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New York Burger Co.
Posted by Laura on 01/12/2005
I have just had my first NY Burger Co. burger and I must say, for a take-out burger, this is really fantastic. My friend Jen suggested them (she's quite good at picking the really good local delivery places) and she was right -- again. This burger is actually really good beef, and they give you more fries than you'll know what to do with. Truly spectacular, and excellent value. I highly recommend!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/14/2004
I've had my fair share of burgers in this city. I thought Jackson Hole had the best burger till I came here. New York Burger has the best burger I have ever had. Really!! You must try it! Definitely worth every penny!
Posted by Alison on 09/07/2004
Well, technically, they're called smoothies but they are quite tasty. (Try the Elvis) The burgers are also very good as are their chicken sadwiches. You get what you pay for and, as this is on Park South and not a Burger King in the suburbs, I am also quite satisfied with the price.
Posted by rangiebob on 08/26/2004
We ate here on 8/23/04. All their meat is from the Coleman Ranch in Colorado (where we live) and is raised humanely, with no hormones or antibiotics. It was a great size burger and very reasonably priced. We paid $6.95 for a delicious, juicy burger that came with a salad and a bottle of water.We can't believe anyone would think that's expensive. We asked for it to be cooked medium and that's what we got. It was so yummy that now that we're back home, both my husband and I wish we could get this quality and price burger here in a local restaurant. But unfortunately, if we want a great Coleman burger, we have to cook it ourselves! The only burgers we have out here in western Colorado taste like cardboard and they cost around $8.00 without the salad and bottled water. If anyone gets to NYC and has a chance to eat at New York Burger Co., you are lucky!!
Posted by TomR on 08/18/2004
I like this establishment. The food is fresh, and generally the service is good. The fries are very good - far better than from the chains. This place makes a really nice change from the same old hamburger joints.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/18/2004
This is a nice change from typical fast food; more toppings and burgers made in an open kitchen. However, it's not 100% beef like you would get at a pub or restaurant. It's a more upscale fast food burger place.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/16/2004
Never have I been so moved to write a rebuttal to the guy who said this is a "damn good burger" and to "suck it up" when confronted with the high price. I'm sorry, but a "damn good burger" should fill you up. The burgers here don't. I'm guessing that either this guy is somehow connected to the restaurant, he's a yuppie on a diet -- or he wrote his review right after he ate, before he realized an hour later that he was hungry again! I'm not connected with ANY of the restaurants in the area -- I'm a local resident of many years who has seen places offering value stay and places not offering value go. I'm guessing NY Burger will fall into the latter category unless they rethink their pricing or portions. Meanwhile there IS a better burger a block away -- at the Shake Shack in Madison Square Park. For the same money as one of NY Burger's specials, you can get a Double Shack Burger made of sirloin and brisket -- it's yummy, and I guarantee you will not feel hungry again an hour after eating one...