Cartoon Burgers You Wished Were Real

Why doesn’t our local diner serve these mouthwatering cartoon burgers?

If the Krusty Krab and Bob’s Burgers were real, we’d eat at them constantly. 


Foods in cartoons look perfect. They’re glossy, shiny, and the burgers are layered to perfection. When Patrick takes a bite out of a Krabby Patty, the burger never falls apart — we wish we could say the same about the sandwiches at Shake Shack and McDonald’s. The next time you’re eating a diner burger, close your eyes and imagine it was made by Bob Belcher or Squidward Tentacles.

The Krabby Patty has to be at the top of the list of cartoon burgers we long to eat. While we love Spongebob’s adventures with Patrick, there’s nothing better than his scenes at the Krusty Krab. Even though the burger is imaginary, we always hoped our local diner would make a Krusty Krab-inspired patty. Wouldn’t it be amazing if there were actually a vault filled with mouthwatering Krabby Patties?

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Louise, Tina, and Gene are the highlights of Bob’s Burgers — they’re always sneaking away from parental supervision. We look forward to their adventures, but we also look forward to seeing what the burger of the day is at Bob’s Burgers. Every episode, there’s a new selection, and they all sound delightful. Some of the scrumptious burgers that appear on the infamous chalkboard are the Take a Leek Burger, Let’s Give ’Em Something Shiitake ‘Bout Burger, and Sweet Chili O’ Mine Burger. I have no idea why Bob’s Burgers is always so empty. If it were a real burger spot, it would be packed every day.