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Bay Area Hotshot Chris Kronner is Serving His Renowned Burger in Brooklyn This Week

The signature blend burger can be topped with bone marrow

Chris Kronner
Chris Kronner
Patricia Chang

The hottest burger in the Bay Area is visiting New York. Chef Chris Kronner will be cooking his wildly popular, bone marrow-topped KronnerBurger at two pop-ups in Brooklyn this week. The former Bar Tartine chef will be bringing the buns, the marrow, and the signature burger blend from Oakland to New York for the events — a combo that’s made Kronner a burger star out west.

The chef will be at Achilles Heel in Greenpoint from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Wednesday with just burgers, booze, and salad, and at the former Isa space in Williamsburg from 7 p.m. to 12 p.m. on Thursday, with a more expanded menu that includes burgers, patty melts, and a vegan Earth Burger. The Isa event will be co-hosted with pop-up company Joint Venture, which will be offering seafood.

Kronner, who started making burgers as a pop-up in San Francisco and opened a brick-and-mortar just this past spring, uses a mixture of dry-aged beef, unaged grass-fed Angus beef, and short-rib and neck trim for his namesake burger. It’s topped with aged white cheddar mayo, charred red onions, dill pickles, and iceberg lettuce, and a salt-roasted bone marrow can be added on top. People in the Bay have been going nuts for it. Neither event requires a reservation.

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The KronnerBurger
Photo by Patricia Chang
KronnerBurger illustration
KronnerBurger and Joint Ventures event illustration by Massimo Mongiardo
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