Main St Market Burger

Samford

Main St Market Burger is a family-friendly burger and beer garden located in the main street of picturesque Samford Villlage.

Whether enjoying a beer at the spacious outdoor tables or a tasty burger indoors, this Samford watering hole is definitely worth a visit.

Main St Market Burger Samford

Several varieties of burgers are available and made to order at Main St Market Burger, including bbq, chicken bacon ranch, super spicy, cheese, no moo (vegan) and beef.

Main St Market Burger Samford

Sides of sweet potato fries, onion rings, jalapeno poppers, mozzarella sticks and traditional shoestring fries are also on offer.

Main St Market Burger Samford

For drinks, there are a selection of soft drinks, juices, wines and local craft beers such as Fortitude Brewing Co and Green Beacon as well as Main St Lager on tap.

There are also "kidlet burger" options on the menu at Main St Market and little ones will enjoy the mini picnic table and burger toys for those sitting outside.

Need to know - Street parking is available in front of Main St Market Burger.

Main St Market Burger

23 Main St

Samford Village

Opening hours

0431 814 336

Map

23 Main St Samford Village

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