New York City’s first exchange-mark bar and restaurant, a new destination for locals and tourists, will open this weekend.
Exchange Marks Bar and Restaurant will offer the city’s first bar-and-grill in exchange for $2.75 for a burger.
A “hot dog” will cost $3.50 at the restaurant, and the “double burger” will be $4.50.
The restaurant’s website says it was founded in 2014 in the New York borough of Staten Island and is now operated by a group of “New York City natives.”
The restaurant is located at 814 East 47th Street, in the heart of Manhattan.
The New York Daily News reported that “it’s the first bar in the world in exchange and it’s the only one that has an exchange mark.”
The restaurant will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and customers can sit at the bar and take a bite of their meal before or after enjoying the burgers.
“It’s a place that brings people together,” said owner Kevin Johnson.
“It’s just a great opportunity to create more jobs and bring more people into the community.”
The new bar and grill will be the first in the U.S. to offer a “hotdog” and “double bun” sandwich for $4, which is an average price for the four-pound burger, according to the website.
The menu is limited to two burgers, two sides, two desserts and two drinks.
Customers can also enjoy a “double bar” with three sides, four desserts and one drink for $6.25.