The no-nonsense Toronto-born burger joint was founded by a wannabe pastor who quit studying theology to begin flipping burgers. The name, to him, is innocent and playful, connoting his reverence and passion for the patty (although he does have a secret menu where burgers have names like "the religious hypocrite"—that would be a veggie burger with bacon). For years, Torontonians would pilgrimage to Burger’s Priest’s lone east-end spot, where the menu was displayed on a hymn board, and the secret menu was no more than a rumor. They came for the unfussy griddled burgers made from fresh, never-frozen beef served on a buttered bun. Now, the secret menu is online and Burger's Priest has a dozen locations around the GTA. But the burgers are still A1.