B&B: Burgers and Brewskies
Burger & Brewskies is definitely not your ordinary burger joint.
Generic burgers are nowhere near in sight. In fact, it's where awesome and creative burgers meet craft beers. Backyard barbecue cookouts for friends in New York was where co-founder Francis Balbarin honed his creative skills of serving new burger concepts with a twist.
Fast forward to now and this is certainly reflected on Burger & Brewskies' menu of innovative burger concepts that challenge the burger status quo. Definitely not for the faint-hearted, we tell you.
Bellagio 2, Forbes Town Centre, Burgos Circle
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig (02) 403 4038
Sunday to Thursday, 11AM - 11:30PM
Friday to Saturday, 11AM - 6PM
The people behind Burgers and Brewskies have got their burger equations right.
If you’re an American cheese, lettuce, tomato and pickle purist, look away. These guys have gone crazy with their concoctions, but without once sacrificing taste. Their patties are a clean 1/3 pounds, which means that they can get away with adding slabs of mac and cheese, fried onion strings, balsamic glazed shiitakes, and whatever ostentatious thing they want on their burgers. The beef was always consistent, perfectly cooked, and never dry, which is all I ever ask for between two slices of bread.Pamela Cortez
I like their innovative burgers and good selection of craft beers.
If you're looking for a good place to hangout after office or just satisfy your burger cravings, I recommend B&B.Anton Diaz
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The newbie venture owned by Francis Balbarin, Mike Floro, and Marc Noco is a hit among young professionals-making a post-work wind down imperative in the area.
If you find yourself at Burgos Circle on a Friday night, you will likely see its newest gastropub, Burger & Brewskies, bursting with diners. With its range of inventive savory dishes and impressive selection of craft beers, cocktails, and single malts, the newbie venture owned by Francis Balbarin, Mike Floro, and Marc Noco is a hit among young professionals-making a post-work wind down imperative in the area.Sandie Gadia