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Easey’s

Andrew Morley

Burgers

Making Tracks

26th March 2016

Episode: 24

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If you want a food experience with a twist – make tracks to Easey’s in Collingwood. Atop the five-story building are three old train carriages, so you couldn’t miss this place if you tried. The trains aren’t just for decoration because you’ll be eating in them too! In Zone 2 you’ll find artistic graffiti clad walls, a menu displayed as train times and the best burgers in town. Why not try the Melbourne Madness burger with double beef patty, triple American cheddar, bacon, potato cake, dim sim, jalepenos, pickles, onions, ketchup & mustard or the Changaz Sanga (Chicken sandwich) Easey’s fried chicken, bacon, American cheddar, lettuce & mayo.

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Easey’s

48 Easey St, Collingwood 3066

Ph: 9079 5942

Sun – Thurs – 9am-10pm (Bar open until 11)
Fri & Sat – 9am – 11pm (Bar open until 1am)
Cafe/Bar – Open 9am Every Day

Burgers from $10

www.easeys.com.au

Prices correct as at 26/03/16

2016, Andrew Morley, Burgers, EatingOut, Ep 24, March, Trains

Suburb Collingwood
Address 48 Easey St
City Collingwood
Postcode 3066
Phone 9079 5942
Price Burgers from $10
Website www.easeys.com.au
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