Try a Different Burger Every Day in August at Gilbert’s Liberty Market

Black and Blue Burger (August 6) | Courtesy of Liberty Market

Black and Blue Burger (August 6) | Courtesy of Liberty Market

Burgers might be the world’s greatest food. That’s not the official opinion of Arizona Highways, just of the person typing this blog post right now. If you share that opinion, and if you’ll be in the Valley of the Sun in August, you’ll want to head down to Gilbert and check out Liberty Market.

Starting Friday, the restaurant will feature a different burger every day of the month as part of its fifth annual Burger Daze celebration. As Mouth by Southwest reports, the offerings include the Billionaire Burger, topped with filet mignon, lobster tail and caviar; the Elvis Burger, with peanut butter and bacon; and the Elk Burger, with an elk patty and wild mushrooms. (There are some vegetarian burger offerings, too.)

If you’re up for a real challenge, anyone who eats 10 different burgers in the series will receive a $25 gift card. If you eat all 31 offerings, you’ll get a $100 gift card. Most of the burgers come with potato chips, and most range from $12 to $15, although the Billionaire Burger will set you back $25.

Click here for the full list of Burger Daze burgers. Liberty Market is located at 230 N. Gilbert Road in Gilbert. For more information, call 480-892-1900 or visit


Filed under Et Cetera, Loco for Local, News

5 responses to “Try a Different Burger Every Day in August at Gilbert’s Liberty Market

  1. Chloe Rose

    Am I missing something here, or is this an advertisement? Can we expect more? Not good.

    • Chloe, it’s our mission to promote things that are happening in Arizona. This is a thing that is happening in Arizona. Does that answer your question?

      • Chloe Rose

        I simply asked a question and stated a concern. If I was rude in doing so I apologize. Meanwhile, I am pretty much appalled by your reply.

      • Chloe, I apologize if my reply came across as anything but an answer to your question. You asked whether this post was an advertisement; it is not. You asked whether to expect more of this; my answer to that is that we’re always looking to promote interesting things happening in our state, and our blog is one place where we can do that. I’m sorry that you didn’t care for the content of this post, though. Have a great day!

  2. Looks like Arizona is making our list of stops. That bun looks tasty.

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