Time to #SpiceUpSpring with #VisitPueblo!
Our next stop will include entrees and appetizers from Bingo Burger! Something UNIQUE you may notice about the the Pueblo Chile Bingo Burger uses is that the color is RED! Chef Richard Warner specifically orders Fire roasted red chile from our local farmers. This means it stays on the chile plant a little while longer. Warner uses this secret to his advantage, as he feels it adds for a bolder flavored chile.
Warning!!! This post may leave you craving a Pueblo Chile Burger and loaded tater tots!
Did you know?- The namesake Bingo Burger was launched during Pueblo’s Annual Chile & Frijoles Festival in 2007. Chef/Owner Richard Warner set up a grill in front of his wife’s Hopscotch Bakery and grilled hundreds of burgers for folks hungry for something different. He capitalized on the unique flavor of the locally-grown and roasted Pueblo chile and mixed them right into the beef before grilling. BINGO! The Bingo Burger was born. These burgers proved to be so popular a brick and mortar shop opened its doors in 2010 in the heart of Pueblo’s Creative Corridor.
Burgers and fries cooked to order, creamy milkshakes and malts and icy, cold Colorado craft beers all served in a fun and funky atmosphere make Bingo Burger a winner with locals and out-of-towners alike!
WE recommend the "The Blast Furnace" (Bingo beef, thick cut bacon, pimento cheese, extra Pueblo chiles, sriracha ketchup) and a side of- "Aunt Pickles' Hot Tots" (A mountain of tater tots smothered with Pueblo chile cheese sauce, Pueblo chiles & crumbled bacon) Also be sure to order all their signature sauce options. Several of them contain Certified Pueblo Chile!
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