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Three Cheeseburgers You Need to Taste at Turtle Bay Resort

Posted on Fri, 2016/09/16 - 3:52pm by Jessica Gellert

You can’t go wrong with a juicy beef patty, melted cheddar and mayonnaise dripping down your fingers kind of cheeseburger. America’s favorite meal is so sinfully satisfying we aren't surprised it has its own national holiday: National Cheeseburger Day celebrated September 18th!

Where did this mouthwatering concoction come from? Lionel Sternberger is reputed to have introduced the cheeseburger in 1926 at the age of 16. He  was working as a fry cook at his father's Pasadena, California sandwich shop, "The Rite Spot," and "experimentally dropped a slab of American cheese on a sizzling hamburger."  We’re all glad he did!

In honor of National Cheeseburger Day, we are celebrating our three favorite North Shore, Oahu burgers that call Turtle Bay home.

Shore Break Wagyu Kabayaki Cheeseburger
Roy’s Beach HouseKuilima Cove

The open-air eatery located right on the beach started serving amazing meals about a month ago but it’s no surprise their Shore Break Wagyu Kabayaki Cheeseburger is already a hit. The thick patty is a hybrid of Kobe and American beef and smothered with cheddar cheese, sautéed mushrooms, caramelized onions and a hefty helping of bacon. All these treats are sandwiched between a bun smothered in parmesan mayo and toasted. Grab your burger, served with perfectly salt and pepper seasoned steak fries and soak in the ocean view. You can even dig your toes in the sand if you want to.
Insider tip: Ask for a side of their house made Siracha sauce for some extra spice or throw on some fresh avocado.
Cost: $19, only available during lunch.

The Point Burger
The Point: Sunset & Pool BarPool Deck

What can we say; The Point is on point with its grass-fed beef cheeseburger. Savor an 8oz Big Island Beef patty covered in your choice of cheese, topped with Pupukea greens and Hau’ula tomato and then sandwiched between sweet toasted taro buns. It’s served up with crispy French fries. We suggest you upgrade them to the Cajun seasoned fries with a side of ranch. The view at The Point is amazing. Here the sunsets are breathtaking and the skills of the surfers you’ll watch off in the distance can be jaw-dropping.
Insider tip: Add some avocado and bacon!
Cost: $16, available for lunch and dinner.

Classic American Cheeseburger
Lei Lei's Bar & Grill, Turtle Bay Golf 

Lei Lei’s Bar & Grill located by our championship golf courses serves up their Classic American Cheeseburger made with Fresh Hawaii-Big Island Grass-Fed Beef, cheddar cheese, lettuce, onions and tomato. You can add avocado and bacon too. The bun is covered with butter and toasted before all the delicious ingredients are placed on top with aloha. Enjoy your burger with a side of thick steak fries.  Stop by after a game of golf on one of Hawaii's top rated golf courses, The Palmer.
Insider tip:  Ask for their housemade spicy chipotle mayo to smother on top of your cheeseburger or to dip your fries in for an extra kick.
Cost: $14, only available for lunch.

How are you celebrating #NationalCheeseburgerDay ? Which one of these sandwiches are you craving to try? Comment below and let us know!