Smackdown-winning New York Burger Bar expands to Babylon


The “Juicy Lucy,” an American cheese-stuffed 8-ounce burger surfaced with caramelized onions, tomato, pickles and residence salsa is served during Babylon Burger Bar. Photo Credit: Daniel Brennan

It’s been a three-year drum coaster float for burgermeister Richard Bedrosian, though business is on a arise with a mint restaurant, Babylon Burger Bar, that non-stop on Friday during a dilemma of Main Street and Deer Park Avenue in Babylon.

Bedrosian is a partner in New York Burger Bar, that non-stop in Massapequa in May 2015, won Newsday’s Burger Smackdown (for a Juicy Lucy) in Dec of that year, was shuttered by glow in 2016 and reopened in 2017.

For Babylon Burger Bar, he has partnered with Roy Feicco, a maestro hotelier and consultant. The cook is Adam Russo, before of Harbor Mist in Cold Spring Harbor and Artisans Eatery in Islip, that sealed final year.

The menu in Babylon, Bedrosian said, is identical to a one in Massapequa. That means a register of 8-ounce “chef’s burgers” ($14.95 to $16.95) that includes a Juicy Lucy (a patty pressed with American cheese, surfaced with caramelized onions, tomato, preserved cucumber and residence sauce).

Russo’s South Shore Suffolk-centric creations embody a Babylon Shore Bacon on Bacon (with bacon in a patty meat, surfaced with bacon, bacon jam and cheese), a Brightwaters Kobe (American wagyu beef surfaced with Swiss, mushrooms and cabernet sauce), a Waters Edge Ahi Tuna (seared tuna surfaced with ponzu glaze, pepper-cabbage slaw and ginger dressing) and a Paradise Point Turkey (ground turkey surfaced with smoked Gouda, tomato jam and citrus-dressed greens).

You can build your possess burger from possibly beef (regular, aged primary or American wagyu), turkey, tuna or Beyond (vegan patty). Choose your bun (challah, multigrain, pretzel, gluten-free or lettuce wrap) and afterwards supplement as many as we wish of some-more than dual dozen toppings. A unchanging 8-ounce cheeseburger on a challah bun is $14.45 and that includes tomato, lettuce and onion, house-cut fries and coleslaw.

There are also sandwiches, salads, wings, Bavarian pretzels, sliders, poutines, crocks (onion soup, chili, mac ’n’ cheese), desserts and shakes from kind classics (vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, black and white, $7) to over-the-top “super-duper milkshakes” ($15) piled high with cookies and whatnot.

Babylon Burger Bar is during 1 W. Main St., Babylon, 631-620-3362

Erica Marcus, a ardent though doubtful omnivore, has been stating and opining on a Long Island food stage given 1998.

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