I didn't have to put Ketchup on my burger
Pickles made me want to have sex with everyone around me
Waitress on our visit was nice and told us a story
The coke tasted a little funny
The "bear" / "bare" theme is a little much. And as far as I can tell, they don't serve bear.
I just had Bareburger for the first time ever on a lunch date with Matt Josephson. (Who else?)
I really had not done much research on the place. I was soon to learn that this is an Organic type of food joint that prides itself on it’s ingredients and taste. Boy, have I been let down before by the big O word when it comes to recommended eats. New food establishments are plenty… but we were already sitting so I decided to leave lunch to luck and discovery.
Matt ordered us some Crispy Spicy Pickle Spears, which was a great choice. While it was way too hot and almost killed us with the amount of Pickle Juice splashing all over the table… it was definately worth the skin burning and mess of two men who cannot eat fried pickles with any type of grace.
I had a country bacon… which was the safest choice for my first burger.
I have a rule when it comes to new burger places. If I don’t have to put ketchup on my burger then it’s damn good. Luckily for my taste buds, I was glad to leave the ketchup in it’s little bare bottle as the entire burger hibernated into my belly for the summer.
If you’re looking for a twist on a traditional burger, then you should stop into Bareburger. They offer all kinds of different meats that I have yet to try. Want Ostrich? Yeah they have that. As well as Bison, Bean, Turkey, Chicken, and Ham Tits. (kidding, they don’t have Ham tits, I think.) And as far as the advertising states, it’s all organic, pesticide-free ingredients.
My only negative is that their “Create your own burger” part of the menu was a little confusing. At least for my first time. Who cares, I didn’t eat the menu.
What can I say. The food was great.
Bareburger. 153 8th Avenue New York, NY 10011