Burger Village, an organic and eco-friendly burger restaurant, settles on the border of Fort Greene, downtown Brooklyn and Boerum Hill.
The family business – “a dream concept and creation” according to four founding brothers Sam, Nick, Vick and Ravi – will occupy 1,786 square feet at the base of the 33 Bond luxury apartment complex, and is expected to be operational in spring.
Founded in 2013, Burger Village specializes in all-natural, antibiotic and hormone-free products, such as juicy burgers, hand-cut fries, salads, soups, shakes and desserts. Burger lovers can stick with a traditional beef patty or get more experimental with bison, elk, wild boar or ostrich burgers. Plus, each patty option has a suggested topping pairing. For example, the recommended pairing for Village Beef Burgers is “California Mystery,” which includes cheddar, lettuce, tomatoes, roasted red peppers, guacamole and signature sauce.
Non-carnivores will also be well served with a solid selection of veggie burgers, including black bean and mushroom patties, along with other vegan options.
Sustainable and environmentally friendly practices and organic products are key to Burger Village, as the company states on its website.
“We believe that organic is sustainable and always will be,” says Burger Village. “This not only benefits the consumer, but the environment as well. Our products do not come from a factory, they come from farms and dairies which are mostly family owned. Cattle and products are fed and cared for in a natural and humane way. It’s delicious, nutritious and ecological, and promotes our farming families.
The Fort Greene site will be the company’s fourth location after Great Neck, Hicksville and Park Slope, joining the Chelsea Piers Sports Club, Devocion Cafe and Convenience Sandwich and Fine Food store at 33 Bond Street.
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