Burgerology to leave Patchogue after not renewing lease


Burgerology is leaving Patchogue.

The family-owned company announced it closed its Patchogue location via Instagram on Monday afternoon.

The post reads, “After four years at our Patchogue location, we have decided not to renew our lease. We sincerely thank everyone for your loyalty and patronage.”

In 2020, Burgerology took over the former Sneaky Pete’s spot behind Stereo Garden at 11 Railroad Ave.

Burgerology, known for its craft burgers and extravagant milkshakes, actively engaged with the Patchogue community, notably hosting its highly popular beer festival, which attracted hundreds to the area.

The ownership team previously explained to Greater Long Island that the atmosphere of the Patchogue site didn’t align with their brand. “We want people to be kicking back and relaxing without the intensity of the nightclub experience,” Burgerology owner Eddie Galatoulas told GLI.

Despite this closure, Burgerology will continue to operate its other local locations in Stony Brook, Farmingdale, Huntington, Massapequa, Rockville Centre, UBS Arena and its two NYC locations in Astoria, Queens and Midtown, Manhattan.

The Galatoulas family initially opened their Rockville Centre Burgerology in 2017, growing from there. To learn more about their story, click below.

Stay tuned to for updates on the future of the Patchogue location.

Top: Inside the Burgerology location in Patchogue during its annual Patchogue Beer Festival. (GLI Photo/Andrew Theodorakis)

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