January 21, 2017 | 6:57am
Burgers are big business in Denver, from longtime favorites that have defined the bar-food scene over the past several decades to newcomers with beefy reputations in other cities. Here are our top hamburger stories over the past six months, along with links to our original coverage. The only thing better is a side of fries.
Chuburger opened on January 19 at the corner of 35th and Larimer streets.
Oskar Blues Brings Chuburger and Hotbox Roasters to RiNo
Coming soon to Denver. Really.
Shake Shack Signs for Spot at 30th and Larimer Streets
My Brother's Bar, Denver's Oldest Saloon, Changes Hands — but It's Still a Family Affair
Don't get your hopes up: In-N-Out is not coming to Colorado in the immediate future.
Nope, In-N-Out Burger Is Not Coming to Colorado
American Grind calls this the Cheeseburg.
American Grind Comes to Avanti Food & Beverage
You'll soon be biting into a Shake Shack burger in RiNo.
Shake Shack Is Coming — Will These Five Favorite Regional Burger Chains Follow?
Genna Rae's is tiny, but the burgers are big in the neighborhood.
Genna Rae's Adds a Little Soul to the Whittier Neighborhood
The Cherry Cricket closed after a kitchen fire on November 23, 2016, but the owners plan to reopen.
Kitchen Fire Closes Cherry Cricket, but There's a Backup on Blake Street
There's a hidden surprise in the Juicy Lucy burger at Midwestern Saloon.
100 Favorite Dishes: Juicy Lucy at the Midwestern Saloon
The Chowder Room should consider changing its name to the Burger Room.
Three Great Burgers at Denver Seafood Restaurants