Classic American: Burgers Vol. 1

Everyone loves a good, juicy hamburger with a side of fries. Burgers are an American classic, and they can be topped with almost anything to please your taste buds.

Whether you like a standard burger with cheese and all the fixins or one with a fried egg on top, we have your fix.


Brent’s Drugs – 655 Duling Avenue, Fondren

A Fondren staple, Brent’s Drugs has been serving up burgers and other classic diner food since 1946. The burgers at Brent’s are one of their most popular items, and if you’ve ever had one, you know why. Burgers range from the Brent’s Burger (single or double), Junior Burger, and even a Veggie Burger. Tried and true, the Brent’s Burger comes topped with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, and pickles and you can add bacon or a fried egg for just $2 extra. For those looking for a smaller burger with less toppings, the Junior Burger comes with just cheese – a classic, simple burger. Each burger comes with either potato chips, house-cut fries, onion, rings, fruit or potato salad. Pair your burger and fries with a with a milkshake or malt!

a loaded cheeseburger with fires

Stamps Super Burgers

1801 Dalton Street, West Jackson

Opened as a grocery store and meat market in 1970, it was several years before a griddle was installed at Stamps. In 1982, owner Al Stamps had a craving for a juicy hamburger and headed to his store to use the griddle he owned. The rest is history as the Stamps Super Burger was born. Since 1982, visitors from all over the country have come to Dalton Street to try what most call the best burger they’ve ever had. Not a beef eater? Try their vegetarian and turkey burger options.

a hamburger cut in half with onion rings

Rooster’s – 2906 North State Street, Fondren

Rooster’s has been serving up burgers, blue plates, salads and other Southern favorites since 1984, and their burgers are definitely a Jackson favorite, whether you’re in the mood for a simple hamburger or bacon cheeseburger or a Nacho Burger or Mushroom Swiss Burger. They also offer more than just a regular burger bun. Options range from fresh-baked-daily white to wheat and jalapeno cheddar buns. All beef is fresh (they don’t even have a freezer) and their fries and rings (fresh cut) are hand-breaded and pair well with your sandwich.

Paige McKay White


Paige McKay White