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Posted by Anonymous on 03/29/2012
Great Burgers, Great Fries, just GREAT !!
Posted by Al on 03/26/2011
This place not only has great burgers (a must if your name is going to have 'burger' in it), but great salads, fries, shakes -- basically everything I've ever had on their menu has been great. It's always busy and sometimes seating is difficult, but I've never had a long wait.
Posted by Ula on 02/21/2011
Good food if you want to get full and fat.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/02/2010
Went there with someone I was dating just to get a quick bite. We ordered at the same time and my food came but hers never came. We noticed there was a basket on the chef bar sitting there for a while and after 25 mins we found out it was hers. Her fries were cold so she asked for a new batch and the server was really snappy. Almost made me want to flex! She was given a fresh batch of fries that the server slammed down on the table. I think we caught the server on a bad day but the food is always good!
Posted by jay on 05/14/2010
Hands-down the best burgers I've ever had. First off, not many places still serve burgers rare, med-rare, med, med-well or well. Even those that medium and well get it wrong most of the time, not 67 Burger. I've been there at least 5 times and always spot on. The offer a dozen specialty burgers; I've had their southwestern, parisian and 67 Burger. The southwestern is my favorite: spicy chipotle mayo, roasted peppers, scallions and jack cheese. Only $8.50 and it's a big 7 oz. burger. Also try the beer milkshake - sounds gross, it's delicious. I like their regular french fries but my friends love the sweet potato and curly fries. Also worth mentioning is that I've never had a tomato that's anything but perfectly ripe, 9 times out of 10 I toss the tomato in other burger places because it's just not ripe. Service is very friendly and they have a good selection of beers. I live in Manhattan but have gone to Brooklyn just for 67 Burger. Don't miss it.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/20/2010
I desperately want to like 67 Burger, but I don't. While the fries are good, even though they are previously frozen, the burgers need help. The problem is twofold. The meat needs to be higher quality. Second, the burgers are cooked with little metal domes over them to make them cook faster (I know this because I asked the cook). The end result is a smoky, strongly chemically flavored meat. The flames from the fat flare up and the off tasting grease smoke permeates the burger. I've had this experience 3 times there and have sadly stopped going. I would gladly pay a little more and wait for a properly cooked, higher quality burger.
Posted by ERD on 12/07/2009
Been four times now and everything's been pretty smooth. It's never been too crowded, service has been friendly, have never sat that close to the cook thus haven't heard him complain or anything. It's not too bad price-wise either considering it's a higher-end product for what it is and I don't think the meat is pre-frozen. Obviously it's not going to be the Shake Shack but if you're in that neighborhood, it's a great option. That said, it is a bit frustrating that the fries and shakes always come out a good 5-7 minutes before the burgers.