Upside Craft Burgers came onto the Borough Park scene in November 2016 with a location on 18th Avenue (this sit down restaurant is temporarily closed during the virus). After the success of the first location, a new take away only shop opened on 13th Avenue. In these times it has been very useful, so you can enjoy their delicious food in a fast environment.
Owner Yanky Mayer who has years of experience in the kosher food industry, as well as a background in music, combined his hobbies in order to bring a fresh and new type of eatery to the kosher world.
The menu is simple, direct, concise and not overly complicated. Yet the options are all of great variety with appetizers, salads, soup, tacos, sandwiches and you guessed it- craft burgers! Don’t fear if you are feeling chicken though. Their Chicken Crunchers are a fantastic, perfectly fried take on chicken fingers served with a delightful mayo-mustard sauce. As far as the burgers go, the Sunny Side Burger is a must try. It is a mouthwatering combination of Boston lettuce, pickled onions, crispy onions, avocado, cured lemon, lamb bacon, sunny side egg, and truffle aioli. Don’t forget, burgers are always best cooked medium, but of course to each their own.
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The desserts at Upside are very well liked as well. Between the molten chocolate cake with a delicious gooey and smooth Belgian chocolate inside along with Lime Crumbs, with Vanilla Ice Cream and the French Beignets with a strawberry sauce, vanilla crème, and caramel, are like donut candy.
There is definitely no downside to Upside Craft Burgers.
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