Fizz Burgers & Bottles Revisited

Fizz Burgers & Bottles

It’s been a handful of years since I last stopped by Fizz Burgers & Bottles, so I figured it was time for a revisited review of the burger restaurant in northeast Wichita. I was joined by a friend who lived near the restaurant and was a fan of the place.


7718 E 37th St., Wichita, KS 67226

Monday – Saturday: 11am – 9pm
Closed on Sunday

Cash/Card Accepted

Not pictured and completely my fault for doing so were the pickles. The thick crinkle-cut side of dill pickles were an excellent way to start our lunch. I am in love with pickles, and Fizz does it about as good as anyone. There’s the perfect amount of crunch in each bite. Any visit to Fizz, requires this as part of the order.

Along with pickles, everybody should order the fries. And if you’re a big fan of condiments like myself, this is the place to go. They had ranch, roasted garlic, garlic aioli, mayo, smoked pepper mayo, BBQ, ketchup, zesty mustard, whole-grain mustard, Dijon mustard, yellow mustard and spicy ketchup. To be honest, their fries were good, but the sauces were what really sold the entire experience for me. My favorites included the roasted garlic, garlic aioli and spicy ketchup.

For my main entree, I had the spicy burger which came with Monterey jack cheese, red onion, shredded lettuce, smoked pepper mayo all on a 100% fresh-ground chuck, double ground in-house patty on a toasted bun.

As far as burgers go, I would have preferred something a little unhealthier. There are different styles of burgers and Fizz is definitely up many people’s alleys given how busy they were over lunch. This was a little dry for me, but I also typically go for the thicker, juicier, greasier, messier burgers. The menu at Fizz advertised a toasted bun and I’m not quite sure mine was toasted… or for long if it was.

This wasn’t a bad burger; more along the lines of “not my thing”.

Fizz Burgers & Bottles

To go with the pickles and variety of sauces, the service at Fizz was outstanding. Our server was attentive, taking care of multiple tables and did a fantastic job all day.

Where do you rank Fizz against other burgers in town?

Here’s their menu:

Happy Dining,

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1 thought on “Fizz Burgers & Bottles Revisited”

  1. Been to Fizz a few times with a buddy that lives close by. I think they’re good, but not my favorite, but someplace I would not object to going to if it was suggested. As far as local places like Fizz I prefer Dempsey’s in Clifton Square. I’ve tried their Reuben and it’s not bad. I’m hard to impress with these, as I like the way I do them at home better than anywhere I’ve found commercially. I agree with you about their fries and the sauces available for dipping, very good options. I haven’t tried their pickles, but certainly will after reading your take on them. I need to go back and try another of their burgers to see if it stands out in my memory afterwards for a better review.
    Keep up the great work EB. 👍

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