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The Brooklyn chain Joseph’s Dream Burger is opening a department in Crown Heights this Thursday, taking up the KT2 retailer on Kingston Avenue and providing 2 flooring of fast-food eating area. Full Story, Photographs
By COLlive reporter
Joseph’s Dream Burger has been serving the Brooklyn Jewish group for a formidable 20 years, with three profitable areas on Avenue J, Coney Island and Avenue M which have left prospects raving.
Now, they’ve set their sights on Crown Heights.
This Thursday, Joseph’s Dream Burger might be opening its latest department at 333 Kingston Avenue within the former KT2 location, sandwiched between Holesome Bagels and Vogue Queen.
The chain prides itself on providing a “luxury-priced burger however at reasonably priced quick meals pricing.” Burgers begin at $13.50. They can even supply the identical menu obtainable at different areas, together with, burgers, wraps, baguettes, salads, fried hen buckets and an entire ton of sides.
The brand new Crown Heights location gives an inventive and inventive decor, with two flooring and a 16-foot window overlooking Kingston Avenue, offering 76 seats for patrons to unwind and revel in their meals.
The second ground might be appropriate as a venue for events and simchas, corresponding to Sheva Brachos, Bas Mitzvahs, or birthday events.
The restaurant will formally open this Thursday, January 4. A grand opening get together for households and youngsters might be on Sunday, January 14.
Every day opening hours might be 12 PM to 1 AM from Sunday via Thursday. On Motzoei Shabbos, they are going to be open late as effectively.
The hashgacha might be CHK.
Joseph’s Dream Burger is obtainable on varied platforms, together with Uber Eats, Grubhub, Door Sprint, and their web site at www.josephsdreamburgers.com