About Us

Who are we?

We are a classic cheeseburger joint. We grind a custom blend of ultra premium beef. Our beef is always fresh. We cook our cheeseburgers on a flat top griddle not on a charcoal broiler. We believe in purity, simplicity and over a hundred years of grilling and grinding techniques.

Where are we?

We are located in select areas across the GTA with the hopes of one day reaching the ends of the earth. One burger at a time.

What's wrong?

We have been long exposed to massive portions of over processed over spiced frozen beef that has been charred to petrification.

What's the solution?

Fresh ground beef, soft bun, simple toppings, griddled to perfection.

What time is it?

It’s time for redemption…come feast with us. 

It’s not gourmet, just tasty. Sometimes simple is best.

Stephanie Dickison, Metro Toronto


Premium beef patty topped the way you like it

Premium beef patty with cheese

Bacon Cheeseburger
Premium beef patty with cheese + bacon

The “Option”
Two roasted portobello mushroom caps, panko crusted, stuffed with cheese and fried to perfection

The Priest
Cheeseburger with The Option on top

High Priest
Two beef patties, secret sauce, cheese, pickles, chopped lettuce, diced onions on a non-sesame seed bun

Low Priest
Beef patty, secret sauce, cheese, pickles, chopped lettuce, diced onions on a non-sesame seed bun

Blue cheeseburger with bacon

California Classic
Cheeseburger with a ring of sautéed onions, sandwiched between buttered buns, topped with secret sauce, lettuce and tomato

The Vatican City
Double cheeseburger sandwiched between two grilled cheese buns

Fiery Furnace
Bacon cheeseburger with crushed hot peppers

Red Sea
Cheeseburger with chili on top

Peter’s Denial
Southern fried chicken, sweet corn, gravy

Nathan’s Hot Dog
Str8 up Nathan’s hot dog

Chili Cheese Hot Dog
Nathan’s hot dog topped with chili and cheese

What’s Right Combo
Double cheeseburger, chili cheese fries, cookie and a drink

Special Toppings
Bacon, Fried Onions and Smoke (deep fried Jalepenos) available

Fresh Cut Fries

Chili Cheese Fries

Cheese Fries


Ice Cream Sangwich

Vatican on Ice

The Option

This is our vegetarian option. A custom blend of cheesy goodness sandwiched between two roasted portobello mushrooms, breaded and deep fried then placed on a bun with your choice of toppings.


Locations & Hours




3397 Yonge St.
Toronto, On
Canada M4N 2M7
phone: 416 488 3510

7887 Weston Rd #6
Vaughan ON
L4L 2V5
phone: 905 856 2662

1636 Queen St. E.
Toronto, On
Canada M4L 1G3
phone: 647 346 0617

1599 the Queensway
Etobicoke Ontario
Canada M8Z 1V1
phone: 416 792 0054

463 Queen St. W.
Toronto, On
Canada M5V 2A9
phone: 647 748 8108

129 Lakeshore Road East
Mississauga, Ontario
Canada L5G 1E5
phone: 905 990 7300

435 Stone Road
Guelph, ON
Canada N1G 2X6
phone: 519 265 6624

212 Adelaide St. W.
Toronto, ON
Canada M5H 1W7
phone: 647 347 7757
Open until 2am on Thurs and 4am on Fri/Sat
Closed Sundays

1591 Upper James St.
Hamilton, ON
Canada L9B 1K2
phone: 905 387 9797

3280 Dufferin Street
Toronto, ON
Canada M6A 2T4
phone: 647 352 7070

406 Bloor St. W.
Toronto, ON
Canada M5S 1X5
phone: 647 346 3241

120 Concert Way #1
Barrie, ON
Canada L4N 0M7
phone: 705-719-1584



10148 – 109th Street
Edmonton, AB
Canada T5J 1M7
phone: 780 760 0777


Mon-Wed: 11:30am-09:30pm
Thu-Fri: 11:30am-10:30pm
Sat: 12:00pm-10:30pm
Sunday: 12:00pm-8:00pm
Hours may vary at each location

Holiday Hours
All locations:
Christmas Eve- Closed at 6 pm
Christmas Day- Closed
Boxing Day- Regular hours
New Year’s Eve- Closed at 8 pm (Adelaide regular hours)
New Year’s Day- Regular hours (Guelph is closed)

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Social Media

We are all over the Internet


Time for redemption at this cheeseburger joint.

Source: foodieflair.com

November 30, 2016

Fresh from the griddle and made to your liking with their selection of toppings is always a nice touch.


#BurgerBucketList: 20 Burgers in Toronto You Need to Try

Source: viewthevibe.com

November 24, 2016

Hungry? We challenge you to eat your way through Toronto one delicious burger at a time! Whether you’re looking for a classic greasy stack or a dolled up patty with creative fixings, one thing’s for sure, a juicy burger never goes out of style or gets old.


A Canadian Burger List for your Bucket List

Source: travelzoo.com

June 13, 2016

Our pick: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (from the Secret Menu)
Rather than being sandwiched between two regular buns, this four-patty burger is held together by two grilled cheese sandwiches. Enough said.


Can eating a hamburger seem like a religious experience?

Source: barrietoday.com

May 2, 2016

The Burger's Priest, a new burger joint in town, is trying to make the burger eating experience something to celebrate


Barrie, ON gets the newest location for The Burger's Priest on April 30th in the Park Place Plaza. Directly off of the 400 highway, this location is perfect for a quick stop on your way North.


The Burger’s Priest: The Biggest Money Mistake I Ever Made

Source: borrowell.com

August 28, 2015

Borrowell interviewed The Burger’s Priest, aka Shant Mardirosian, on a bunch of money-related topics. Learn about the biggest money mistake he ever made, his advice to anyone starting a small business and more...


Burger’s Priest Channels NWA in Straight Outta Coxwell

Source: www.citynews.ca

August 21, 2015

“It’s a good time for us to tell our story. Some kids from Coxwell helped touch the world,” says the street-hardened voice, over an old-school beat. Ice Cube? Dr. Dre? Not quite. It’s Shant Mardirosian, founder of Toronto-based burger chain Burger’s Priest.


The National Post asks The Burger’s Priest to create the ultimate Canadian burger. The result is a combination of their signature patty, a Nova Scotia lobster claw and maple-infused bacon...


Ninth Burger’s Priest Location to Launch

Source: foodserviceandhospitality.com

June 9, 2015

Toronto’s entertainment district is prepped for the newest Burger's Priest location to open on June 12, 2015. Night owls will appreciate this location as it will be open until 4 a.m.


Toronto has marquee-name chefs, inventive up-and-comers, all kinds of shining examples of international cuisines. But the longest lines are at poutine shops, raucous bars with deep-fried snack menus or the almighty Burger's Priest.