Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Primehouse's 40-day, dry-aged signature burger is only available for $5 for a limited time. (Photo: David Burke's Primehouse)
I know exactly where I'll be next week.
Primehouse brings back its ridiculously cheap promo for the Burker—a 40-day, dry-aged burger that comes with a multitude of tasty toppings.
Exec Chef Rick Gresh offers the limited-edition burger for $5 (regularly $12) only once or twice a year. For an additional $5, you can hook it up with a number of "ultimate toppings," including housemade ketchup, red onion pickles, caramelized onions and smoked bacon. Or, make it a Big Poppa Burker with decadent toppers like lobster slaw, Oscar (crab, asparagus and hollandaise), "angry" shrimp or a fried egg.
He's also added a $5 BBQ chicken burger to the menu, plus the more adventurous diner can chow down on the pastrami or shrimp & chorizo burger ($7 and $9 respectively).
Burker Week goes down Nov. 9-13 during lunch only. Reservations strongly recommended.