“Great burgers to sooth a craving, for the price you cant go wrong, small burgers but good”
“great burger, great price, great experience”
No lamb, no foie, no Kobe, no brioche bun. Burger Joint is simple and I love it. Order the works, thin crispy fries, a milkshake, a beer or even red wine. With Sopranos posters and handwritten signs, this strange back room in Le Parker Meridien is a time warp away from midtown.
I found this 'burger joint' and to my surprise it was really good. I ordered one cheeseburger and wound up eating three. Don't worry, they are only a dollar fifty each. Service was good, food is fresh. The fountain soda has the old RC, Sunkist, Rootbeer and more. The fries were cooked to order (I asked for them well done).
Next time I would order double cheeseburger to start.
The only thing that would make this a 10 is if they had beer.
BTW, this is a great find as you stumble home from bars or are a little hung over.
Great burgers to sooth a craving, for the price you cant go wrong, small burgers but good. These burgers are small so you may need two or three, but very good burgers for the price. Only bad thing is they closed the one on bleeker street and 6th ave.
great burger, great price, great experience. If you're craving a fresh, made-to-order burger prepared right before your eyes, this is the place. The burgers are intentionally small and priced accordingly, which allows you to purchase one for a snack, two for a meal and three to get on the road to obesity. The best part is that you can satisfy your hunger without draining your wallet.
Not Your Average Burger Joint. The coolest thing about this joint is that the burgers are actually good because they'e made with fresh ground beef. The other cool thing is that they're little. So you don't have to commit to a whole burger if you're not too hungry. The retro-minimalist decor is stylish and inviting, and the prices are cheap for the quality.
Great Place!. Amazing burger! Really cool palce! I'm not sure if i ate 3 burgers because they were so good or that they only cost $1 a piece. Try this palce out!
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