burger joints
Black Iron Burger is one of burger joints.

1. Black Iron Burger

8.5
540 E 5th St (Btwn Ave A & Ave B), New York, NY
Burger Joint · Alphabet City · 124 tips and reviews

ThrillistThrillist: Try the double patty/horseradish/cheddar/onions meatstrosity called the Iron Horse -- but don't make a habit of it, or you'll never be able to shake your caboose. Read more.

B & B Winepub (Burger & Barrel) is one of burger joints.

2. B & B Winepub (Burger & Barrel)

8.7
25 W Houston St (at Mercer St), New York, NY
Burger Joint · SoHo · 275 tips and reviews

ThrillistThrillist: Try the burger topped with everything from poblano/red onion relish/queso fresco to American cheese/bacon jam/caramelized onion. Read more.

The Brindle Room is one of burger joints.

3. The Brindle Room

8.5
277 E 10th St (btwn 1st Ave & Avenue A), New York, NY
American Restaurant · East Village · 177 tips and reviews

ThrillistThrillist: Brindle's cast-iron-charred patty sits on a white bread roll, and is smothered with cheese and caramelized onions. Read more.

Petey's Burger is one of burger joints.

4. Petey's Burger

7.7
30-17 30th Ave (at 31st St.), Astoria, NY
Burger Joint · Astoria · 83 tips and reviews

Time Out New YorkTime Out New York: The addictive “double cheese”—a squishy toasted bun sandwiching 2 juicy patties cloaked in melted American cheese with onion, lettuce & tomato—is a gloriously greasy retort to Golden State smugness. Read more.

The Commodore is one of burger joints.

5. The Commodore

9.0
366 Metropolitan Ave (at Havemeyer St), Brooklyn, NY
American Restaurant · Williamsburg · 291 tips and reviews

Time Out New YorkTime Out New York: 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.

Whitmans is one of burger joints.

6. Whitmans

8.9
406 E 9th St (btwn 1st Ave & Avenue A), New York, NY
Burger Joint · East Village · 217 tips and reviews

Time Out New YorkTime Out New York: 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.