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At Dutch Boy Burger, all of the beef burgers feature a combination of brisket and short rib from Los Paisanos Meat Market in Cobble Hill, and Michelle Ragussis, formerly of Beast, turns out dishes like a blue-cheese bacon burger, a beer-braised burger with onions and mushrooms, and a lamb burger stuffed with feta. Dutch Boy is also selling sausages — kielbasa, knackwurst, and bratwurst — from Morscher's Pork Store in Ridgewood served with Gulden's Mustard, which co-owner Matt Roff grew up on. (You can have Bauer's horseradish mustard, too, if you'd like.) Also available is a pulled-pork sandwich with pomegranate barbecue sauce, a veggie burger, and a turkey-meatball sandwich with turkey-mushroom gravy. Drink Abita root beer on tap or order Foxon Park sodas. The milk shakes are made with Blue Marble ice cream and U-Bet chocolate syrup. (You can also order your shake spiked.)Double Service
Customers at Franklin Park next door can order from Dutch Boy, and you can enter the bar through the burger joint.