I recently had the pleasure to visit Bareburger in Greenwich Village. The restaurant that boasts free-range, grass-fed meats and that to me is something splurge worthy! When I eat beef, grass-fed is the only way to go. In addition to the typical beef, turkey and veggie, Bareburger also offered portabella, lamb, elk, bison and ostrich – not my thang but people seemed pretty excited by it! Also, you get to choose among a brioche bun, multi-grain roll, iceberg lettuce wrap, a wheat flour rap, or a gluten-free tapioca rice bun.
We also ordered the pickle sampler, which was delish! The bread and butter pickes were my fave, followed in a close second by the spicy pickles and garlic pickles. They have tons of different fun burgers and amazing dipping sauces.
At around $10 bucks a burger, Bareburger’s prices are reasonable for a sit-down meal in the Village. I also appreciated the vegetarian options of both a veggie burger and a portobellow! And in warmer weather, the Greenwich Village location has some prime outdoor seating so you can devour your burger al fresco!
I’d say it’s a must-try! The ambience is adorable and casual. The service is quick and friendly.
Visit Bareburger at their Village location or online.
535 Laguardia Place