Pappy’s Diner at 1300 W. Prince Rd. doesn’t try to be hip or artsy. They simply serve approachable, generously portioned dishes with exceptional diner-friendly service.
With “diner” in the name, breakfast is the main attraction. However, the menu runs deep. Read carefully to discover a section on stuffed burgers, all of which are $8.99.
Don’t let the reasonable price fool you — these burgers are gargantuan.
Although the burgers are cooked well-done, proper seasoning and cheesy stuffings help keep them juicy. You’ll need extra napkins.
Stuffed Burgers at Pappy’s Diner
- California – stuffed with tomatoes, grilled onions, olives, and Velveeta and topped with cheeses and blue cheese dressing
- Mediterranean – stuffed with tomatoes, grilled onions, olives, and feta cheese and topped with cheeses and cucumber sauce (tzatziki)
- Zumba – stuffed with mushrooms, grilled onions, and cheeses and topped with cheeses and Thousand Island dressing
- Italian – stuffed with Italian sausage, mozzarella, and bell peppers and topped with cheeses, red onions, and Italian dressing
- Nebraska – stuffed with corn beef hash, red onions, and tomatoes and topped with cheeses and barbecue sauce
- Miss Piggy – stuffed with bacon, spam, and cheeses and topped with cheeses, red onions, and ranch
The Zumba is the most popular option. Mushrooms and grilled onions add savory depth, while Thousand Island dressing provides a profile similar to an animal-style burger from In-N-Out Burger.
Although the Mediterranean has namesake ingredients such as olives, feta, and tzatziki, the flavor combination ends up reminiscent of a pizza, but in a good way.
Order the Miss Piggy for a meatier experience. The bacon and spam add moments of addictive salty bites.
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