Luke's Lobster, Sigmund Pretzel Shop, An Choi (banh mi), Melt Bakery, and tons of other delicious food to try. Saturdays 10-6. Read more.
The star of the no-frills menu here is the sizable cheeseburger ($12): Made with well-seasoned, griddled patties, the hefty sandwich oozes melted American cheese from beneath a toasted potato bun. Read more.
Most of the snacks on chef Jason Marcus’s often-changing menu are $10 or less. Snag a table on the lush back patio, & feast with the knowledge you’re filling your belly without emptying your wallet. 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.
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.
One of our favorite sandwiches of the year is the slow-cooked lamb sandwich here, made with roasted peppers, cumin-scented yogurt, and a rosemary bun. Featured in Where to Eat 2011! Read more.
Apple-cider doughnut, Nero cookie, fig bar—just a few of Karen DeMasco's treats. Must order: oatmeal cookie sandwich. 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.
Go for the standouts, which are fried or pies. Order the chicken meal ($11) with three crispy poultry pieces, a large flaky biscuit and mac-and-cheese drizzled with hot sauce. Read more.