Thursday, December 20, 2012

Good Guys now open on Second Avenue


Subway-replacement Good Guys opened yesterday on Second Avenue near East Ninth Street, per Blue Glass... they are open 24/7, and feature an extensive number of menu items, like wraps, burgers, salads, etc.




Previously on EV Grieve:
Second Avenue Subway now a Good Guys Burger

Another East Village Subway closes


12 comments:

randall said...

I've never had a Good Guys burger and probably never will, but anything has to be better than Subway.

bllue glass said...

i wish them luck and home they get a better brand of burger meat

Anonymous said...

Appears to be a Lenny's-esk burger place. Interesting.

Goggla said...

I've been looking for a decent salad that's available at night. Will have to try it before I knock it...

James C. Taylor said...

Preferable to a Subway. Though the signage is a little much. I used to live in that building when it was Burritoville/Max Brenner.

Uncle Waltie said...

Baczynsky has great cold cuts and that dark Lithuanian bread. I wish the Good Guys luck. Next door you can get a good drink at The Thirsty Scholar.

Hey19 said...

@Goggla -
Agreed, its really hard to find a good salad in the EV around dinner time. In midtown most of the delis have salad bars also, and its great. I cant find any good option down town though. Anyone know of any ones?

Goggla said...

St Mark's Market has some pre-made salads which are decent, but it would be nice to have some variety.

n2zhx said...

Lime Tree Market at 9th & 1st has one of the better salad deals around that I've seen - made to order with lettuce/greens base, 5 veggies, and 1 protein for $5.49. It's nothing spectacular, but still pretty solid, and available 24 hours a day. Plus (knock on wood) they're one of the few places in the area to not submit to the weird homogenous "gourmet" (read: smaller selection of the exact same crap at higher prices) deli thing that's taken over in the last couple years.

glamma said...

Again I'd love to open "BAD GUYS" across the way and have it all punked out with criminals and hustlers........

Anonymous said...

It's a frickin diner menu for cryin out loud. Looks kinda like what "Kool Bloo" offers. The burger market is saturated anyways at this point, there's more than enough good burgers out there.

Anonymous said...

doesn't look so good, would rather a five guys. the signage screams uninspired lowest common denominator chain store corporate garbage (or maybe it's just me)?