East Hill’s Brown Bagger food truck, stationed within the tree tunnel of Wisteria Tavern, has been sparking rumors of the best burger in the Panhandle since opening in January 2021.

But what exactly is it about them that has contributed to the constant sell-outs?

Some customers say it’s the freshly baked potato bun from Pensacola’s Craft bakery. Others argue it’s hand-formed quarter pound Waygu beef that serves as the spotlight of the signature Bagger Burger.

Brown Bagger co-owner Tim Thompson said the brand goes deeper than the ingredients placed inside the “hang loose” beige bag.

Spirit of the Brown Bagger

A black bean burger and fries are ready to eat at the Brown Bagger food truck outside the Wisteria Tavern in Pensacola.

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Thompson and co-owner Ellis O’Neal said despite the success they had in their individual careers in the years leading up to opening Brown Bagger, there was something that felt indescribably special about the food truck concept.

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