The burger went through several models before arriving at the bun-meat-bun structure we know today, including the messy meat-bun-meat phase and the controversial bear trap-meat-bear trap arrangement. Enjoy modern sandwich technology with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of burgers and more at Busy Bee Burger in Chelsea.
Busy Bee Burger serves sustainable succulence in juicy burgers made from organically raised Meyer Angus beef. Ingredients are locally sourced from a farm in Indian Springs before being mounded into single ($2.79) or double burgers ($3.89), slid onto fresh-baked buns, and adorned with sliced tomatoes, shredded lettuce, sweet onions and special sauce.
Like power-mad toddlers decorating their inflatable castles, diners deliberate over patty accoutrements including danish blue and imported swiss cheeses ($0.89 each), applewood-smoked bacon ($1.29), and organic pico di gallo ($0.89). Spud samurais hand-cut Yukon gold or Idaho potatoes before frying them in cottonseed oil until crispy ($1.29–$3.59), and milkshake-makers craft drinkable desserts ($2.99 for 12 oz.) from Blue Bell ice cream. The breakfast menu sates sunrise snackers with biscuit combos (from $1.79) as well as an ultra breakfast burrito (starting at $2.99), which rouses awake tortilla-blanketed eggs, cheese, sausage, and hash browns with early-morning demolition teams of teeth and silverware.
- A new burger joint in Chelsea is bringing the old-fashioned courtesy and flavor back to breakfast and lunch on the go. – Katie Hurst, Shelby County Reporter
- Busy Bee will offer as many as 20 pies a day -- from pumpkin, peach and pecan to chocolate, banana and coconut cream and apple, cherry and blueberry in between. – Bob Carlton, Birmingham News
16634 Hwy. 280
Chelsea, Alabama 35043Get Directions