Military Park’s Burg is hibernating for the winter
Published November 7, 2017 | Brick City Live
Burg, the fast-casual Military Park burger joint, is once again closing down through the winter months.
Management has already announced that Burg, and its 100-seat outdoor bar and stone patio, will reopen in spring 2018.
This past spring and summer season, Burg debuted new additions to its menu and hosted a number of standing parties and events in partnership with Newark-based The Honors Program, including Tuff Love on Wednesday night (featuring Caribbean, dancehall and reggae) and Super Taste on Thursday nights.
Chef and owner Chris Siverson and his restauranteur partner Marc Haskell also own Maritime Parc restaurant in Jersey City’s Liberty State Park. Burg, which opened in 2015, is the pair’s first fast-casual concept.
While Burg will be closed to the public, the restaurant location will continue to be available for private events during its off-season.
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