Duncan's Burgers Will Give Away 500 Dry-Aged Burgers at Dromedary Next Weekend
In celebration of a permanent home at Dromedary and two and a half years in business, Duncan's Burgers is feeling generous.
Who likes free burgers? On Sunday, March 19th Duncan’s Burgers, the business ran by neighborhood burger-slinger Galen Duncan, will celebrate its two and a half year anniversary and grand re-re-re-opening at Dromedary Bar by giving away 500 free dry-aged burgers.
Duncan’s Burgers started up in 2014 as a truck and has since been housed in various bars around the neighborhood from AP Café to The Rookery to The Johnsons. Last fall, it found its permanent home at Dromedary Bar where Galen was able to expand his menu and provide the neighborhood with great food and drink specials, such as the $12 burger, beer, and shot.
So, if you love free food and tiki cocktails, head over to Dromedary Bar next Sunday and grab a burger from 1 p.m. until midnight—or while they last!
Until then, you can hit Dromedary any other night of the week for movie nights, comedy nights, and karaoke or order Duncan’s Burgers online. Duncan's will also soon be re-launching text message delivery with participating local bars; it's one of the features that made Duncan’s so popular in the beginning.
A burger and quality fast food spot located inside an tiki-style bar.
266 Irving Avenue (Myrtle-Wyckoff on the L)
Monday though Friday from 5 p.m. until Midnight and Saturday and Sunday from 1 p.m. - Midnight.
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