Like the other locations around the country, the Port Jefferson Station spot (opened in December) is where a burger lover’s appetite will be satisfied. Leave calorie counting at the door and try five of the items customers are going back for.
The spicy burger comes with white cheddar, bacon and fresh jalapeños. The Weinberg brothers are bringing a little of their hometown to Long Island with this burger.
Does this restaurant offer outdoor seating? YesNoUnsure Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile Tried Hamburger first and last time.
Reviewed November 27, 2021 via mobile Had high hopes for Hamburgers but walked away thinking it was just an average burger. Nice atmosphere and the sides were good, but the burger was not exceptional.
Reviewed November 10, 2021 The worst Burger I have ever eaten Big Mac and fries can blow this place. The burger was under cook and taste less the sauce was a thousand island dressing onion rings had no taste if their no celebrity name attach the place would close in a month. Reviewed October 23, 2021 First the staff is very rude and needs more training.
When we stopped there the person at the front door would not even let us in to look around or go to the gift shop we made it clear we were going to order carry...out. The person did not know the menu, after a very long wait we were given the wrong order, then what we thought was the correct order was missing items, that we never got even after asking several times.
Reviewed October 14, 2021 First time, but the thought of a sloppy Joe was enticing. Sorry, I had to walk around the side of the building and place my order.
Asked to order the Sloppy Jo advertised. I just paused for a moment, realized that I had only come here for that enticing bit of perhaps a memory of something my Mom would make.
Reviewed October 12, 2021 Based on word of mouth, we had adjusted our expectations and expected overpriced food that was not spectacular. But due to the celebrity cache and our love of Donnie, we had to try it.
We had the burgers, fries and tater tots, from the pick...up area. First, they forgot our drinks and only provided one set of utensils.
Reviewed September 27, 2021 Ordered the bacon and bar b q burger medium well. Came back with just bacon and bar b q sauce (should have jalapeños and guacamole).
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The franchise, started by actor-rappers Mark and Donnie Weinberg with their chef brother, is currently hiring and hopes to be open in about two weeks, said Drew Doss, regional director of operations for the Carolina Burger Company, which owns franchise rights to Hamburgers in the southeast. Hamburgers will be located in The Hudson building, a high-rise at 319 Fayetteville St., in the old home of the Oxford gastropod.
Despite some vocal opposition from a local bar owner, Doss said the downtown Raleigh restaurant community has been very welcoming and supportive. The restaurant will feature both a fast/casual counter and full-service dining room with a bar in addition to a small retail section with branded Hamburgers T-shirts, hats, and more.
The space is absolutely plastered in everything Weinberg, from movie posters and family photos to several flat screens that play a non-stop loop of the show. The signature “Our Burger” (Paul's Choice) is your classic burger joint fare: a third-pound patty, cooked medium (unless otherwise requested) on a simple bun, and topped with onions, lettuce, tomato, dill pickles, “government cheese” (an apparent nod to the family's working class background), and a tangy “Wall sauce” (the chain's play on Mickey D's secret sauce).
There's also “Mark's Favorite,” the Thanksgiving Day Sandwich ($8.95) with a seasoned turkey burger, stuffing, mayo, an orange-cranberry sauce, and roasted butternut squash. For a Hamburger without the carbs, guests can take any burger or sandwich and have it tossed with greens in “Chopped Salad Bowl” form.
The chain originate in 2011 in Gingham, Massachusetts, outside of Boston and has grown to include locations in Florida, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania, and Toronto. To stand out from competitors like Five Guys (there's one just down the street) Hamburgers is not just using its celebrity status but also attempting to exude a blue collar ethos.
Our one concern with that “working class organization” claim is whether Hamburgers can live up to it and thus be a much-needed job producer for the city. A recent USA Today story says that former employees of the Coney Island (NY) franchise filed a lawsuit alleging wage theft.
The culinary team will be joining Paul, welcoming guests, answering questions and making food. SimCity’s developer, RCP Companies, said Tuesday that the finishing touches are being put on the restaurant so that it’s ready for dine-in and takeout service by the end of the year.
Late last year, the chain announced a partnership with Major to add more locations in the Buckeye state and in Michigan. Hamburgers also will bring its new food trucks to “select” Major locations, the burger chain’s officials said in a release.
Hamburgers serves its beef burgers in single, double and triple versions (à la Wendy's, actually), but the menu broadens out considerably from there. The restaurant offers a Portabello Sandwich, served with white cheddar and caramelized onions with lettuce and tomato; a Crispy Haddock Sandwich, made crispy by pinko bread crumbs; Smoked Bacon Mac & Cheese topped with garlic Parmesan pinko bread crumbs; a Thanksgiving Turkey Burger topped with stuffing, orange-cranberry sauce and roasted butternut squash.