Located on New York’s upper east side, Go Burger is an updated version of the traditional burger joint. This 100-seat, 3200 square foot restaurant features a 35 foot long, white oak and ebonized walnut bar, colored subway tiled walls and intimate leather booths.

A fully retractable garage door opens the street façade up to the sidewalk café for full, open air bar dining. Inside, the space is warm and casual. A 70 foot long floating ceiling connects the drink and milkshake bars to the rear dining room, with a separate semi- private dining room that can accommodate private events.

Photography: Paul Dyer, Oleg March, Melissa Wagner

Located on New York’s upper east side, Go Burger is an updated version of the traditional burger joint. This 100-seat, 3200 square foot restaurant features a 35 foot long, white oak and ebonized walnut bar, colored subway tiled walls and intimate leather booths.

A fully retractable garage door opens the street façade up to the sidewalk café for full, open air bar dining. Inside, the space is warm and casual. A 70 foot long floating ceiling connects the drink and milkshake bars to the rear dining room, with a separate semi- private dining room that can accommodate private events.

Photography: Paul Dyer, Oleg March, Melissa Wagner

Located on New York’s upper east side, Go Burger is an updated version of the traditional burger joint. This 100-seat, 3200 square foot restaurant features a 35 foot long, white oak and ebonized walnut bar, colored subway tiled walls and intimate leather booths.

A fully retractable garage door opens the street façade up to the sidewalk café for full, open air bar dining. Inside, the space is warm and casual. A 70 foot long floating ceiling connects the drink and milkshake bars to the rear dining room, with a separate semi- private dining room that can accommodate private events.

Photography: Paul Dyer, Oleg March, Melissa Wagner

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Photography: Paul Dyer, Oleg March, Melissa Wagner

Located on New York’s upper east side, Go Burger is an updated version of the traditional burger joint. This 100-seat, 3200 square foot restaurant features a 35 foot long, white oak and ebonized walnut bar, colored subway tiled walls and intimate leather booths.

A fully retractable garage door opens the street façade up to the sidewalk café for full, open air bar dining. Inside, the space is warm and casual. A 70 foot long floating ceiling connects the drink and milkshake bars to the rear dining room, with a separate semi- private dining room that can accommodate private events.