Zinburger Wine and Burger Bar has wine and cocktail specials.
Get select cocktails for $10 and Burger of the Week specials. Zinburger announces their current specials on the Zinburger Specials Page.
About Zinburger (from NY Times)
Zinburger, a three-year-old mini-chain based in Arizona, is opening its first outlet on the East Coast, a $1.3-million, 176-seat restaurant on Route 3 West in Clifton, N.J., not far from the original 1948 Tick Tock Diner. Setting itself apart from most chains, Zinburger offers 21 wines, from $5 to $15 a glass, and eight beers on tap, including two microbrews, Mr. Honigfeld said.
The restaurant offers 10 kinds of griddled, made-to-order burgers, including the signature $10 certified Angus beef Zinburger, (topped with manchego cheese and zinfandel-braised onions); the $14 Snake River Kobe burger with Vermont cheddar cheese and wild mushrooms; the $10 turkey burger with Swiss cheese, avocado and mayonnaise; and the $9 Clint’s Almost Famous Vegetable Burger, with smoked mozzarella and tomato marmalade. Customers can also build their own burgers with topping selections ranging from Maytag blue cheese to roasted peppers and fried egg.
Hand-dipped milkshakes and floats cost $6. There are hand-cut fries, truffle fries, sweet potato fries (with yogurt dipping sauce) and zucchini fries for $5 to $6. Salad offerings include roasted chicken ($12) and seared ahi tuna ($13). Zinburger doesn’t compete in the low-end segment of the made-to-order fast-food burger battle, where chains like Five Guys, Sonic, Smashburger and Shake Shack have been proliferating in the Great Recession. Zinburger is more of a burger-focused casual-dining hybrid.