Friday, October 16, 2009
Holy cow! Beer and burgers now being served at St. Mark's Burger
As the sign on the cow shows, St. Mark's Burger is now open at 33 St. Mark's Place near Second Avenue. And serving beer for some reason. They're on the CB3/SLA docket Monday night for a beer/wine license... as well as to extend the license to serve beer/wine in the space within the building limits out front.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Shockers: Something other than a noodle/ramen/FroYo shop opening on St. Mark's Place
Posted by Grieve at 6:42 AM
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anything goes in the wild west of the EV. "license? we don't need no stinkin' license."
Don't have a cow, man!
Uh, sorry. It's early.
you think they'll sell beer with no license? how stupid can you be
They would not obviosly. The place is awesome though, good vibe.
Those anonymous lurkers are right, there has never been a business in Manhattan that didn't have all their paperwork, licenses and work orders in perfect order. It would be a scandal.
Just went over there last night.... They do in fact have a legit beer & wine permit. Burgers are realllly good = especially for $2!!
The staff was sooo stoned there that after a 1/2 hour wait i walked out of there. 2 burgers more than a 1/2 wait? Puleeze!
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