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Burger Joint

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118 W 57th St, New York, NY 10019 (at Between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue)
New York, NY 10019
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(212) 245-5000
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Burger Joint - New York, NY

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My friend and I are on a quest for the best burger. and decided that the ‘Burger Joint’ at Le Parker Meridien would be our next stop. The best burger “secret” in NYC. In the l...

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you may have a hard time to find it 10/22/2007

You may have a hard time to find it , but go to the hotel ask for it and it is hidden behind those curtains , burger are not cheap compare to other burgers place - when you walk to the lobby of the Parker meridien Hotel it is just in the back , Smellable throughout the first floor , the only bad thing , that if you are in rush , this is the wrong place , you have to wait about 15 mn before fiesta , i only go there when i am off , overall great place , this place is only made if you want a good one , it will coast you about $ 13 for burger , fries and any drink , not bad at all . more

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great burgers in a.. 6/22/2006

the entire place is as big as my bedroom. but size doesn't matter cause when it comes to this place... their burgers are great! they keep it simple, which is perfect. the first time you try to go there, you might get lost. it's hidden behind the lobby of the hotel. more

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best burger 3/20/2006

burger joint at Le Parker Meridien is the best burger place in town! great place to grab lunch or a snack - cheap and quick. its location inside Le Parker Meridien makes it especially fun to visit. it is difficult to find a seat during lunch but only if you have a large party but you can always take it to go. more

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Victim of its own success 3/11/2006

Burger Joint, buried behind a curtain in the back of the lobby of the Parker Meridien Hotel (but smellable throughout the first floor), used to be a great place to get a quick, simple meal well done. However, too much hype has made the place simply impossible to patronize any further. Show up any time you want--you won't wait less than a full 20 minutes to get your food (a good rule of thumb is, if the line is inside the door, you *might* consider waiting it out). Plus, they have raised their prices at least 30% since I first went there--what was once a $7.50 meal of a burger, fries and a drink will now run you at least $12. And hey, it's just a friggin' burger. Go up the street toward 7th to the Teleon Deli and get essentially the same thing in half the time for less money. more

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Le Joint for Le Burger 3/7/2006

I like Burger Joint so much that I have had to give it up for 6 months (for both health and marital reasons). I have been a little ticked that prices have risen not once but twice in the past year, but I am still a fan. Great great great chocolate shakes. Crispy fries. Brownies like mom made. Burgers cooked to my specifications with everything but onions (love that spicy mustard). Sam Adams. Graffiti on the walls. What more could a girl ask for? Oh yes, a nice fluffy bun. And she gets it. Come between lunch madness and after work madness for the smallest lines. more

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Don't be fooled by it's surroundings 2/22/2006

because you have to walk through the marble atrium of Le Parker Meridien Hotel to get to this restaurant. And then you get here, and no matter what the full name is, it's just a burger joint. But that's a good thing, because they concentrate on the food, and not on the neon signs and the other stuff that doesn't matter. This is a no frills place and the food really shows it...and I mean that in a very, very good way. more

Great Burger 12/29/2005

A true hole in the wall. With such a limited menu you might think it isn't worth the wait, but you would be wrong. The burgers are near to perfect. And the shakes aren't bad either. Make sure to go early to save on time, but after 1:00 if you want a shake. Fun place to take someone visiting from out of town. more

Great Burger 8/15/2005

Great burger, but going at lunch time (during the week) can take forever. If you are willing to wait out the long line get to burgers with the works. Forget the fries. Should also get a pickle, which is massive and tasty. For drinks get a draft of Sam Adams... Overall is great quality at a cheap price. more

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Hidden Paradise for Burger Lovers 2/16/2005

For the uninitiated, the Burger Joint can be hard to find. It's actually located inside the Parker-Meridien hotel with no direct entrance from the street. And even once you're inside the hotel, it can be tricky since it is literally a hole-in-the-wall hidden behind a curtain with practically no signage. Then, once you get inside, don't be surprised if you have to wait in line (you order fast food style from a counter) and can't find a table, since there are so few of them. So is it worth the effort? For these burgers at these prices, absolutely! According to many folks (including my brother), the Burger Joint has the best burgers in New York (the fries and milkshakes are great too). And the prices simply can't be beat. The Burger Joint is an absolute must for cheap eats lovers. And if you can't get a table, remember that Central Park is just a couple of blocks away. more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Around a curtained corner in the posh Le Parker Meridien, a neon burger sign points the way to the city's secret obsession. Suits, tourists and foodies pack this crowded hole-in-the-wall, where names are etched into walls next to kid's drawings and movie posters. Even though it's decorated like a regular's hangout, no one sticks around--the few coveted booths are hovered over shamelessly.

    The Food
    So what if orders are taken quickly and strung from a flimsy clothesline--the system works, and you better not slow it down. Thankfully, a succinct menu leaves little to ponder--and, despite the high churn, burgers always arrive as specified. The hard-working grill leaves its flame-flavored stamp on every morsel, and cheeseburgers get two types of cheddar for added effect. Complete the experience with an order of shoestring fries that arrive in a grease-stained paper bag, and don't miss the moist but not overly sweet cocoa brownies.

  • 8/21/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Sun-Thu 11am-11:30pm Fri-Sat 11am-12am
  • Payments:

    Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    Midtown, Clinton

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