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Brooklyn chain Joseph’s Dream Burger is opening a location in Crown Heights this Thursday, taking over the KT2 location on Kingston Avenue and offering 2 floors of fast-food space. Full story, photos
By COLlive journalist
Joseph’s Dream Burger has been serving Brooklyn’s Jewish community for 20 years, with three successful locations on Avenue J, Coney Island and Avenue M that have left customers delighted.
Now they have set their sights on Crown Heights.
This Thursday, Joseph’s Dream Burger will open its new location at 333 Kingston Avenue, in the former KT2 location, sandwiched between Holesome Bagels and Fashion Queen.
The chain prides itself on offering a “burger at a luxury price but at an affordable fast food price.” Burgers start at $13.50. They’ll also feature the same menu available elsewhere, including burgers, wraps, baguettes, salads, buckets of fried chicken, and a whole ton of sides.
The new Crown Heights location offers an artistic and creative decor, with two floors and a 16-foot window overlooking Kingston Avenue, offering 76 seats for customers to relax and enjoy their meals.
The second floor will be suitable as a venue for parties and simchas, such as Sheva Brachos, Bas Mitzvahs or birthday parties.
The restaurant will officially open its doors this Thursday, January 4. A grand opening party for families and children will take place on Sunday, January 14.
Daily hours of operation will be 12:00-1:00 a.m. Sunday through Thursday. On Motzoei Shabbos they will also be open late.
The hashgacha will be CHK.
Joseph’s Dream Burger is available on various platforms including Uber Eats, Grubhub, Door Dash and their website at www.josephsdreamburgers.com