Odds are, in the early days of Hopdoddy, you waited in their long line in the sun hoping that the burger on the other end would be worth it. And it definitely was. These days, the lines are shorter, but the quality is exactly the same. They have classic options, as well as combinations like the El Diablo with pepper jack cheese, roasted peppers and onions, salsa, and chipotle aioli (our personal favorite). From the fresh-baked buns to the crunchy lettuce, you get a high level of quality here for a pretty reasonable price.
There are many burger combinations to try out at Hopdoddy, from veggie to ahi tuna to bison to regular old cow.