Trumbull County’s Best Burgers and Where to Find Them

Who has the best hamburger in Trumbull County? Well, that’s up for debate. The problem is, there are just too many amazing burgers to choose from!

While this list may not be exhaustive, here’s a sampling of Trumbull County residents’ favorite burgers. If you’re thinking of trying them out, come hungry – these burgers are big and flavorful and as adventurous as the local chefs who make them!

Woodland Cellars & “Too” Hot Mamas, Hubbard

What goes better with wine and atmosphere than a good burger? Woodland Cellars winery’s “Too” Hot Momas menu has plenty of unique burgers, including ones with toppings like bacon jam, seasonal pepper jam, tortilla strips, and balsamic glaze. These burgers have lots of flavorful twists you won’t want to miss and come highly recommended from residents of Trumbull County!

CROWD FAVORITE: The Hot Mama Burger, a 12 oz. burger with pickled peppers, cheddar cheese and hot pepper mustard.

Sunrise Inn of Warren

Get ready to rock with Sunrise Inn of Warren’s musical burgers. Don’t worry, the burgers don’t actually sing – well, they might sing to your stomach! Every year, Sunrise rolls out a new lineup of burgers that coincide with the summer’s River Rock at the Amp series. Get a spicy Hells Bells Burger, a cheesy, crispy fried onion, chipotle Funkytown Burger, or have your burger Any Way You Want It. Then, pop down to the Warren Amphitheater Saturday evenings June through August to jam to the music that inspires the tastes! You can also catch some classic burgers on Sunrise’s regular menu, along with the ever-popular Pizza Burger Splash!

CROWD FAVORITE: The Pizza Burger Splash, two slices of pizza with hamburger, hot sausage, or meatballs and provolone cheese, splashed with sauce.

Big D’s Newton Grill, Newton Falls

Big D’s boasts bold flavor and doesn’t disappoint. The menu features an adventurous assortment of burgers – and they have plenty of burger-themed merchandise, too. You probably didn’t know you needed hamburger-themed art, but I assure you, you do. Plus, Tuesday is burger night: buy one, get one half off when you dine in. Look for creative burgers that include Philly Steak, banana peppers, and even peanut butter and jelly. You won’t be disappointed.

CROWD FAVORITE: Pierogi Burger, a burger with pierogies, cheddar, grilled onions, shredded cheddar jack, sour cream, and hot sauce

Urban Tap, Warren

Urban Tap is one of Warren’s newer restaurants, but it’s quickly caught on as favorite spot for burgers with bold flavor. Even folks from out of town love Urban Tap and keep coming back to try new burgers – or get that old favorite again. Which are the favorites, you ask? Well, you can’t go wrong with a Pimento Burger or the Smokehouse Smash, but most will tell you the reigning king is the Urban Bourbon Burger.

CROWD FAVORITE: Urban Bourbon Burger, two fresh beef patties, smashed and topped with bourbon bacon jam, smoked gouda, tomato, caramelized onion, and roasted red pepper aioli and served on a toasted brioche bun.

Iron Mann Grille, Girard

There’s nothing like cold beers, entertainment, and good hamburgers – and that’s what you’ll find at Iron Mann Grille. Come for the award-winning Jerk Burger and stay for the live music, trivia, and Girard’s favorite patio.

CROWD FAVORITE: Jerk Burger, two quarter-pound patties slathered in a blend of Caribbean spices, smashed and topped with fresh grilled pineapple, Swiss cheese and coconut mayo.

DiSilvio’s Family Grill, Hubbard

Are you looking for the cheesiest burger? Well, it’s on the menu at DiSilivio’s! This local, family-run restaurant runs the gamut when it comes to burgers – and they’re all delicious! Some menu highlights: Nashville Hot Pickle Burger, Chili Burger, Jalapeno Popper Burger, Philly Burger, and of course, the classic Bacon Cheeseburger.

CROWD FAVORITE: Pittsburgh Burger, a burger topped with coleslaw, French fries, and your choice of cheese on a garlic toasted brioche bun.

Monty’s by the Lake, Cortland 

Just minutes from Mosquito Lake, Monty’s is a favorite haunt for the folks in northern Trumbull County. It’s a family diner with all your American favorites – and nothing says American like a good hamburger. Anyone who has been to Monty’s will tell you best way to do a burger is the Big Monty or it’s spicy-sweet sibling, the Sweet Heat Big Monty.

CROWD FAVORITE: Big Monty, a half-pound burger on a toasted bun that comes the way you like it; try it with sweet heat barbeque sauce!

University at Larchmont, Warren

This neighborhood bar knows how to do burgers right. They stack ‘em tall, and slather them in cheese and anything else you’d like. And, they’re best served with UAL’s crispy onion rings. Locals will tell you they’ve been enjoying these burgers and other classic bar food for over 35 years.

CROWD FAVORITE: Black & Bleu, a half-pound burger with blackened seasoning, bleu cheese crumbles, and red onion, served on a ciabatta roll.

Raptis Family Restaurant, Howland

Craving hearty, homemade food but don’t want to cook it yourself? Howland residents know that’s when you go to Raptis, a favorite family restaurant with more than three decades of good cooking under its belt. Well, under all of our belts, if we’re being honest! While Raptis has its roots in Greek cuisine, it has you covered for breakfast, lunch, or dinner – with plenty of half-pound burgers on the menu!

CROWD FAVORITE: Stacker Burger, a breakfast burger with fried eggs, mushrooms, hashbrowns, and a fried cheese wedge.

Ohio Inn, Warren

This longtime favorite bar and restaurant in Warren is known for having the best fish in town – but the locals know that the burgers are pretty darn good, too! These burgers may not be the fanciest on the list, but they get back to that straightforward American classic. Bun. Patty. Toppings. Delicious.

CROWD FAVORITE: Mushroom Swiss Burger, stacked tall and dressed the way you like it.

Up A Creek Tavern, Howland

This lively bar and restaurant in Howland is the place to be for live music, summer patios, fun drinks – and, of course, absolutely ginormous hamburgers! From classic to spicy to sweet, these handcrafted burgers do not disappoint. Look for the Inferno Burger, “Shroom” Burger, or Burley Man Burger. And make sure to get some thick-cut fries while you’re at it!

CROWD FAVORITE: Brisket Burger, a half-pound burger topped with brisket, cheddar cheese, tomato, onion, and house mayo.

So, there you have it. There’s no shortage of local burgers to try in Trumbull County. We hope this list made you hungry!