About Bingo Burger

CIA-trained Chef Richard Warner wanted to eat a mouth-watering, hand-crafted, slowcooked burger in his city of Pueblo, CO. He wanted that burger to be served up by smiling, courteous folks who made you feel welcome. To make a long story much shorter, Bingo Burger opened its doors in 2009.

Bingo Burger emphasizes fresh, cooked-to-order food, a friendly, attentive staff, and a comfortable, eclectic atmosphere. We take tremendous pride in sourcing local products whenever possible: San Luis Valley potatoes, grass-fed Colorado beef, St. Charles Mesa Pueblo Chilies, Hopscotch Bakery-churned ice cream, and beers and ales brewed up and down the Front Range.

Sure, our goal is to serve as many Bingo Burgers as our grills are capable of handling. As a small, locally-owned business weʼre aware of how many burgers need grilling in order to keep the doors open. But weʼre more than just numbers. Weʼre also about the relationships weʼre building with our customers, our staff, our farmers and ranchers and most importantly, our community.

Stop in for a Bessemer, Junction or Boilermaker Burger. Have a beer or a milkshake on our funky patio. Watch our hard-working, talented crew cook your food AFTER youʼve placed your order. Youʼll be greeted at the door, thanked when you leave and welcomed back upon your return.

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