The signature "Cadillac Burger"—nicknamed by Nat King Cole in the '50s because he thought it was the Cadillac of…well, you get the idea—is everything you want in an old-school, unfussy bar burger. Read more
The no-frills cheeseburger features six ounces of seared ground chuck and raw onion on a white bun, customizable with cheese and add-ons such as avocado, butcher’schili and béarnaise sauce. (RC) Read more
P.J. Clarke’s is a historic NYC saloon that opened in 1884. It is named for one of its former owners, an Irish immigrant named Patrick J. Clarke (not the original owner). More site history via<LINK> Read more
Since 1884 this venerable New York institution with its colorful history has entertained the famous, the infamous and everyone else who appreciate the ambiance & food of a real saloon. “The Cadillac of Burgers” tastes as good as ever, especially paired with your favorite pint.