750 Stony Point Rd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95407
Monday - Sunday:
11:00am – 8:00pm
9238 Old Redwood Hwy.
Windsor, CA 95492
Monday - Sunday: 11:30am – 8:00pm
8252 Old Redwood Hwy.
Cotati, CA 94931
Mon-Tue 4:00pm – 8:00pm
Wed- Sun 11:30-8:00pm
229 N. McDowell Blvd.
Petaluma, CA 94954
Monday - Sunday: 11:30am – 8:00pm
This is the Original Superburger location #1. Since the 1950s we’ve been wafting the beautiful aroma of char-grilled burgers throughout one of Santa Rosa’s most historic neighborhoods.
We call our building the “Old Gal” and she has watched times change and families grow for decades. She stands here with arms crossed, always saving you a friendly familiar spot in an otherwise hectic world.
Cotati Superburger #2 used to be Penngrove Superburger #2 until someone flicked a cigarette near the train tracks behind the restaurant and that was all she wrote. We quickly found a new home a couple miles up the Redwood Highway and it's been as if nothing ever happened.
Downtown Cotati is decidedly homegrown and has its own weather we think. It’s a perfect match for us and we make the burgers like no one else in town. Tuck into a Superburger and stare aimlessly out our window and you’ll find a little moment of old time Cotati bliss. You’re welcome.
Windsor Superburger #3 is really a #2 ½. While searching for a new home after the Penngrove Superburger fire we stumbled into a Windsor parking lot where we discovered a lonely Oliver’s Supermarket looking for a new neighbor.
We liked the pioneer spirit, we liked the location and the landlord made us an offer to open a shop in Windsor that we couldn’t refuse. Torn about which shop to open, Cotati or Windsor, we said to heck with it, do both and worry about the consequences later. We’re still giddy that we were happily adopted by two charming Sonoma County towns at the same time because how often does that happen?
One of our all-time best cooks came to us one day and said, “My daughter is going to college so I want to open a Superburger, what do you think?” Grinning from ear to ear we warned, “It’s going to be hard but we’ll help you do it.” Together we found a tiny location (the smallest so far) in a neighborhood with no promise at all that anyone there loved a great burger but that didn’t discourage us.
Roberto and his brother Tomas worked tirelessly to produce Superburgers at the highest level possible and it showed every day. Five years later this tiny restaurant in the most random neighborhood has become the busiest Superburger of them all. You can’t make this stuff up!
Our Cousin, Destiny, wanted to open a Superburger after working at the 4th street location for many years. What could be better than family jumping into the biz? We found a quiet spot in a family neighborhood in Santa Rosa’s Bennett Valley to call home.
If you are looking for a great dine-in spot for the family this is it. A throwback 70s and 80s vibe puts you in another time and place while you tuck into one of your Superburger favorites. Say hi to Destiny if you see her because feeding happy people great hamburgers is what she loves more than anything else.
Planting the Superburger spatula in Petaluma has been our goal for 15 years and it took a lot of broken bacon to get us here. Petaluma boasts a bounty of incredible places to eat and after much hand wringing, we jumped at the chance to finally raise the Superburger logo. Petaluma knows burgers and we pinky promise Superburger will be a friend worth keeping through the coming decades. With trust Scowley's Burgers passed the baton to us we will hold it tight. Thank you, Petaluma for taking a local stray burger joint in, but we can't promise we won't make burger accidents on your rug. Sonoma County Superburger since 1953.