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278 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11215
nr. 1st St.
DMANBURGER "Bonnie's Grill"
By DMANBURGER on 4/30/2010
My Spicy Black Angus burger was presented in front of me, along with a very tasty looking Veggie burger (pictured above) yes Veggie burger! I figured I'd try one for all you non-carnivores out there. My less than healthy ,but more deliciously divine burger ,was served on a plump fresh whole wheat bun, dill pickles, sauteed jalapenos and tangy chipotle mayonnaise. The patty was a Black Angus Sirloin dusted in a mysterious spice rub that gave it a serious kick; the overall taste was flavorful, powerful and insanely juicy in texture. I ravaged the burger bite after bite only pausing to taste the fantastic crisp French Fries that accompanied this delighted sandwich. The Veggie burger was great too, not a traditional favorite of mine, but surprised me with its robust flavor yet easy light texture. It was coupled with crunchy spicy coleslaw and topped with a gooey Swiss cheese and a lightly toasted poppy seed bun.
By maitai1026 on 1/10/2009
The burgers are soooo good!! I personally find the wings to be too spicy, but everyone else I know loves them. This place is always super crowded on Friday and Saturday nights, so I'd recommend going at a different time.
Very Good Burgers
By theslopeisdope on 3/19/2008
The burgers are huge and very well made. I'm not normally into giant burgers, I prefer a smaller Burger Joint/5 Guys style fast food burger, but these were cooked perfectly and with good fresh toppings , etc. that they really won me over. So much so that I ate the whole damn thing! For 9.95 with fries it's a steal too. Fries were fresh and delicious. Service was fast and friendly. Nothing bad to say really.
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