PATCH: Burger Village Opens In Farmingdale
The mini-chain focuses on organic food and exotic burgers, such as elk, boar and ostrich. The new store marks Long Island’s second location.
FARMINGDALE, NY — Burger Village has come to Farmingdale, giving residents the chance to try organic food and a variety of exotic meats. The new eatery opened in Republic Plaza at 901 Broadhollow Road on Dec. 14.
Burger Village slings patties made from the standard beef, but things get fun from there. Elk, bison, boar, lamb and ostrich are just a few options between the buns. There are also vegan options, including the “Beyond” and “Impossible” burgers. Salads, sandwiches, soups, wraps, fries, organic hand-spun shakes and Maine root soda round out the menu.
The mini-chain was founded in 2013 by four Long Island brothers: Nick, Sam, Vick and Ravi Yadav. Farmingdale became the second Burger Village on Long Island and the seventh overall.
“We are thrilled and elated to bring Burger Village to [the] Farmingdale community after a long wait,” Nick Yadav told Patch. “It took us about three years, but we made it here. Burger Village’s menu has a lot to offer to all food lovers. We are excited to serve here and in return, we are getting endless affection and appreciation from our patrons.”
The Farmingdale store will serve local beers and signature cocktails. Happy hours are slated to run from 4 to 8 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. The restaurant itself was crafted with reclaimed wood.
The Yadav brothers said they’re “very serious” about the coronavirus and are taking precautions such as staff members always wearing masks, sanitizing menus after every use, and customers’ temperatures being taken at the door.
In addition to dine-in, customers can order take-out, curbside pick-up and delivery. If interested, you can order online or download the Burger Village app.