Sometime in the last few years, Chicago — always a hot-dog city — started caring an awful lot about hamburgers. Blame it on any number of things: a return to comfort food, the rise of the steakhouse, the blurring boundaries between high and low. Whatever the reason, Chicago is now, unabashedly, a burger town — and from Harmony Hamburgers, where the burger’s been the same since 1953, to Sola’s lofty American wagyu patty topped with cambozola, pineapple-caramelized onions, bacon, and arugula, there’s a version for every palate. We’ve rounded up thirty of our favorites and present them to you with photographic proof of their juicy, beefy appeal and vital statistics, too. Depending on what you’re asking of your burger (or, in the case of the towering behemoths at Kuma’s Corner, what the burger asks of you), they can all stake a claim to be the best in town.