burger joint

119 W 56th St, New York, NY 10019, USA

(212) 708-7414

https://www.burgerjointny.com/56thstreet

burger joint

No-frills, cash-only burger counter hidden inside an upscale hotel.

burger joint
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4.3 out of 5 stars

Alex Chojnowski
Alex Chojnowski

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

A hole in the wall joint in a luxurious hotel with condos. The only hidden is a neon burger sign in a hallway with any arrow. The food is made fresh to order and the beverages are cold on the tap. The Burgers were made to perfection as medium rare and fries salted just right. There is no fan fare or frills. The ambience is that of old Fashion dive bar with the sweet smells of grilled burgers. This is definitely a spot all NYC residents and visitors alike should stop by and enjoy!

Gustavo Diaz
Gustavo Diaz

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Delicious! The place is hidden on the side of the hotel lobby. Remember to pick the fast order sheet at the entrance available in 4 different languages. The place is small but cozy. No servers you pay at the register and you pick up later. Nothing fancy

Kristina S
Kristina S

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Great burgers! Not the fatty, greasy, overly soaked in oil ones, but just genuinely good, FRESH beef on a non overwhelming bun. There is a set of instructions on how to order your burger.

1. Choose a cheese burger or hamburger
2. Choose how it's cooked, I got mine Medium. I think I should have gone med. rare.
3. Choose what you want on it. I chose 'The Works' which is everything that usually goes on a burger.
4. Anything else you want to add on it.

I loved the atmosphere.. but the service was a bit cringeworthy. The only service you get is when you order at the front, after that it is self service.

Mattie Wells
Mattie Wells

4 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

The house hot sauce is also really good (and doesn't have added sugar!). You can build your own burger or choose from the menu. The guy at the cash register was really patient with all my questions about ingredients - they also have a binder with all the ingredients for each thing on the menu (even the mayo), so if you're trying to be health conscious, this place is still viable. There was a long line on a rainy Saturday afternoon, but be patient and you might be able to snag a seat.

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