Love our burgers, fries, and hand dipped milkshakes? Well let Columbus know! Go to http://www.columbusparent.com/content/topic/2012/04/best-of-columbus.html and click VOTE NOW!
We are under two seperate catagories, one for best burger and fries, and another for milkshakes!
In case you don’t know your favorite store’s hours…we got ‘em right here for you!
Graffiti Burger Dublin
Graffiti Burger Grandview
All of our Graffiti Burger locations will be open Easter Sunday for regular hours!
Come on in and we’ll fry an egg for your burger!
We added a few new things to our menu! Check out this Columbus Dispatch artical and they’ll tell you all about it!
Graffiti Burger is now serving two new milkshake flavors! Strawberry and Oreo, along with our original Chocolate and Vanilla.
$2.99 for all Milkshakes.Our online ordering will reflect these changes soon. Until then, if you place an order online and would like either new flavor just let us know in the comments section of the order!
East Coast artist ROB STULL will be at the PICKERINGTON Graffiti Burger at 12:30 pm on THURSDAY JUNE 2nd and then at our GRANDVIEW location on SATURDAY JUNE 4th at 12:30 pm!
Some days you just want a good old fashion hamburger with fries and a Coke, or maybe a milkshake. With all the chain burger joints around Central Ohio, we often find ourselves enjoying someone’s “juicy” square patty or maybe a “flame broiled” round patty or possibly a round patty that has served “billions” all over the world. Good consistent hamburgers with lots of fresh toppings and soft baked buns is what I grew up (and out) with. America is the land of the “Hamburger”. Could someone possibly re-invent this corner stone of our on-the-go society? Well . . . maybe!
Columbus Alive’s Best of Columbus 2011 is still taking votes until February 28th!
We need your support, vote for your favorite local burger & fry joint in both those categories.
Thank you, thank you, thank you juicy burger lovers!
Restaurant review: Graffiti Burger
Thursday, December 2, 2010 06:00 AM
By G.A. Benton • Photos by Will Shilling
When the KFC Colonel surrendered his mess hall at Arcadia and High, he left legions of locals hoping for an encouraging change in fast-food regimes. Well, with the recently opened Graffiti Burger, they’ve seemingly gotten just what they’ve been looking for.
Since I live nearby and have been observing marauding armies of eager burger warriors marching into this newest outpost of the Columbus-owned mini chain, I decided I had no excuse but to catch up with a few of its newer menu options (yeah, life is tough!).