Celebrate National Cheeseburger Day: A Taste of 4 Unique Brooklyn Burgers

A look at four Brooklyn cheeseburgers to try out on this special day.

67 Burger.
67 Burger.

Some would argue it should be an official holiday, but nonetheless, Wednesday marks National Cheeseburger Day.

Throughout Brooklyn, the choice of cheeseburgers is endless. While many enjoy the classic cheeseburger, there’s a slew of unique and delicious burgers to choose from as well.

Here’s a look at four cheeseburgers you can only find around Brooklyn.

The 67 Burger - 67 Burger (Park Slope, Fort Greene)

Price: $9

67 Burger’s namesake features a juicy seven-ounce hunk of beef topped with blue cheese and an enormous stack of bacon.

The Two8Two Burger Special -Two8Two (CobbleHill)

Price: $15

The Two8Two Burger made with their house sauce, cheddar, and roasted poblano peppers, along with a Sixpoint Diesel Stout.

Make-Your-Own - The Burger Bistro (Park Slope)

Price: Varies

Your choice of meat for $7, (beef, turkey, veggie or for lamb add $2) cooked to order. Choose your cheese of nine options (smoked gouda, pepper jack, asiago), toppings (frizzled onions, guacamole, fried egg), roll and sauce.

The BareBurger Supreme -  BareBurger (Park Slope)

Price: $10.95

A six-ounce bison patty on a brioche bun comes with all-natural Colby Jack cheese, gourmet battered onion rings, applewood smoked bacon, lettuce and is smothered with their special sauce.

Didn’t mention your favorite cheeseburger in Brooklyn? Tell us what it is and where to find it in the comments section below.
The Truth September 19, 2013 at 10:45 AM
Bonnie's Burgers on 5th Ave in Park Slope is long time favorite. Sit at the counter and watch the magic!


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