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Posted by anonymous on 04/20/2012
The quality of the burgers are excellent expect for the soggy buns. You get to chose from a large variety of free toppings The meat itself is amazing. You don't have to get a burger but I would The sides are great even for more so for the price ex: 12$ for 2 pounds of wings. The atmosphere is very good but the music is a liitle loud. The value is excellent. 8oz burger for 6$. The sercive is good but nothing to sceam about. The delivery range is big. I strongly reccomding this place if you want to order in or want to eat the best burger in town
Posted by anonymous on 02/22/2012
The burgers are great. Zucchini sticks too. But what prompted this review was, of all things, the delivery phone service. It was a polite and delightful experience! Amazing! Good on you, for realizing the value of simple, good, service.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/04/2012
The maxi burger was great with the fries and shake.
Posted by jc on 11/28/2011
really solid great burger. fresh meat, nice stuff to put on it and cool drinks (boing and fresh stuff). For Harlem and the ues, this place is great. Next to shake shack on 86
Posted by foodie by nature on 10/31/2011
Listen jbb, there's a difference btwn grilled burgers and a burger that tastes like a grease fire flair up. And dont put the old nasty lettuce under the newer lettuce thinking we wont notice. Service? What, the cashier? I had to pick up the grease fire burger disaster myself...
Posted by Dan on 10/01/2011
I have only ordered in so I can speak about the physical location. I have ordered at least 10 times in the last year. Food is always good, order is never messed up. One particular thing I like is they always repeat your order and take their time doing it. Your never rushed so they get it right. The buns are sometimes soggy when they get to you and it seems the bun on the maxi isnt big enough but its not that big of a deal, I def recommend giving them a try. not expensive and good food. hope this helps
Posted by anonymous on 08/06/2011
Six months ago Joy Burger Bar opened on Sixth Avenue and Washington Place (in the Village). It wasn't until I heard a friend who works at Lifethyme organic grocery saying how good it is that I decided to try it. He was right. Yes, it's kind of fast food, but the burgers are charbroiled, the shakes are thick and the fries are crispy. It's a great $12 meal. I got my food to go, but there's quite a scene going on there, if you're an NYU student or simply dig that kind of vibe. Anyway, while waiting, I got talking to the owner and learned he's Israeli and it made sense. Every Israeli-owned restaurant that has opened nearby in the past few years has turned-out to be fairly cheap and fairly excellent. Nice addition to the neighborhood.