Here, gooey pimento cheese gives a Southern twang to the Minneapolis-style Juicy Lucy—a burger variant cooked with cheese inside the patty rather than on top. It's a burger worth fantasizing about. Read more.
Hamburger America filmaker George Motz has called this counter joint one of his favorite NYC newcomers. The star-butcher blend here—a 4oz mix of chuck, brisket & short rib—is a legitimate draw. Read more.
Don’t be seduced by the fish-shack persona of this West Village eatery—the landlubbing Choptank Burger is the real draw here. Read more.
Beef is the star of the show in the steak house burger. The thick patty is seasoned liberally & pan-seared for a sturdy crust, gushing with funky flavor that pools up in the loosely packed interior. Read more.
Try the fantastic steakhouse-style cheeseburger, built with tangy dry-aged cuts of grass-fed Piedmontese beef, available in the dining room or as a takeaway item from the downstairs lunch counter. Read more.
You'll need a nap after the Breslin Burger, a griddled LaFrieda patty covered with a blanket of assertive, mature English cheddar & topped off with supple slabs of house-cured Berkshire pork belly. Read more.
This nautical dive has some of the city’s best bar food, including a knockout cheeseburger with mayo and sliced half-sour pickles tucked beneath an amply salted LaFrieda patty. Read more.
Try the exceptional Black Angus burger, ground daily, with a satisfying crust from the grill that gives way to a gorgeously pink interior that coats the mouth like steak tartare. Read more.
Try the Bash Style burger, Chef Josh Capon’s NYC Food & Wine Festival award-winning creation—garnished with caramelized-onion-and-bacon jam, American cheese and shaved pickles. Read more.