Iconic Foods of Chicago Food Tour
Devour all five of the iconic “Chicago-style” dishes from the eateries that perfected them on our most popular downtown tour.Get Tickets
Famous for: Burgers, beer and metal. Their ethos is: Support Your Community. Eat Beef. Bang Your Head.
Founded by: Started by a guy named Mike Cain. It’s now owned by his brother Ron. Mike named the place after his dog, Kuma.
The burgers here are thick, juicy, flavorful and creatively constructed. Some unique toppings you might see on one of their burgers…bourbon poached pear slices, poblano corn relish, Belgian waffle strips, and maple syrup drizzle. They’re quite tasty. Kuma’s has won several awards for their burgers. They won the Chicago Tribune Diner’s Choice Award for Best Burger for Lair of the Minotaur in 2016 and the Food Network put them on their list of Best Burgers in the country.
Fun Foodie Facts:
Kuma Burger (10 ounces ground beef, cheddar cheese, bacon and a fried egg).
Be sure to also check out their original location in Avondale on the northwest side!
Receive 15% off your total purchase on a return visit!
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