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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Kronnerburger Popping Up in Oakland on Friday

Posted By on Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 10:45 AM

click to enlarge The mighty Kronnerburger with bone marrow and a side of fries. - ANNA LATINO
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  • The mighty Kronnerburger with bone marrow and a side of fries.

This week's review is on hamburger pop-up Kronnerburger at Bruno's in the Mission, but if you live across the Bay, want to try it, and can't be bothered to make the BART trip, you're in luck: Chef Chris Kronner is taking his burgerly skills to Oakland this Friday for the Creative Growth Studio Party during Oakland's Art Murmur.

A $30 ticket gets you a Kronnerbuger, fries, a drink ticket, and music by Shock (tickets and more info available on Kronnerburger's Facebook page).

See also: Kronnerburger: Succumbing to the Cult of the Burger

KronnerBurger: A Bloody Good Pop-Up

I became a big fan of the Kronnerburger-- it's rare and salty, with cheddar mayo, crisp lettuce, and a light broiche-y bun from Acme bread. Kronner told me that he hasn't discontinued his search for a brick-and-mortar location, though he's not looking as fervently as he was once -- "I stopped being hung up on obsessing about spaces and locations. Just following it where it goes, for the time being it's here [at Bruno's]," he said -- adding that he's not discounting the East Bay, where he lives, as a potential permanent home.

So if you Oaklanders want the glorious Kronnerburger in your 'hood, show up Friday and show your support.

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Anna Roth

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Anna Roth is SF Weekly's Food & Drink Editor and author of West Coast Road Eats: The Best Road Food From San Diego to the Canadian Border.


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