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New York Burger Co. (CLOSED)

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  • Burgers, Hot Dogs
  • 303 Park Ave S, New York NY10010 40.7402469 -73.9857679
  • (Btwn 23rd & 24th St)
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  • (212) 254-2727
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User Ratings (Based on 59 reviews)

3.045
Food 3.3 Value 2.7
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 2.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 254-2727
Fax:
fax
(212) 254-2448
Website:
www.newyorkburgerco.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 11am-10:30pm Sat-Sun: 11am-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Min Delivery:
10.00
Delivery Area:
9th to 36th St FDR Dr to Fifth Ave

User Reviews

  • New York Burger Co.

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/10/2006

    Grass is greener for a reason

    The loud screech from the blender might have done it.. the cheese was unmelted, the burger flavorless, and the bun too big for the burger.. the atmospher was loud and jarring.. and with so many good burger places in nyc, not finding any love here

  • New York Burger Co.

    Posted by K.S on 09/28/2006

    Best turkey burgers in NYC!!!

    I have fallen in love with the tasty turkey burgers!! crave them a few times a week and they use free-range meat and use veg oil for their fries. Healthier alternative and very very tasty!! never eat there only deliver. Location on 6th ave my fav. Salads also delish as well as chili. Nice people, fast delivery. Highly recommend.

  • New York Burger Co.

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/08/2006

    Not bad, a bit over priced...

    ...but when you're on an expense account, who cares? the fries were good and the quality of the hamburger meat wasn't bad, a little overcooked though, next time I'll just ask for medium rare. I don't think that I'd go out of my way to go here again, but if you're in the 30s on the east side or 20s on the west, it's not a bad choice. Definitely better than some of the other choices around.

  • New York Burger Co.

    Posted by curtyv on 04/03/2006

    Skip the veggie burger

    The veggie burger is a falafel-like chickpea pattie that's a bit dry and too expensive for what it is. You can get a much tastier falafel sandwich down the street for about half the price. On the other hand I enjoyed the onion rings, but not enough that I would recommend this place to anyone else.

  • New York Burger Co.

    Posted by Kevin on 04/01/2006

    Good reason for the price

    Yes, this place is part of the new fast food hype machine that's so "style over substance" it hurts. However, the one thing MANY price related reviews seem to miss is that this place uses Bell & Evans "free range" chicken and Coleman "natural" beef. OF COURSE it's going to cost more than the sickly, antibiotic stuffed, product 99% of the other burger joints use. No it's not organic, but it's better than the "garbage in, garbage out" used at most places. I think you're paying a slight premium for hype + NYC rents + higher quality ingredients. When you look at it that way, NY Burger is not so over priced. More expensive that the typical burger joint - yes. Anyone that shops at Whole Food or orders organic from Fresh Direct knows what I mean.

  • New York Burger Co.

    Posted by Anonomuse on 03/18/2006

    Amazing

    The food is so amazing. I find myself craving the deliose burgers. I think it is deffinetly worth the price.

  • New York Burger Co.

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/26/2006

    What can I say?

    Food - I had the chili and it was so spicy and way too hot I had to return it. Everyone in my group agreed. The chef was full of attitude and said to me it's supposed to be hot ... it's chili. Wrong, it should say hot on the menu ... Overpriced. Get a decent meal and it's already at least $15 for fast food ... Hospital white lightening is way too brite. Can they tone it down a bit?? One plus, is that it is new.

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