Friday, April 23, 2010

What to Have for Lunch Today: Superburger from Super Duper

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click to enlarge Superburger ($4.75) and garlic cheese fries ($3). - JOHN BIRDSALL
  • John Birdsall
  • Superburger ($4.75) and garlic cheese fries ($3).
Fri., April 23, 2010

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The Adriano Paginini-fronted Beretta-Starbelly-Delarosa team will not rest until you have laid down money to eat its food. At Super Duper, the first of what will no doubt be a neighborhood-encroaching chain of quick-serve burger joints paying homage to Manhattan's Shake Shacks, you don't have to lay down all that much cash. The one-patty Superburger is less than $5. It's a griddled Niman basic, with cheddar and tangy Thousand-Islandy super sauce. It's a fine burger, though you'll probably want to upgrade ― for $2 more ― to the double patty. And Super Duper's garlic cheese fries don't make you reek nearly as much as you fear.

Super Duper Burgers 2304 Market (at 16th St.), 558-8213

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