GUIDE: 4 places in Katy to grab a unique burger

If you are looking for a unique burger in Katy, check out one of these burger joints! (Photo courtesy Canva)
If you are looking for a unique burger in Katy, check out one of these burger joints! (Photo courtesy Canva)

If you are looking for a unique burger in Katy, check out one of these burger joints! (Photo courtesy Canva)

If you are looking for a special and unique burger to try in Katy, check out one of the burgers on this list.

Joy Love Burger

Joy Love Burger is known for its homemade bun and delicious burgers. One of their fan favorite burgers is the Crazy Burger which features a double angus beef patty, mayo, lettuce, pickles, bacon, tomato, onions and Thousand Island dressing.

1801 N. Mason Road, Katy. 832-437-8831. joyloveburgers.com

Willy Burger


If you are looking for a classic diner-style burger with a twist, give Willy Burger a try. Willy Burger serves a variety of classic burgers and specialty burgers including the Hee Haw burger, Pizza burger, Kung Fu burger and more. The pizza burger features dry-aged pepperoni’s, an all beef patty, mozzarella cheese, and zesty pizza sauce.

6191 Hwy. Blvd. Ste. 101, Katy. 832-437-4566 willy-burger.com

ROKO Grill

ROKO Grill features unique burgers like the La Cucha Burger which features two angus beef patties, fried Venezuelan cheese, parmesan cheese, sweet plantain, potato sticks, shredded cabbage, ROKO sauce and creamy cilantro sauce.


406 W. Grand Pkwy S., Katy. 281-665-3369. roko-grill.square.site

Craft Burger

Craft Burger is local food truck featuring a variety of unique burger combinations. One fan favorite is the Morning After burger which was featured on the Food Network. This burger includes brown sugar and chili-rubbed candied bacon, a sunny-side-up egg, smoked gouda, lettuce, tomato and a bacon cheddar waffle. 21945 Katy Freeway, Ste. C, Katy. 281-665-7217. craftburgerhtx.com




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