Breaking news in the field of opulent burgers.
There’s... uh... a really opulent new burger that you can get.
And you can get it...
... at Beer & Buns
, an expansive new dining room housing a $250 burger, now soft-open in Murray
burger. That’s what it’s called. It sports Kobe beef, wine-sautéed foie gras,
fresh truffles and beluga caviar. And it’s for when you a) win your office’s NCAA tournament pool; b)
are insane; c) have only a short while to live; or d) have a love of burgers that transcends that of a
But most of the time, you’re coming here for sliders and “normal” burgers
—the Korean-short-rib kind, the chili-sauce-topped-grouper
kind and the olive-oil-marinated kind. Also, beer. It’s available both by the bucket and by the tower.
(Ah, Murray Hill.)
You’ll walk in and think, “This doesn’t look like a burger joint.” Burger joints don’t have
brushed-steel columns or sunny
. But this does, along with a few well-placed flat-screens for the madness of March. So,
to recap: extravagant burgers, televised athletics and towers of lager.
Yeah, that wouldn’t interest you at all.
Beer & Buns
130 E 39th St
(between Lexington and Park)
New York, NY 10016