Sparky's Hatch Green Chile Burgers

New Mexico's BEST Green Chile Burger

New craving, who dis? Nestled in “The Chile Capital of the World,” Sparky’s is a must-have for the world’s burger aficionados. This mom-and-pop roadside mecca’s been dishing out the best green chile cheeseburger for over 20 years. Josie and Teako Nunn’s cooking reflects a love for exceptional wood-fired barbecue and scratch-made burgers. Their old family burger recipe is no fuss, all flavor: quality beef, American cheese, and Hatch Green Chiles balance perfectly to give you the perfect balance of smokiness, cheesiness, and heat. Cross the best green chile cheeseburger in New Mexico off your bucket list with delivery nationwide!

We're not the only ones who love them!

Sparky’s won Best Green Chile Cheeseburger at the New Mexico State Fair in 2017. They’ve also been named the “Best Green Chile Cheeseburgers in New Mexico” by USA Today and “Green Chile Wonders of the World” by Albuquerque Style Magazine, as well as "Where to Eat in New Mexico"by the Los Angeles Times.

Sparky's Hatch Green Chile Burgers

New Mexico's BEST Green Chile Burger

New craving, who dis? Nestled in “The Chile Capital of the World,” Sparky’s is a must-have for the world’s burger aficionados. This mom-and-pop roadside mecca’s been dishing out the best green chile cheeseburger for over 20 years. Josie and Teako Nunn’s cooking reflects a love for exceptional wood-fired barbecue and scratch-made burgers. Their old family burger recipe is no fuss, all flavor: quality beef, American cheese, and Hatch Green Chiles balance perfectly to give you the perfect balance of smokiness, cheesiness, and heat. Cross the best green chile cheeseburger in New Mexico off your bucket list with delivery nationwide!

We're not the only ones who love them!

Sparky’s won Best Green Chile Cheeseburger at the New Mexico State Fair in 2017. They’ve also been named the “Best Green Chile Cheeseburgers in New Mexico” by USA Today and “Green Chile Wonders of the World” by Albuquerque Style Magazine, as well as "Where to Eat in New Mexico"by the Los Angeles Times.