It’s hard to find good hamburgers in Oklahoma City. Don’t really like the national chain restaurants, but there are some good local places to eat. One of my new favorites is Tucker’s Onion Burger. This is a good old-fashioned greasy onion burger, the way they’re supposed to be.
The menu is pretty basic, you have burgers, either single or double with or without cheese. They also have turkey burgers but really if you’re going to a burger place you shouldn’t be concerned about your diet. There is also a burger on the menu called the Mother Tucker. Only order this if you are hungry, a pound of meat and onions with cheese and bacon extra. If you do order, wait for the staff to announce it. I’m not going to give it away but it’s great and I laugh every time. All of the beef, cheese, veggies, and buns are locally sourced from within 300 miles of Oklahoma City, so nothing frozen. They only recently found a bacon vendor, so this delicious addition is new to the menu. Fries are hand cut and served in a bag seasoned with sea salt.
My first trip was a few years ago when we went to the location on NW 23rd Street. The owners repurposed an old convenience store into a small restaurant in 2010. Food was good but the place was just too small. Not long afterward they opened their next location in the new shopping center Classen Curve. Much better, bigger restaurant so not as crowded. Last year they opened a third location on north May Ave, bigger still and this one seems to be the busiest.
Tucker’s is just a basic hamburger place with good simple onion burgers. I give it five strips of bacon- shut your mouth.
Address: 324 NW 23rd Street, Oklahoma City; 5740 N Classen Blvd (Classen Curve), Oklahoma City; 15001 N. May Ave (north of Quail Springs Mall), Oklahoma City; 12215 N Rockwell Ave., Oklahoma City; 2166 NW 24th Ave., Norman.