Burgers have gone far beyond being all-American fare to become a universal culinary language. Where that language is spoken best is the burger bar, and that, too, has become a global phenomenon. In 2012 and in 2013, BurgerBusiness.com collected interesting burger-bar logos, primarily from the U.S. This time the spotlight is on a few of the many burger-menu restaurants beyond our borders.
Carolinas Original The Burger Shop by Shake ‘Em Buns
Possibly the longest name in burgerdom and yet an eye-catching logo.
Burger Power: A Burger Display of Power
Another long name with the punch of a rock ’em sock ’em graphic.
“Buns & Things”? The focus on buns is unusual and raises the question of hat “things” are.
Le Bon Burger
A giant bun with the nice touch of sesame seeds.
An elegant, under-stated line drawing.
In an age of customization, “Let the chef decide” is an interesting choice of mottos.
A wonderful wink the the dramatist’s typewriter.
A great throw-back with the “burglar mask” and ’60s-style cartooning.
A clean rendering of the burger-parts graphic.
It’s unfortunate that the obnoxious, jargony term “handcrafted” has made its way around the world.