoors. All of these regulations are certified by agencies accredited through the USDA. In order to place the organic sticker on the label of a product, it must be made with 95% or greater organic ingredients. Typically, meat labeled “organic” is much more expensive because its more expensive to produce.
Natural – A lot of people think that natural and organic and natural are the same…they’re not. Natural labeled products must be…a product containing no artificial ingredient or added color and is only minimally processed. Minimal processing means that he product was processed in a manner that does not fundamentally alter the product. The label must include a statement explaining the meaning of the term natural (such as “no artificial ingredients or minimally processed”.)
So, natural is fairly open-ended, usually accompanying a claim like “no antibiotics added or maybe grass-fed.” Keep in mind, if the label doesn’t say “grass fed” or “no antibiotics”, chances are they’re not.
Grass-Fed – Most cattle producers feed their cattle grain for the last 3-4 months of their life. This is an efficient way to fatten the cattle to the point where consumers like to eat beef. Grass-fed beef is usually leaner and with a stronger flavor than grain-fed beef. Grass-feeding take longer to get the cattle large enough to slaughter, producing not as much meat, resulting in higher cost.