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Burger Bar Crescent’s Hangover Burger [Dinner Time]

The first Burger Week Montreal competition came to a close at midnight on September 7th with the announcement that burger-specialty restaurant Burger Bar Crescent had received the winning tally of 534 votes for its $15 Hangover Burger, a 6-oz. beef patty topped with caramelized onions, bacon, American cheese, truffle oil, fried egg and a mini poutine (fries, cheese curds and gravy).

The competition, touted as “a celebration of burgers”, saw 31 Montreal restaurants offering a special burger for the week of Sept. 1-7. Those dining at participating establishments received a “voting card” with the restaurant’s name, a password and a QR code which could be scanned to submit votes. Hit the jump to see who earned the 2nd-10th place spots.

m:brgr: Kobe Burger ($10)
Kobe beef topped with Pecorino cheese, arugula, cherry tomatoes and grilled all-beef salami with chili ketchup

ART:brgr: Volcano Burger ($15)
Premium meat patty, Portobello in white wine and garlic butter, avocado on a bed of thin- sliced house-made chips and spicy jalapeňos covered with Swiss cheese, house-made aïoli and tomato sauce; topped with an (optional) sunny-side-up egg

Diablos Smoke House BBQ: The Sixth Deadly Sin Burger ($15)
Beef patty topped with Provolone cheese, smoked bacon and smoked tomato ketchup; then the entire burger is deep-fried

BAXO Cuisine & Bar: Hulk Smash Burger ($15)
A 13-oz. patty of marinated hanger steak with pulled Appalachian deer, house-made bacon, aged Cheddar, heirloom tomatoes, rustic BBQ apple sauce and smoked mayo on a sourdough bun

Jukebox Burgers & Bar Laitier: Rocky Marciano Burger ($10)
100% Canadian Angus beef, cheese and spices

Suite 701: Kobe Burger with Foie Gras ($15)
A 6-oz. Canadian Wagyu beef patty with Quebec-sourced foie gras “au torchon,” Mystique cider-onion compote, chicory and spicy mayo on a fresh poppy-seed onion bun

Mister Steer: The Monsieur Supreme Burger ($10)
Beef patty with melted Cheddar, crisp bacon, beer-braised onions and house-made BBQ sauce on a sesame Kaiser bun

iBurger: Sushi Burger ($15)
Fresh salmon tartare, mango and avocado between two thin rice cakes

Café Souvenir: Breakfast Burger ($10)
Pulled pork, fried egg, avocado and tomatoes on a kaiser bun

(via BB)

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