It all started with the burger. Linton Hopkins’ famous “H&F burger” began at Holeman and Finch Public House as a special, only available at 10 p.m. feature each evening, with only 24 prepared nightly; a griddled double cheeseburger, topped with red onion and house-made pickles, served on a freshly baked pan de mie bun with from-scratch ketchup, and mustard on the side. The buns, sized with ideal bun-to-burger ratio in mind, are butter-toasted on the griddle for crispy golden edges. This burger is a direct descendant of the original that debuted at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair. Forged in a time of industry and progress, that burger transformed the American food landscape forever, and we aim to do the same all over again, this iconic, award-winning burger is now available all day, every day here at H&F Burger at Ponce City Market.
Looking for more than just the burger? Visit the institution where it all began, Holeman and Finch Public House, for inventive small and large plates highlighting whole animal and vegetable cookery, southern favorites, an extensive charcuterie program, diverse cocktails and a curated bourbon collection.