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Have You Tried BareBurger’s All Natural and Organic Burgers?Bareburger Offers An Extensive Menu of All Natural and Organic Burgers for Carnivores and Vegans Alike!
WHAT: The Perfect Organic Burger Burger Joint
PRICES: Burgers start at $8.45, salads start at $7.95, sandwiches starts at $6.95
While there are tons of great burger joints in NYC, it’s not always easy to find options that you can feel good about eating. But at BareBurger, even the most indulgent options are made with organic meats, cheeses, and produce sourced by sustainable farmers. Their philosophy? Organic products and natural, free range, grass fed meats taste better and are better for you. Thus, everything on the restaurant’s extensive menu is free of pesticides, chemicals and genetically modified organisms (GMO’s).
Obviously, burgers are the biggest draw on the menu. You can pick your choice of meat including beef, turkey, lamb, elk, bison, or ostrich (a seasonal variety). Vegans or vegetarians can enjoy portabella mushroom or veggie burgers. As for buns, they offer brioche, multi-grain rolls, iceberg lettuce wraps, or whole wheat flour wraps. You can either build your own burger, or chose from 14 different combos ranging from the Western Bacon Bareburger (with pepperjack, applewood smoked bacon, fried onions, cole slaw, and peppercorn steak sauce), to the Bareburger Supreme (topped with colby jack, gourmet battered onion rings, applewood smoked bacon, lettuce, and chopped French fries), and the Avocado California Burger (made with raw milk cheddar, hass avocados, lettuce, tomato, and a cilantro lime dressing). Can’t decide? Try a trio of sliders for $8.95. Lighter options include 8 different salads and wraps made with organic fruits and vegetables. We loved the Sunrise Salad with mixed greens, mandarin oranges, crispy noodles, and jade dressing. (Plus, they can put any salad in a whole wheat wrap.) For dessert, build your own milkshake with organic ice cream, milk, and fruit.
As for the décor, each of Bareburger’s 6 locations (in Brooklyn and Manhattan) boast sustainable and reclaimed materials. The wooden tables are made from downed trees, and booths feature recycled vinyl. The ceilings are all crafted industrial looking tin siding from deconstructed barns. If you takeout, your meal will come in biodegradable, recycled paper bags. So stop by and tell us what you think!—AMANDA LIBBY