Ride to Eat: Tuesday Night Supper Club – Burgerology
Burgerology – My Favorite Degree!
On Tuesday nights, I try to meet up with friends to get out and get some air on the bikes. This usually involves a little riding, a little eating, lots of laughing and shit-talking. Burgerology in Huntington was a perfect fit.
Here on Long Island, we have tons of places that now offer outside dining. It’s unfortunate that it took a pandemic to push us in this direction, but I’m happy we’re here. We’ve been sorely lacking a thriving outdoor cafe culture for far too long.
Burgerology now offers sidewalk seating!
Now, I’m not usually one for posting food photos (donuts don’t count) but this mac & cheese bacon burger on a pretzel bun with truffle fries was really good and I thought you should know about it 🙂
The burger was so good in fact, that when I spotted it on the menu and said so out loud, someone immediately copied me and ordered the same thing.
As is my right by the ancient laws of restaurant dining, I made sure to tell the waiter that I saw it first and that I was indeed being copied. The waiter, caring deeply with every fiber in his soul, looked at me sympathetically. Or, it might have been the look of who gives a shit? It was dark out.
As if the Mac & Cheese burger weren’t enough of a reason to hit this place up ~ on the back-side of the Burgerology building, there is a knockout mural painted by Andaluz the Artist, featuring Baby Yoda holding a cheeseburger. Does it get any better than this?
Amazing food, great artwork and a ride on your motorcycle? A win all the way around!
Not only did my order get copied, but this guy cockblocked my photo opportunity! Man, with friends like this… 😀
5 Replies to “Ride to Eat: Tuesday Night Supper Club – Burgerology”
Excellent photos and story! Always nice reading your posts.
Thank you, Lowell 🙂 enjoy the long weekend!
Thanks so much for sharing. I live in a rural area that although has its benefits, little traffic, plenty of twists and turns, ( town of Butternuts, yep that one)we are
lacking in the dining opportunities of which you speak.
That looks and sounds dangerous! And the pictures are wonderful.
It is really helpful for beginners. Great work