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The Burger's Priest new location??

petek Jan 2, 2012 07:22 AM

Is it open?
Sorry in advance if this has already been discussed.

  1. kwass Jan 2, 2012 05:45 PM

    Nope. Drove by today, and there is still brown paper over the glass

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      petek Jan 2, 2012 07:44 PM

      Drag...
      Thanks kwass!

    2. katdog Jan 3, 2012 06:23 PM

      It's going to open Monday January 9th.

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        petek Jan 3, 2012 09:15 PM

        Huzzah!!
        Haven't tried them yet so I'm a little excited...

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          wontonfm Jan 4, 2012 05:22 AM

          They had posted this on their Facebook page yesterday but the post seems to have mysteriously disappeared...

          WON
          http://whatsonmyplate.net

        2. Davwud Jan 6, 2012 05:37 AM

          Monday, January 9 at 6 pm.

          DT

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            illy Jan 9, 2012 07:14 AM

            Opening today! I'll be there!

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              Davwud Jan 9, 2012 07:28 AM

              We expect a full report on our computer screens by 9am tomorrow morning.

              DT

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              jlunar Jan 9, 2012 10:47 AM

              *ponders having a second dinner...*

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                TorontoJo Jan 9, 2012 10:55 AM

                Pondering telling my cold to take a flying leap so I can have dinner there. Will probably wait for lunch tomorrow instead, when maybe the crazies will have dissipated...

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                  Davwud Jan 9, 2012 02:25 PM

                  It will probably be a zoo tonight.

                  DT

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                    domesticgodess Jan 9, 2012 02:30 PM

                    I dropped by this afternoon to wish them luck. The space is great (although he upped the anty with his religious beliefs).
                    I will go there - the minute they open at LUNCH.

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                      caitlink Jan 9, 2012 04:12 PM

                      Drove by at six pm and saw lineup of twenty or so people waiting outside.

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                        acd123 Jan 11, 2012 05:38 AM

                        I'm a huge fan of BP but the religion stuff on his website is kinda weird. If he's truly "upped the ante" at the new location it will be even weirder.

              2. TorontoJo Jan 10, 2012 11:33 AM

                Went for lunch today. This is my first BP experience and count me in the "let down by the hype" category. The burger was decent enough, but I really didn't care for the texture. Perhaps the grind is too fine, but the burger was very soft, almost mushy, in texture. Flavour was decent, bun was right, but the texture was the big downfall. The chili cheese fries, on the other hand, were really kinda awesome. Those could be a meal on their own. Grainy photo below.

                Stockyards will continue to be my go to for griddled, smashed burgers. Which is too bad, since BP is so damn close. But, judging from the traffic, they won't miss me. Even at almost 2pm, there was a steady line of traffic in and out. Apparently opening night was jammed -- 600 patties in 3 hours! I wish them continued success.

                 
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                  petek Jan 10, 2012 11:47 AM

                  So is there seating in the new location??

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                    TorontoJo Jan 10, 2012 11:51 AM

                    Yep, a bunch of stools at 2 counters -- one in the window and one long, shallower one along the wall. Maybe a dozen total? Very similar to the set up at Stockyards.

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                      CBlake Jan 10, 2012 12:30 PM

                      Was the letdown big enough for you that you will not go back at all or just that the Stockyards are better and if timing is not an issue you rather go there?

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                        TorontoJo Jan 10, 2012 12:38 PM

                        I won't go back for a burger, as I really didn't like the texture at all. I may go back for the chili cheese fries, though...

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                        jlunar Jan 10, 2012 01:37 PM

                        I think there were 12-15 stools total in there. Space is nice, pretty much the beaches location, but with a bit more polish (the ceiling tiles were really nice).

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                      Davwud Jan 11, 2012 08:11 AM

                      I don't think it's how fine the grind is. The burgers there are very loosely packed. (supposedly the way they should be) The resulting burger is very, very tender. Perhaps that's what you don't like about it. Just supposin' though.

                      DT

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                        TorontoJo Jan 11, 2012 08:54 AM

                        I like loosely packed burgers. But I've had loosely packed burgers that have a nice beefy bite to them. These were just mushy to me, not tender. But hey, that's just my personal taste. Obviously there aren't many others that feel the same way. :)

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                          justsayn Jan 11, 2012 09:01 AM

                          I'm with you ToJo. But I keep trying it from time to time trying to like it.

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                            Davwud Jan 11, 2012 11:10 AM

                            Yep. That's why there's chocolate and vanilla right??

                            Have you had a Hero burger?? Talk about awful texture. Like a grease soaked sponge.

                            DT

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                              GoodGravy Jan 11, 2012 11:43 AM

                              Speaking of chocolate and vanilla, any word on when the milkshake machines will be put to use? I had a chocolate hazelnut milkshake from Shake Shack last night and was reminded of how well shakes go w/ burgers and fries. Also, will there be blizzards or concretes?

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                                punchythecat Jan 19, 2012 08:19 PM

                                Shake Shack? I admit I've been on another planet for the last while, but there is a Shake Shack in T.O. now? Please tell! Or did you just happen to be in NYC the night before?
                                Sigh. What I'd give for a concrete, a portobello burger and some of those curly fries...Jeb's Custard is good, but not the same.

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                                  peppermint pate Jan 20, 2012 03:26 AM

                                  Still no Shake Shack in Toronto...sadly...

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                                    GoodGravy Jan 20, 2012 06:49 AM

                                    Sorry, I'm in NYC most of the time so I get my pizza and burger fix here before going to Toronto. But BP's fb page did mention a b&w shake (Riggs & Murtaugh) and the Jarge (vanilla, chocolate, strawberry). Not concretes and no mention of where the ice cream comes from, but at least now you can get a shake to wash down that burger.

                        2. Crispier Crouton Jan 10, 2012 09:57 PM

                          Went this evening, lineups inside were probably 10 deep at worst. Most people were taking it to go, so it wasn't too hard to find a stool if you really wanted one. Obliterated a Priest with cheesy chili fries. The priest was fantastic, but not too sure how the cheeseburger would stand up on its own. Milkshakes are not available yet.

                          Burger Cellar a couple stores down cannot be pleased.

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                            peppermint pate Jan 11, 2012 12:29 PM

                            Okay, I'm finally going to try a Burger's Priest burger this week and I'm debating what to order. Does the secret menu still exist? Do I wink or offer a secret handshake if I order off it? Debating between a double cheeseburger and the high priest - are they the same amount of meat but just an extra piece of bun in the middle and "special sauce" on the high priest? Then again, I've never had chili cheese fries before so maybe a single cheeseburger and a shared order of those are the way to go?

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                              TorontoJo Jan 11, 2012 12:42 PM

                              I would start with just a cheeseburger to start, so you can decide if you like the burger before adding all sort of other things to it. A cheeseburger and a shared order of chili cheese fries is definitely a good way to go! Plenty of food.

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                                franpelyk Jan 11, 2012 01:27 PM

                                OK. After much anticipation and waiting for this place to open in my "hood", i finally went in today. I've noticed large Linwood since Monday, and even today, after 3pm, it was still busy. The place looks good, with nice finishings. It's not huge but I did snag a stool. Had the cheeseburger with bacon and the chili fries. The burger was excellent. Loosely packed with juice flowing from it. Not try, but exceptionally moist. Not a huge bun, but the perfect texture for the meat. He fries......don't ask. A meal in itself! I don't think the priest will be direct competition to the Burger Cellar, nearby, as they serve a very different croud. So in short, decent burgers have finally arrived in North Toronto, and not a moment too soon.

                                If I I had to make one suggestion, turn the music down a bit, as you can't hear the cashier, or your name when they call it out. Great tunes!!!

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                                  prima Jan 11, 2012 07:59 PM

                                  Finally, decent burgers have arrived in North Toronto?

                                  The well established market for somewhat overpriced, decent burgers in North Toronto is the reason BP opened a location in North Toronto. Burgers and Canadianized Italian, that's what North Toronto is all about.

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                                foodyDudey Jan 11, 2012 01:32 PM

                                Ask for the special sauce when you order the "altar boy" from the secret menu.

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                                  peppermint pate Jan 12, 2012 07:38 AM

                                  Okay, so I picked up this note just before heading over there yesterday evening. There were about 10 people in line ahead of us. I ordered a cheeseburger with fried onions, mustard and special sauce (when I asked the cashier what the special sauce was, she told me she couldn't tell me...too funny, I guess that's part of the secret menu mystique). Hubby ordered a cheeseburger with bacon and fried onions and we split an order of chili cheese fries. The burgers were great - well portioned, juicy, tasty and well-textured (it's definitely less firm than other burgers but it all kind of worked for me). Really liked the chili cheese fries as well.

                                  The place was hopping, though the wait was never more than 10-15 minutes and we easily got seats as at least half the people were doing take-out. Turnover is fast, service was friendly and the music mix was fantastic - loud, yes, but it made for a great vibe (and we could easily carry on a conversation).

                                  As a prelude to American Idiot, it made for a perfect double bill. Fun night!

                                  By the way, what's the "altar boy"?

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                                    Ubervache Jan 13, 2012 10:44 AM

                                    What is the "altar boy"?

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                                  mstestzzz002 Jan 11, 2012 07:53 PM

                                  Went today around 3PM, I had my usual, The Priest, S.O. had the cheeseburger combo. Fries seemed a little plumper than the usual skinny fries I've had at the original location.

                                  eager to try the shakes when they become available.

                                  here are some photos of the pilgrimmage...

                                   
                                   
                                   
                                   
                                   
                                   
                                   
                                   
                                   
                                   
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                                    petek Jan 12, 2012 06:53 PM

                                    So I just got back from BP(around 9ish) and I have to say it was a darned good burger(1st time there) Got the cheeseburger w/ bacon they were out of fried onions and only had about 20 patties left.It was a bit on the small side(I finished it in about 5 bites) but very tasty.Service was friendly and quick.Good tunes but too loud for me(I'm old,what can I say..) Next time I'll try a double or the high priest,whatever that is.

                                    mstestzzz002..what is that thing in your very last photo????

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                                      magic Jan 12, 2012 07:19 PM

                                      Why don't they turn down their music?!I I haven't been to the new location but it seems to be a common observation.

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                                        jlunar Jan 12, 2012 07:21 PM

                                        agreed, it was super loud when I went!

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                                        mstestzzz002 Jan 13, 2012 06:34 AM

                                        That's "The Priest" - combo of the cheeseburger and 'the option' aka portobello mushroom stuffed with cheese - it's on the menu.

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                                          petek Jan 13, 2012 06:54 AM

                                          That sounds good! I was still hungry after the reg cheesburger,so maybe I'll try that next..

                                    2. sloweater Jan 13, 2012 12:01 PM

                                      I just got back from lunch; count me as a convert! The burger patty was so juicy it was running down my chin. The texture of the burger was soft and crumbly, which I prefer to biting into a meat puck. Fries were ok, but who cares! It was 2:30 and there was a line up and steady stream of people coming and going while I was there. Music was on the loud side, but I'm eating a burger at a burger joint not foie gras at Scaramouche. I was more surprised that a Bose sound dock could generate that much volume. Finally, the counter staff were friendly and kept the counters wiped and tidy.

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                                        petek Jan 13, 2012 12:45 PM

                                        "Music was on the loud side, but I'm eating a burger at a burger joint not foie gras at Scaramouche."
                                        I know it's a burger joint and I wasn't expecting Scaramouche like ambiance,but when the Bose sound dock is right next to your head when yer trying' to order or waiting for your food,is cranked full blast,it's kinda annoying...

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                                          sloweater Jan 13, 2012 12:47 PM

                                          Fair enough. I was at the front window, so the volume wasn't particularly oppressive.

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                                            petek Jan 13, 2012 01:03 PM

                                            They had that Bose cranked(impressive little device) when I was there at 9pm.Maybe it was a pre closing,get the adrenalin pumping kinda thing.The music won't stop me from going back,but maybe I'll try sitting at the front next time.

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                                              sloweater Jan 13, 2012 01:09 PM

                                              It's funny, I think I had the music on my mind when I went in because of your post. When I went to pick up my burger, I had the same thought about the Bose system - impressive little machine.

                                              Now I may end up getting one for home.

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                                        radiopolitic Jan 17, 2012 06:32 PM

                                        This is my first time at The Burger's Priest.

                                        Had the double cheeseburger. Thought it was tasty with a good consistency but not worth price. I didn't find the music too loud so maybe they turned it down?

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                                          gregoryyyz Jan 20, 2012 02:56 PM

                                          Toronto Life has an online article today with a bunch of photos.

                                          http://www.torontolife.com/daily/dail...

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                                            scottl Jan 22, 2012 07:03 AM

                                            I went yesterday and it was jammed. It took 25 minutes to receive the burgers. It was worth it! My personal favorite burger has been the Burger Shack. BP beats them on the burger but IMHO the Shack still has the best fries around. BP is my new burger fix. I just need to figure out how to drive from Yonge over to Oriole to get my Shack fries before my burger gets cold.

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                                              afong56 Apr 2, 2012 10:12 AM

                                              finally had a chance to try the burger's priest today, yonge st. location. decent. not spectacular or world changing. for toronto, it's good. not as good as goody's in the east end, but solid. would still rate it below places like burger joint in nyc. it's about on par with shake shack in the danny meyer empire in manhattan. the burgers are 4oz patties like shake shack. their default their burgers to well done, so it's a bit drier than i thought it would be. the fries are slightly better than expected, and there's a hell of a lot of them in a combo (had the priest combo). relatively overpriced for what you get, considering you get a better all round product at goody's, imho. note: catucci's "you gotta eat here" was filming as i arrived, so the place is going to get some more publicity shortly. . .

                                              1. prima Jul 18, 2012 09:52 AM

                                                I decided to give BP North another try. During my visit, around 3 pm on a Monday afternoon, there were between 15 to 20 customers at BP. I ordered the double cheeseburger, since it was my first meal of the day, and I was famished. I received my burger in less than 5 minutes. Hunger is supposed to be the greatest chef, right? Even with the hunger bias, I found the burger to be ok at best. This cheeseburger was greasier than the cheeseburger I ordered at Holy Chuck, and some of the grease soaked into the bun. NTTAWWT. The patty was moist, and certainly not dry. I find their patty bland. Maybe I've become accustomed to highly-seasoned burgers, and a plain meat patty with American cheese doesn't do it for me. I'd take the often-bashed Webers burger, a Licks cheeseburger or a Wendy's Jr Burger with cheese over a BP cheeseburger, if I had the choice. That being said, I like the BP burger better than the awful burger at Hazel's diner, or the burger at the Abbot, so it probably is the best burger on Yonge between Lawrence and York Mills. I haven't tried the Burger Cellar burgers, although I've read negative reports from some Hounds who frequent the area.

                                                The music wasn't loud on a Monday afternoon.

                                                If I want a quick, less-than-$15 lunch in the Yonge & Lawrence neigbourhood, I realized yesterday I'd rather just go to Ciccio Sanwiccio.

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                                                1. re: prima
                                                  Davwud Jul 18, 2012 11:14 AM

                                                  On occasion I've found the burger to be underseasoned but it wasn't anything a little salt and pepper didn't fix.
                                                  Licks, Wendy's and Webers (can't comment on that as I've never had one) over theirs?? Puleeez.

                                                  DT

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                                                    prima Jul 18, 2012 12:07 PM

                                                    ha ha. I had a feeling you'd respond, Davwud. Seriously though- might just be an indication of my seriously non-discriminating burger palate, but I find a Wendy's Jr burger hits the spot whenever I order it. Maybe I've been conditioned to like Wendy's. This BP burger was ok, and certainly edible, but it didn't hit the spot, so to speak. I didn't feel like I'd want to return soon for the same thing- whereas after my burger at Harbord Room (i know, different animal, relatively fancypants burger, and certainly not the same kind of burger) I remember thinking I'd order another one on another visit. I'll try adding some salt & pepper next time I'm facing a somewhat bland burger.

                                                    Do you get all the toppings when you order the cheeseburger or double cheeseburger when you're at BP, Holy Chuck and Stockyards? If not, which do you get? I'm not a big fan of ketchup or mayo on my burger, so I'm guessing my ketchupless, mayo-less burger might taste quite different than the the fully loaded burgers. I can see how ketchup would add a sweetness and tang that might compliment that patty.

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                                                      Davwud Jul 18, 2012 04:30 PM

                                                      I'm in transition right now. For years it was K, Mu, P, O, Ma. These days it's just P, O, Mu.

                                                      DT

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                                                        disgusti Jul 19, 2012 12:06 AM

                                                        i think the best way to experience burger priest is a double double jarge style with pickles. mustard grilled patties, fried onions, delightful

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                                                          Davwud Jul 19, 2012 04:22 AM

                                                          Ya, I've tried a lot of the different combinations and the last time was probably the best burger I've had from there. Double Double w/ Bacon, Pickles, Onion and Mustard. It was fabulous.

                                                          DT

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                                                  ylsf Aug 3, 2012 02:30 PM

                                                  Anyone want to order a 12x 12 after watching this video :

                                                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHkCJsImYGU

                                                  This was Furious Pete's entry into the competition:

                                                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7qrJs...

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                                                    T Long Aug 3, 2012 02:42 PM

                                                    Ha, I think the fix was on. Notice how the camera had its eye mainly on Furious Pete right from the beginning;) Don't think the others had a chance!

                                                  2. kwass May 3, 2013 12:00 PM

                                                    Apparently the Queen St location is aiming for a June 1st opening.

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                                                      ylsf May 23, 2013 07:55 AM

                                                      EDIT - Darn, false alarm. A comment says that it isn't open and that the building permit is back up. I had figured that someone would have posted about it... anyway, original post below.
                                                      http://www.blogto.com/eat_drink/2013/...

                                                      BlogTo is reporting that it opened on Monday..

                                                      You guys secretly going and not letting anyone know so you can avoid the lineups? :)

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                                                        kwass May 23, 2013 10:07 AM

                                                        I just walked by it yesterday, and it's not open yet. But construction looks like it's pretty close to being finished.

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                                                          justxpete May 23, 2013 10:18 AM

                                                          Same, drove by yesterday and was not open as yet. Permits were still plastered to the windows.

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                                                          5andman May 23, 2013 05:44 PM

                                                          Burger Priest Facebook post:

                                                          Etobicoke just got blessed by The Burger's Priest
                                                          Movies on Queensway will never be the same.
                                                          Expanded Ice Cream menu + parking.
                                                          Sept 2013

                                                          Sounds like The Queensway & Islington.

                                                          I wonder where exactly from CIneplex Queensway? Next door? Across?

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                                                            Davwud May 23, 2013 07:01 PM

                                                            Based on their MO so far I'd suggest a storefront on Queensway east of Islington.

                                                            DT

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                                                              ylsf May 23, 2013 07:17 PM

                                                              Interesting!

                                                              Glad to see they are expanding but hope they don't expand too fast and not roll it out properly. Is there any quality difference between the Yonge location and Queen Street location now? I know at the start there was complaints that Yonge street wasn't as good as the original

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                                                                disgusti May 23, 2013 07:19 PM

                                                                eh as far as i'm concerned that was just people bitching for the sake of bitching. i've eaten at both locations a number of times at various points in the lifespans and it's always ranged from pretty damn good to outrageously good

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                                                                  Davwud May 23, 2013 08:02 PM

                                                                  My one and only visit to the Yonge St location I was served what I believe was the single greatest burger I've ever had. Truly phenomenal.
                                                                  In my half dozen or so visits I've never had a burger less than excellent.

                                                                  DT

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                                                                pakmode May 24, 2013 08:56 AM

                                                                Good for them. That area will serve them well and is right off the highway.

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                                                                  Etobs_Finest May 24, 2013 09:14 PM

                                                                  Trips to Costco will never be the same!

                                                                  Maybe where Max's Market used to be?

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                                                                    Michael N May 24, 2013 09:43 PM

                                                                    Used to be? Did that location close down?

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                                                                      Etobs_Finest May 24, 2013 11:59 PM

                                                                      It did indeed.

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                                                                      FrenchSoda May 25, 2013 03:39 PM

                                                                      Must be somewhere else, I drove past there today and it's a paint store now. I find it odd that Max's has been closed a while now but the sign is still flashing way up above.

                                                                      Looks like a good opening sale if anyone's after paint though...

                                                                      Can't wait to try the burgers.

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                                                                        petek May 25, 2013 03:56 PM

                                                                        Ya,I noticed that as well as I drove to work. Max's really dropped the ball on that location..I still think Priest's new location will be in the "plaza" where the theatre is.

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                                                                          5andman May 25, 2013 05:22 PM

                                                                          Is there vacancies in the plaza where the theatre is?
                                                                          There are 2 chain restos and a bank there -- no other empty vacancy.

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                                                                            petek May 25, 2013 06:44 PM

                                                                            <Movies on Queensway will never be the same.
                                                                            Expanded Ice Cream menu + parking.>

                                                                            Don't know if there's any vacancies in that plaza,I'm just speculating based on their Facebook page...

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                                                                              MissBingBing May 26, 2013 05:39 AM

                                                                              From the Now:
                                                                              http://www.nowtoronto.com/food/story....

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                                                                                petek May 26, 2013 06:26 AM

                                                                                Well..I've been wrong before. :D
                                                                                Thanks for the link!

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                                                                                  5andman May 26, 2013 01:55 PM

                                                                                  Interesting indeed.
                                                                                  986 The Queensway (NE corner)

                                                                                  There is parking (back), not the most accessible.

                                                                                  It will be interesting once they are up and running.
                                                                                  Though, it is a very high traffic area, the retail there is a bit of a 'dead zone' for commerce.

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                                                                      ylsf May 27, 2013 12:14 PM

                                                                      Ok, it is official now. June 1st as mentioned earlier in this thread but for dinner - 6pm... as per their tweet this morning:

                                                                      https://twitter.com/burgerspriest/sta...

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                                                                        causeimhungry Jun 2, 2013 10:07 AM

                                                                        Went on opening night last night at about 7-7:30. There was a line out the door, but the employees were very efficient and I had my order in under 30 minutes, so no complaints from me. This was my first time at Burger's Priest and I must say this was one of the top burger experiences I've ever had! The burgers were flavourful, juicy and perfect size. (I read a lot of comments from people about their burgers being too small for the price. Mine was a double patty and I couldn't imagine wanted something larger than that.) Price was a tad steep, but that will not keep me from coming back. Their chili cheese fries came loaded and were very tasty (and I'm not even a big fan of chili) and their milkshakes were a perfect consistency.

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