We asked our followers where to find the best burgers in Mt. Pleasant and they delivered! According to our followers on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, here are the top six burger joints in the Mt. Pleasant area! Did we miss your favorite place? Let us know in the comments below!

Freddie’s Tavern
Location: 705 S Adams St, Mt. Pleasant, MI

This local tavern has been serving delicious burgers and brews for nearly 40 years. Its menu ranges from classics like build-your-own “Freddie Burgers” and Bacon Cheeseburgers, to fan favorites like the Mushroom Swiss Burger and Rodeo Burger. Freddie’s has been voted “Best Burger in Town” by People’s Choice Award eight times and is a four-time winner of the Soup Kitchen Chili Cook-off. Local tip: GET THE CHILI! Whether you’re planning a night on the town with friends or family dinner spot, Freddie’s will surely turn into your weekly dine-out favorite! 

For the most up-to-date information on hours and services, please visit Freddie’s Tavern Facebook page.

The Bird Bar & Grill
Location: 223 S Main St, Mt. Pleasant, MI

Around Mt. Pleasant, “bird” IS the word when it comes to a night out. This Mt. Pleasant staple, serving customers since 1933, is a CMU alumni favorite offering affordable drinks, craft brews, bar games and the famous Bird Burger. We recommend The Bird Bar & Grill to anyone looking to season dinner with a pinch of fun.

For the most up-to-date information on hours and services, follow The Bird Bar & Grill’s Facebook page.

The Brass
Location: 128 S Main St, Mt. Pleasant, MI

The combination of the “big city restaurant feel” and creative cuisine makes this local favorite the perfect place for cocktails with friends or an intimate evening with that special someone. If dinner is what you seek, join The Brass for “build your own burger night”, every Tuesday; with over 50 topping options, the possibilities are endless! Need some guidance? Try fan favorite The Big Brassy (photographed below). Local tip: pair your burger with a side of sweet potato fries and DO NOT forget the honey mustard.

Green Spot Pub
Location: 808 N Mission St, Mt. Pleasant, MI

Get ready for some of the best service in town; when you walk into the Green Spot Pub, you’ll be greeted as if you are a regular. The Irish-style tavern offers traditional eats and classic cocktails, plus pool tables for the perfect night out with friends and family. One of its most beloved menu items (apart from the famous hoagies) are burgers! Come in the spring and summer to enjoy the outdoor dining space.

For the most up-to-date information on hours and services follow Green Spot Pub’s Facebook page.

Marty’s Bar
Location: 123 S Main St, Mt. Pleasant, MI

This landmark bar is one of our locals most beloved places. Offering a low key atmosphere and high quality grub, Marty’s Bar is the perfect spot for a relaxed night out in Downtown Mt. Pleasant.

For the most up-to-date information on hours and services, follow the Marty’s Bar Facebook page.

Cheers Neighborhood Grill & Bar
Location: 1700 W High St, Mt. Pleasant, MI

This neighborhood hangout serves up some the best (and most hefty) meals in town, according to locals. One of Cheers most famous menu items – The Big Kahuna. This mega menu item, and we mean MEGA, includes two pounds of burger, topped with bacon, two fried eggs, cheese, sauteed onions, shredded lettuce and tomato, served over a pound of fries. Gulp. If you’re into more traditional-sized meals, we recommended the Cajun Burger for those with a spicy palette or the Original Burger served on a Robaire’s Bun.

For the most up-to-date information on hours and services, follow Cheers Neighborhood Grill & Bar’s Facebook page.

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Hungry, yet? Check out our list of restaurants in the Mt. Pleasant area to find the perfect one for you!

When dining out in our community, be sure to snap a photo of your meal and use #meetmtp to help us share the Mt. Pleasant experience and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!

Featured image: Cheers Neighborhood Bar & Grill in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.