Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar opens it’s third NJ location today on Haddonfield Road in Cherry Hill. Marketed as an upscale burger restaurant, Zinburger offers gourmet burgers paired with wine.
From March 5 – March 8, Zinburger will donate 15 percent of sales to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Burlington, Camden & Gloucester Counties. The organization provides one-to-one mentoring programs to over 600 youth in the tri-county area.
Zinburger’s two other NJ locations have developed a strong customer following of the made-to-order burgers, hand-dipped shakes and floats, specialty pies and large selection of wine. “With the incredible success of the Clifton location as well as the newly open Paramus restaurant, we are excited to bring Zinburger to South Jersey,” said Brad Honigfeld, chief executive officer of The Briad Group, a licensee for Zinburger.
Zinburgers are made from scratch and cooked to order on a griddle in their own juices. The Certified Angus Beef and American-style Kobe Beef are ground fresh twice a day. Signature burgers include the Zinburger (with Manchego Cheese & Zinfandel Braised Onions) and the Kobe Burger (with Vermont Cheddar & Wild Mushrooms). The new location’s burger of the week, the Brie and Beef, features a generous portion of salty Brie atop an Angus patty with a slather of truffle aioli.
Zinburger’s décor is contemporary and upbeat featuring rich wood and earth tones. Take a close look at the lighting fixtures and you see they are crafted from frosted milk bottles. The 5,300-square foot restaurant features 11 high definition televisions located throughout the restaurant and bar with a seating capacity of 189. The bar offers cocktails and 16 beer selections including 8 on tap. The wine menu includes 23 varieties priced from $5 to $15 a glass.
Two highlights on the cocktail menu include a Bacon Bloody Mary, made with bacon infused vodka, and the Jim Dandy, a summery Manhattan-like libation of bourbon, Grand Marnier, and muddled strawberries. Happy hour is available weekdays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. On Wednesdays, bottles of wine are half-price.