Food and Drink
Posted by Dan Kuseta
27. Mar, 2012
|May 2, 2012|
Not content with offering 1930’s era American staples like red beans and rice, Hosier Lane’s Hoboken is opening for dinner’s from this Wednesday serving that other American classic – the hamburger.
Simply but sorta fancy, Hoboken’s burgers are wrought from premium organic meat patties, hand-made in house brioche buns and few simple ingredients – no egg, pineapple or vegetarian options. There’s also hand cut fries too.
Hoboken’s doing their burgers from 6pm Wed – Sat in limited numbers, so get ’em while their hot. If you miss out there’s still beer ‘n’ beans.
3 Hosier Lane, Melbourne
Cafe open from 7am Mon – Fri
Burgers on from 6pm Wed – Sat
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