Bareburger can be found in many neighborhoods in Manhattan, and now Columbus Circle gets to enjoy this local and organic burger joint! On Monday, June 15th, Bareburger Columbus Circle launched it’s West Side location, at 313 West 57th Street. With their same mission in mind, to serve high quality, sustainable, and organic meats, as well as a new cocktail program featuring drinks made with local, organic and small batch spirits, this new location is sure to stay busy starting at lunch and through happy hour and dinner!

Bareburger Gives Back

Many loyal fans of Bareburger may not even realize how dedicated Bareburger is to giving back and helping others. In addition to being kind to the earth, by sourcing local and keeping mostly organic, they are also giving back to the community in huge ways. They’ve recently partnered with St. Mary’s Children’s Hospital, for their Columbus Circle launch, and donated $10 of every dine-in check to the hospital on opening day, as well as $5 of every dine-in check the rest of that week. They are planning on continuing this partnership with more opportunities to give back in the future.

Not your Average BareBurger Location

Recently, the Eat Up New York Crew was invited to check out the new Columbus Circle location. Upon entering, all of us were convinced we walked into the wrong place. The interior looked far from familiar compared to other Bareburgers we’ve been to. This one definitely has a more “sit down” vibe to it, with nice booths and many tabletops seating 2-4. Quirky and fun artwork adorns the walls, and funky bright colored lamps hang from the ceiling. Overall, we all agreed the details in the design here made for a wonderful lunch ambience, and would even be nice for dinner.


Though the interior design may be strikingly different, the food remains just as good as the other locations. Everything on the menu has that farm to table feel, with their grass-fed, free-range organic meat opions, yet the unique names and combinations make it all far from boring. We started with the pickles and slaws, which was a fun way to start the meal. Three different types of pickles and two slaws came in cute mason jars, making this an easily shareable option.


Don’t worry, we got fries too, which are always a perfect choice at BareBurger.  For my burger I went for the Farmstead, which is the vegan, gluten free option; sweet potato and wild rice patty, cauliflower hummus, kale, and tomatoes wrapped in a steamed collards green wrap.


You really can’t go wrong at Bareburger. From fresh salads, to sandwiches, organic burgers, and delicious shakes. They also have options for a full range of diets so whether you are vegan, paleo, gluten-free, you’re sure to find something you’ll love! And you can love it even more, knowing that Bareburger makes the extra effort to be as environtmentally sustainable as possible in an eco-friendly atmosphere.


The Beverage Options at BareBurger Columbus

And in addition to a full menu of delicious food offerings, Bareburger Columbus will be serving a large assortment of sustainable and organic beers and wines, as well as cocktails made with local, organic and small batch spirits. Hello new favorite happy hour… Their cocktail list will include the Breuckelen’s Cup (Gin, Mint, Lime, Cucumber, Pastiche, Sea Salt), Fig & Pig (Bourbon, Lemon, Fig Jam, Agave, Country Bacon) and Salty Dog (Vodka, Grapefruit, Salt Rim, Apertif Bitter) in addition to a “Pack of Mules” which allows patrons to pick their mule between a Moscow, Mexican and Kentucky Mule.

Hurry on over to Bareburger Columbus Circle for lunch, dinner, and happy hour soon. You’ll love the new feel combined with old menu favorites that you’ve been enjoying for so long. So when you’re craving your next burger, make sure Bareburger is at the top of your list, because when you’re indulging in a burger, it doesn’t hurt to know it’s the most ethical of its kind!

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