Astoria, Astoria Arrivals, Featured, Restaurants
Jul 02, 2015

GIVEAWAY- Exclusive Burnside Biscuits Sneak Peek Dinner!

Probably the most highly anticipated restaurant opening this summer is Bareburger’s spin-off concept, Burnside Biscuits. If you haven’t heard about Burnside yet expect fried chicken, biscuit sandwiches, and wood-fired veggies (…)

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Probably the most highly anticipated restaurant opening this summer is Bareburger’s spin-off concept, Burnside Biscuits. If you haven’t heard about Burnside yet expect fried chicken, biscuit sandwiches, and wood-fired veggies made from fresh, local, sustainable, and organic ingredients (whenever possible). On the drinks side, look for local beer and wine on tap and classic Southern-inspired cocktails. You can also “kick back and listen to ‘Fat’ Blues playing on vinyl” while you’re there.Today we have a HUGE giveaway- 2 pairs of tickets to their exclusive friends & family preview next Saturday, July 11th.

Sorry vegetarians, BB says their biscuits are made from soft winter wheat, lily white flour, duck fat, and butter.

Sorry vegetarians, BB says their biscuits are made from winter wheat, lily white flour, duck fat, and butter.

The restaurant won’t be open for a couple of weeks yet  is opening July 13th, so this is your chance to dine with the WHA folks at Astoria’s hottest restaurant before anyone else. And speaking of their big grand opening, we hear operating hours will be 11 a.m. till 2 a.m. on weeknights and till 4 a.m. on weekends.

UPDATE! Looks like Eater just got their hands on some rather juicy info, including their menu:

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10 Comments

Evan

Duck fat in biscuits? Hmmm, makes me question supporting Bareburger anymore.

Making your restaurant completely vegetarian/vegan unfriendly is just such a bad idea in this day and age.

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Sad Vegan

Another restaurant to say to my friends “yea, I haven’t tried it yet because I’m vegan and they don’t have any real options for me to eat” and “no, we can’t go there because there’s nothing for me to eat”

I’m imagining these biscuits all have egg, butter, or milk, right?

Brooklyn restaurants are so good about including at least one REAL option for vegans (aka steamed vegetables as a side is not a real option)…when will Astoria get the memo? Was hopeful when I saw the owners of Bareburger (which does have REAL vegan options) were doing this. Guess I’ll have to continue being a sad vegan… =(

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