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C, E at Spring St.
American Express, MasterCard, Visa
- Late-Night Dining
- No Alcohol
West Village, Tribeca, Soho
This venue is closed.
At a no-frills fast-food stand that doesn’t offer tables or chairs, paying $10 for a burger feels like highway robbery—especially when it doesn’t come with fries. But Kool Bloo has developed a following despite high prices by keeping its grills fired up 24/7 and offering delivery to your home, office, or hangout—they even make stops at local bars. And with 30-plus varieties of oversize, topping-crammed burgers to choose from, there is something to sate every outlandish craving. The King Edwardo Burger, eight ounces of juicy beef, comes with two slices of beef gyro, Jack Cheese, and a yogurt cucumber sauce atop a patty. More classic topping combinations, like the grilled mushrooms and sharp Monterey Jack cheese on the Cowboy Burger, better complement the pleasantly charred flavor of the meat. The menu also offers a range of chicken-breast sandwiches, Philly cheesesteaks, wraps, and salads—as well as a delectable Huckleberry milkshake—if you are able to save room for dessert.Recommended Dishes
Texas burger, $13.95; Cowboy burger, $14.95
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