Coney Island’s plcae of Wahlburgers is toast — at slightest for now.
The outpost of the luminary burger sequence founded by actor Mark Wahlberg and his brothers, thespian Donnie and Paul, a chef, close down last week.
“The authorization organisation that heads up Coney Island is restructuring,” a repute for Wahlburgers tells the Daily News. “Now that we are by Labor Day weekend, it seems like the right time to close the grill to finish the restructuring and yield business with the best probable knowledge on reopening. No organisation date has been set.”
The plcae is no longer listed on the central web site for Wahlburgers. And a summary posted to the Brooklyn branch’s Facebook page Saturday reads: “We are contemptible for any inconvenience. We are closed.”
It follows a note posted the day before, stating “Coney Island will be temporarily closed.”
Plenty of fans speculated on given the outpost may have shuttered.
“Terrible service, unwashed tables and when food comes out cold, they actually ask you if you wish it exhilarated up,” a Facebook user named Millie Pobega Loughnane commented under Wahlburgers’ initial post about the closing.
Katie ‘Hulett’ Smith agreed, writing: “I’m blissful to know it wasn’t just me who has had terrible practice at the Coney Island Wahlburgers. It’s such a shame too given when finished well, like the Las Vegas location, the food and drinks can be SO good.”
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Others chalked the closure up to its strand plcae given Coney Island draws copiousness of crowds during summer months, but can be a spook city in winter. It’s also competing with other area favorites.
“Maybe the plcae isn’t right,” Marilyn Parisi wrote. “It’s some-more of a anniversary area and Nathan’s [is] right opposite the street.”
The Coney Island outpost of Wahlburgers — a sequence famous for indulgences like The Melt, a patty served between thick-cut bread and surfaced with “government” cheese, bacon, caramelized onions, housemade pickes and mustard salsa — non-stop in August, 2015.
New Yorkers still longing a ambience can stop in one of two other internal locations on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and Port Jefferson Station on Long Island.