Piled-High Burgers, Local Cocktails at New Meyers Olde Dutch

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Piled-High Burgers, Local Cocktails at New Meyers Olde Dutch

TAKE YOUR FAVORITE BURGER JOINT, add homegrown ingredients and a full-service local bar and you have Meyer’s Olde Dutch, the new counter service eatery from chef Brian Arnoff of Kitchen Sink Food & Drink. Housed in the former Poppy’s (a block away from Kitchen Sink) Meyer’s is a modern take on the classic burger restaurant with a large backyard patio. From the piled-high double Dutch burger with bacon and cheddar to the vegan ’shrooms and nuts burger, carnivores and veg heads alike can get their fix of grilled goodness. Salads, hot dogs and chicken sandwiches round out the menu alongside double-cooked fries, sweet potato fritters and house-made dipping sauces. “All our Kitchen Sink philosophies about using local food purveyors are applied at Meyer’s Olde Dutch,” Arnoff notes, including New York State beef, cheese and local produce (some from his family microfarm in Hyde Park).

Meyer’s Olde Dutch
Wed, Thu, Sun noon–9pm; Fri-Sat noon–midnight
184 Main St, Beacon
(845) 440-6900
meyersoldedutch.com

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