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  • Photo of Jennifer Watts
    a year ago
    Good cheap lunch spot
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  • Photo of Nic Brown
    2 years ago
    "The patty emerges with a dense crust and lush innards, and topped with a thick slab of sharp cheddar cheese chosen specifically for its melting properties."
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  • Photo of Raja H
    2 years ago
    Heard they'd possibly be closing up soon, so I figured it was time to finally make the trip over to Bushwick. Ron, Ben, and I all had the burger; worth every ounce of hype bestowed upon it. Ron even asked the chef for grilling tips. Don't miss the beer-battered broccoli. It's a nice surprise for an appetizer.
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  • Photo of Kyle Marcus Enriquez
    Fried Chicken Sandwich Palace Fried Chicken
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  • Photo of Matt Zafran
    2 years ago
    Burger!
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  • Photo of DNA Info
    3 years ago
    I think what’s neat about it is that it brings a few things together that everybody likes … All of those [ingredients] are somewhat accessible but are presented in a way that I think most people aren’t used to seeing.
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  • Photo of Grub Street
    3 years ago
    It's a blend of fatty chuck (60 percent) and cheek (40 percent), with chopped, housemade bread-and-butter pickles, onions, and special sauce (charred-miso mayonnaise, Ross-Leutwyler reveals).
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  • Photo of Serious Eats
    4 years ago
    Fritzl's offers a menu of pastas & sandwiches, but the burger is their pride and joy. Think of it this way: are you looking for a stunning city view or a casual outdoor space for a simple but well-done meal? If the latter, Fritzl's is your joint.
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  • Photo of Time Out NY
    4 years ago
    We love the bicoastal burgers ($8)—Maine beef cheek meets California chuck—and fried-chicken sandwiches ($8). bit.ly/114edni
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  • Photo of BorkdlynNYC
    2 years ago
    Its a new spot in the neighborhood. Decent food, decent waitstaff, and a small cozy little restaurant.
  • Photo of Allan S
    3 years ago
    Decent enough burger place with lots of unusual beers but a bit too crowded for my tastes. The limited menu make this a place for those happy with a few beers and something's to eat to stay sober. Good if you are in the area but parking a bit difficult and a bit of a walk from public transportation.
  • Photo of StephS910
    3 years ago
    Went with my girlfriend to brunch there today. We've been there a few times before and the food is always good and different. The service today was especially friendly and attentive and the garden was open even though we sat inside. The fried battered broccoli appetizer with spicy sweet and sour sauce was a fine starter for two excellent meals.
  • Photo of HelgeFK
    3 years ago
    We went to Fritzl's Lunch Box together with a friend who lives in the area. The burger was recommended, and it was amazing! A simple burger, but made with very tender and well tasting meat. Simple and small restaurant, but with a nice atmosphere. Nice and friendly staff. Good value for money!
  • Photo of TerriM270
    3 years ago
    This tiny little restaurant ( I understand there is a back patio - brr right now) is a true gem. Six of us ate and basically ran the menu -- all tastes and needs met, from vegetarian to carnivore. Dinner included an amazing lamb dish, an appetizer of prosciutto jam (yes jam!) that was to die for and more good food than I have characters to list. Impeccable service just added to the grand evening. When in Brooklyn, this is a must try.
  • Photo of Daniel M
    3 years ago
    If you ask me, Fritzl's has the best burger in Bushwick, and is among the best in NYC. Every time I go, I can't help but order it! Quality meat topped with a delectable relish and special sauce in between a lightly toasted sesame seed bun, all for $9. Apps like the salsa brined chicken wings and beer battered cauliflower are equally amazing. They also make a delicious iced coffee that uses brown sugar syrup mixed with cold brew and some other ingredient that slips my mind but tastes freaking fantastic. Anyway, check this place out and get the burger. You won't regret it.
  • Photo of Claudia C
    4 years ago
    Eating on the outside patio at Fritzl's on a beautiful afternoon in July was a great experience. The burger was, hands down, one of the best burgers we've ever had. Don't know what the chef does to make it so delicious, but he shouldn't change anything. The chicken wings were okay; we have our own favorite recipe we make at home and it's hard to beat. We thoroughly enjoyed the ricotta dumplings and fried chicken sandwich was nicely prepared and flavorful, but neither were as tasty as the burger. The beer selection was interesting as well and we managed to find several to accompany our meal. If you go to Fritzl's - go outside, have a burger and a beer and plan on nothing else for the rest of the afternoon; you'll just want to savor that lunch for a while. (The outdoor patio could use the deft hand of an experienced gardener.)
  • Photo of JLevinson90
    5 years ago
    Fritzl's provided my friends and I with a great weekend brunch experience. The interior is cramped, but walk through the kitchen and you'll emerge in a spacious and relaxing garden patio, that is perfect for relaxation. While the food isn't cheap, it is excellent, and the drink selection is unique. The New Orleans Iced Coffee, and "morning beer" (kombucha + Founders' All Day IPA) make a trip worthwhile in and of themselves.
  • Photo of UbErich F
    5 years ago
    Not exactly next door, coming from Manhattan but a very good restaurant, worth the trip. A small nice cheery place with an back yard garden in summer. The menu is season oriented, with very good and well priced appetizers and a small choice of main courses. There is a limited choice of desserts available. Chef Dan, after having worked at some of the top NY restaurants is in his element at this place. I found the best choice was to let him choose and prepare a selection of appetizers before selecting a main course. The only thing missing is some bread or chips while sipping wine, beer or hard cider.

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