Angry Bull Burger Comes to Village Whiskey


For the month of July, Iron Chef Jose Garces’ restaurant, Village Whiskey is heating things up with a mouthwatering burger, and you can thank San Fermín’s Running of the Bulls for it.

To celebrate the event, Village Whiskey will debut the Angry Bull Burger featuring aged manchego cheese, chorizo billbao, fried padron pepper, tempranillo grilled onions and smoked paprika aioli. The burger will cost $22 and that’s no bull.

Village Whiskey [Foobooz]

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  • Boo-urns

    The Running of the Bulls is not something that should be celebrated.

  • dwphilly

    I have to say, Village Whiskey is getting pretty stale, I don’t think this 22 $ burger is going to help it either.
    Local bar Royal Tavern has an awesome burger with a pickled longhot for 12 bucks. Have to say the last time I had a burger at Village, approx 2 months ago- it couldn’t even compare to Royals.

    • Dan

      They don’t even toss you a few fries. I think Garces is getting way over-priced and over-exposed. Most of his places are mediocre and people are finally starting to realize it.

      I pass by Volver everyday on my way home for work. They are hardly ever open, and when they are, there’s no one in there. They will completely re-tool that place within a year.

      • tjt

        how many high end bars are packed when you walk by after work (i can’t think of many that are, unless you leave work at a non-normal hour)? Volver is closed monday and tuesday (hence not open) and their first seating is at 6 pm. It isn’t filling up, but the reviews are generally glowing, except for national reviews which mostly use their otherwise glowing review to take a pot shot at philly’s lack of this type of high end dining.