FARM TO BURGER IN THE PRESS
Farm to Burger is serving up some seriously affordable (for New York, anyway) burgers and fries, all with incredible setups and names to match, like the “Millennial”—pasture-raised beef patty, tahini, griddled tomato, lettuce, and red pickled onions all on a multigrain bun.
There are burger menus, and then there’s the burger menu at Farm to Burger (farmtoburger.com), a farmhouse-chic affair also in the Alize Hotel. In addition to patties with inspired toppings, like onion marmalade and provolone on the Midtown variety, there are options like the Impossible Burger, the headline-making plant-based creation that actually looks and sizzles like beef, and a thoughtful kids’ menu. So that’s the “burger” part of the name. As far as the farm goes, servers will tell you that the all-natural beef they use comes from cows that were pasture-raised at Fossil Farms in New Jersey. There’s also a Kobe beef option if you’re looking for a splurge.