Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Coming to Downtown: Monkey Burger

Posted By on Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 12:26 PM

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Monkey Burger is opening a downtown location, according to a post on the eatery’s Facebook page. It looks like the new location is scheduled to open in July somewhere around the corner of Sixth Avenue and Congress Street.

If it’s going in at the former Burger City, which we've heard is the case, that would be sort of poetic. Monkey Burger was originally going to be the second Burger City, so a reversal of those roles rings with some kind of strange irony.

And take a look at this monstrosity that Monkey Burger has added to the menu. They call it “The Kitchen Sink,” for obvious reasons. Part of me says, “Wow, what a novel take on the hamburger,” while another part of me says, “Goddamn, how much is too much?”

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