Is That Butter Inside the Blazer Burger?

Whatever it is that makes this burger so incredibly juicy, we can’t believe it’s not butter.



Blazer Pub
There are secrets hidden in the Blazerburger. First of all, it’s nearly spherical. Plus, a popular rumor (totally unconfirmed) states that, hidden inside, there’s a butter patty, all melted and ready to pounce. When you bite into a Blazer burger, juice literally jets from inside the burger, drenching its bottom bun and, most likely, your arm. The Blazer’s owners laugh off The Butter Pat Theory: “Our burger is just great, one hundred percent beef—but it’s never been frozen.” When you commit to a Blazer burger, remember to keep a napkin handy—though bringing a shirt is strangely optional at this cash-only, circa 1971 roadhouse. When we visited, we caught this welcome: “Gentlemen, Please No Tank Tops or Sleeveless Shirts. Shirts Are Available, C’Mon In!”
440 Rte 22, Purdys (914) 277-4424; theblazerpub.com

 

 

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