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Brendan Aiello

Burger Joint on Burlingame Avenue!

 Burger Joint Restaurant on Burlingame Avenue

 

Burger Joint has been providing high quality hamburgers to San Francisco since 1994. Peninsula residents are lucky though, Burger Joint has set up shop in Burlingame. They”ve just opened the doors to their first location south of San Francisco and, picked a great area in need of casino a burger spot, Burlingame Avenue. Burger Joint proudly serves all natural sustainably and humanely raised Niman Ranch meats.

About a week ago, I had dinner at their new Burlingame location and I was pleasantly surprised. The menu is on the simple side, with only a few items but my cheeseburger and milkshake were amazing. A big plus- I heard they”re applying for a beer and wine license! Walking on Burlingame Avenue, stopping in for a great burger with a cold beer never sounded better.

I highly recommend giving it a try; it is located on Burlingame Avenue at the corner of Primrose Avenue.


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9 Responses to “Burger Joint on Burlingame Avenue!”

  1. Jim@Hangover Remedies on October 2nd, 2009 1:57 am

    The beer lisence would be good news!
    .-= Jim@Hangover Remedies´s last blog ..Hangover Magic Review – Get Rid of Hangovers =-.

  2. Brendan Aiello on October 2nd, 2009 9:12 am

    Yes, I believe they are still waiting on it. Must be having troubles with the city. I actually haven’t been back since I wrote this review. Seems like gourmet burgers have been a growing trend in the bay area so I have been trying out other various new “burger joints”.

  3. Mike @ Beer Tap Handles on January 23rd, 2010 10:26 am

    Have you seen the beer tap handles at the Burger Joint On Burlingame Avenue? It’s worth your time to visit just to look at all their beer tap handles.

    Just my 2 cents worth . . .

    – Mike
    .-= Mike @ Beer Tap Handles´s last blog ..Do Follow Blog, Comment Luv, Keyword Luv =-.

  4. restaurant city on July 24th, 2010 10:01 am

    I love the name of this place – while it may sound unoriginal to the untrained ear, it is actually quite creative. So many people say they want to go to “a” burger joint, well why not slightly modify what they are saying already, and have them go to “the” burger joint. Fantastic – and nobody can get confused about it either!
    .-= restaurant city´s last blog ..Medieval Times in Restaurant City =-.

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