Burgers and wine? I don’t see it, but at least it’s something new for the city’s already saturated burger market.
The huge space is sheer luxe with high ceilings and wine racks along the back wall, so it’s way beyond the usual burger joint. Which is maybe why you’ll be paying a little more.
But it’s worth it.
You choose your burger and type of meat — AAA Black Angus, Natural (no added hormones) or Kobe.
The Burger Cellar Burger Natural ($12) comes with smoked cheddar, apple cider bacon, sautéed mushroom, chipotle BBQ sauce and a beer-battered onion ring. And the beef is divine — grassy and fresh.
The Turkey Burger ($11), with avocado-tomato relish, watercress and Gruyere is juicy, awfully pink, but delicious.
Sweet Potato Fries ($5) and crisp, breaded Pickle Fries ($3) are sinfully good.
Junk food just got a wicked makeover.