05/07/14
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A New 'Prime' Eatery

Impressario Allaham opens a new burger joint.

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A casual new spot from a restaurateur known for fancy. Danielle Praport
A casual new spot from a restaurateur known for fancy. Danielle Praport

Joey Allaham, the restaurant impresario known for glitzy eateries that have celebrities raving about kosher food, opened up a new spot right before Passover on the Upper West Side.

The scion of a Syrian family that’s been in the butcher business as far back as anyone can remember, Allaham’s doing more with meat in his latest venture: Prime Burger, a sports bar located on the lower level of his Japanese steakhouse at 217 West 85th Street.

The 130-seat spot, serving every meal but breakfast, offers casual dishes like mini corn dogs, a spicy lamb burger and a Mexican hotdog wrapped in a tortilla.

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05/15/2014 - 12:53

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