B2B Bistronomy / Albuquerque, NM

Beer to Burgers an Albuquerque “Bistronomy,” a combination of the words “bistro” and “gastronomy” defined as a movement among chefs to present gastronomic dishes in a casual bistro setting without costing an arm and a leg. Showcasing forty New Mexican micro-brews, from Turtle Mountain, Chama River, Marble and hard cider brewed in the Duke City. The beef is also produced locally, farm-fresh Angus beef raised in New Mexico grass-fed and free-range. They use a custom grind of one-third pound premium cut and all patties are formed in house and weigh in at over a third of a pound when they hit the open flame grill. The artisan bread is never-frozen and is hand-rolled and custom-baked by Albuquerque’s Flying Star Bakery. The menu lists only eight burgers, two of which aren’t made with beef but also offer a build your own burger (BYOB) option offering your choice of patty (including New Mexico black Angus beef, turkey, salmon and tuna); all-natural cheese (seven choices, including smoked Cheddar, Danish blue and Gruyere); and specialty toppings (including New Mexico pecan wood smoked bacon, fried egg and New Mexico green chile).

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Octoberfest Burger: one-third pound premium cut angus beef, white sharp cheddar, bratwurst, apple bacon, red cabbage kraut, blonde ale mustard on a pretzel bun.

Octoberfest Burger:
one-third pound premium cut angus beef, white sharp cheddar, bratwurst, apple bacon, red cabbage kraut, blonde ale mustard on a pretzel bun.

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