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Posted by Carly Monardo on 05/09/2007
Let's face it; New York is chock a block with some overpriced/mediocre burger joints. Thus it comes as no surprise to me that brgr is just as expensive as its competitors. The difference here is that the burgers are actually very tasty and satisfying. The fries are cooked to perfection, the staff is friendly, and the aesthetic is pleasing. If you have to blow $10 plus on a burger lunch in the city, this is the place to do it.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/13/2007
I recently started at Two Penn Plaza... the luncheon fare in this 'neighborhood' is abhorrent... I recently found this really neat space in which to hang out and the burgers are pretty good, too! I get the one with the fried egg and cheese. I also get a double patty and that's all I need to last me all day. The second floor has been torn out leaving only the frame so the room has this big urban barn-loft vibe with modern stainless steel counters & big sunny windows... It's a nice respite from the nightmare that is 'working over Penn Station'... cute gals at FIT across the stree as well ;-)
Posted by Anonymous on 04/12/2007
The food is not great and their service needs fixing. I've been to the restaurant once and ordered for delivery once. Both times, I've had to wait extremely long. Not sure what the hype is about--probably the cool looking restaurant.
Posted by Don on 04/06/2007
Remember roadside burger shacks, way out on some country highway? Griddle fried burgers, heaps of shredded lettuce, a paper thin tomato slice, pickle chips, "secret" sauce? BRGR has brought back that greasy-but-so-good childhood memory in a retro setting. Updates include "build your own" toppings, plus turkey and veggie patty options. There's no service, as such. You get a number stuck on a stand. Your paper-lined tray is dropped off. Fries are good. Sea salt provided. Only the price is a drawback--a bit high, but memories are priceless, right?
Posted by Colleen on 04/02/2007
But the neighborhood actually doesn't boast much, sooo this place is what it is... Good, but sort of pricey. When we get delivery (2 people) it usually comes to $40 dollars. They should make some sort of a value meal. It's nice that everything is fresh and organic, I can't say I've ever had a bad burger here. The service here could be a lot better. A LOT better. They consistently forget things that they shouldn't which is frustrating. The space is cute and trendy. Probably better to go and eat-in rather than order delivery.
Posted by Chelseaite on 03/23/2007
Underwhelming and Expensive. Greasy, overcooked (eventhough I asked for med. rare) and tasteless. Cheap, supermarket buns. And for $18 for a double burger and milkshake - not worth it. Can't imagine why it's popular.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/10/2007
In general I'm a fan of organic products because I do think they taste better, but the burgers here are just plain poor. They come wrapped so tightly that the buns are squished and soaked through... do they even toast the buns? The meat was dry and not very flavorful, the toppings just thrown together, fries cold when I recieved them. Also the person who took my order was so incompetent I had to repeat each part of my info (name, address, number, my order) several times. I'm sorry but if I'm paying $14 (it comes to that for burger and fries /tax) + tip for a burger it better be at least above average.