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DINING OUT Newt's

DINING OUT Newt's

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216 First Ave. S.W.

Rochester

289-0577

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It's all about the burgers at Newt's, which has taken first place for best hamburger in Rochester Magazine's readers' poll for the past three years. Options include the Marvin's Burger, which has a secret blend of seasonings, cheddar cheese, hardwood smoked hickory bacon, lettuce, tomato, red onion, and bleu cheese; the Dave's Burger, business restaurantp cutline;

216 First Ave. S.W.

Rochester

289-0577

It's all about the burgers at Newt's, which has taken first place for best hamburger in Rochester Magazine's readers' poll for the past three years. Options include the Marvin's Burger, which has a secret blend of seasonings, cheddar cheese, hardwood smoked hickory bacon, lettuce, tomato, red onion, and bleu cheese; the Dave's Burger, which has chopped jalapeños; and garlic sweet and spicy smoked barbecue sauce and pepper cheese; and the Jucy Lucy, a burger filled with melted American cheese.

Hours

4 p.m. to 11 p.m., Monday-Saturday, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday.

Value

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Burgers fall mainly in the $6-$7.50 range, sandwiches cost between $7 and $8, and appetizers fall mainly in the $6.50 to $12 range.

Atmosphere

A cozy and intimate bar and restaurant with a variety of seating options.

Worth noting

Import and microbrew beers available in addition to wine by the glass.

No reservations taken.

Newt's is owned by Creative Cuisine Company, which also operates City Cafe, the Broadstreet Cafe, and City Market. More information is available at www.newtsbar.com.

--Matt Russell

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Photo by Christina Paolucci

Dining Out is a weekly look at an area restaurant. If you have comments or tips, call Lifestyle Editor Jan McFarland at 285-7624 or send e-mail to lifestyle@postbulletin.com.

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