What makes O!burger unique?

O!burger is the first burger joint in the Los Angeles area serving only !00% certified organic food. We aspire to make a delicious burger that leaves you satisfied without feeling stuffed!

What makes O!burger completely organic?

Everything from the buns, the sauce, vegetables, meat, ketchup, mustard, fries and salad dressing is organic. If it’s edible, it’s organic!

What are the benefits of organic food?

Organic food is free of pesticides, chemical fertilizer, food coloring, genetic modification, cloning, antibiotics, steroids, hormones, and other unknown elements.  The land on which the vegetables and fruit are grown, and the pasture on which the cattle graze, have been cleaned for a minimum of 3 years.
O!burger offers grass-fed beef that is rich in Omega 3’s, CLA (a fatty acid that may be a potent cancer fighter), vitamins A & E, and antioxidants, plus it has fewer calories.  It can be as lean as skinless chicken.
O!burger’s turkey burger is made of organic, free-range turkey, and the veggie burger is made in house, filled with vegetables, oats, and corn — it’s vegan and dairy free.  Enough to seduce a loyal meat lover over to the vegetarian world!

Our grass-fed beef is rich in Omega 3’s, CLA (a fatty acid that may be a potent cancer fighter), vitamins A & E, and antioxidants, plus it has fewer calories.  It can be as lean as skinless chicken.

The turkey burger is made of organic, free-range turkey, and the veggie burger is made in house, filled with vegetables, oats, and corn — it’s vegan and dairy free.  Enough to seduce a loyal meat lover over to the vegetarian world!

How is O!burger a “green” restaurant?

Our intent is to be as eco-friendly as possible.  We use packaging that is made from renewable resources that are recyclable, compostable and/or biodegradable.  Our cleaning products are green and non-toxic.

We use AFM lead-free, zero VOC Safecoat paint, the same kind used in schools and hospital. Our wooden panels are reclaimed from a farm.

We also try to control our waste output.  If we don’t give you enough napkins or ketchup, please feel free to ask for more.

Enjoy! And please let us know what you think.Click here to share your feedback.

little guy