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110 Avenue A, New York, NY, 10009
at 7th St.
By vspink09 on 6/16/2011
food is alright. im better off going to mcdonalds or wendys. too expensive and service sucks. they win on decr
By jannarone on 10/21/2010
Great burgers and attentive service. Strong cocktails.
Best Burger in the East Village
By msginger on 9/2/2010
Used to be a Royale devotee, but once I came to Black Market, I lost the desire to go back. (My boyfriend, too.) The cheeseburger is ridiculous--well-seasoned, juicy, and perfectly cooked. The fries are crispy and tasty, but maybe just a smidge too salty. (Not complaining.) Another plus: Black Market has a good selection of wines, so I can get my rose on. It's also more chill than Royale, which can get a little bit too rowdy on the weekends. B.M. also plays good music--Spoon is on (maybe a little too) heavy rotation.
DMANBURGER "Black Market NYC"
By DMANBURGER on 3/22/2010
It was somewhat like the Soup Nazi …..NO BURGER FOR YOU !!! I quietly sat there and waited patiently for my burger, a blend which was yet again, flawlessly provided by Pat La Frieda’s. I watched the capable workings of my burger builder Mike, as he thrashed around the tiny counter kitchen to expertly assemble my tasting. He was joined by “Spanky” and “Reynolds” making up the trio of frontmen at Black Market that evening. My burger arrived with a perfectly toasted soft bun, crisp dill pickles, lettuce, tomatoes, and a generous portion of crispy French fries. My first bite was another heavenly mouthful of well blended, strong flavored beef that brought a smile to my face. www.dmanburger.com
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