April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman’s Midtown East burger restaurant Salvation Burger is reopening on Monday after many months of repairs and renovations. The restaurant inside The Pod Hotel closed on May 16 when a forceful fire caused major damage to the restaurant’s kitchen. The fire came just three months after opening (it’s been closed for more time than it’s been open) and two weeks after Ryan Sutton’s review.
At the time of the shutter, the team planned to reopen within weeks, and it even looked like the reopening was imminent a few times. Back in August, an open call was held for staff, and a sign posted in the window a few months ago stated the reopening would happen in October. Still, delays persisted. Bloomfield and Friedman even debuted their newest project White Gold Butchers in the interim.
When Salvation Burger reopens for lunch on Monday, the menu and decor will be the same. Expect familiar menu options like burgers, sandwiches, and hot dogs, and snacks like bone marrow and beef heart. Stay tuned for more news on Salvation Burger as it becomes available.
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