Photo: The Standard Grill
The Standard Grill in the Meatpacking District is offering its limited time only Double Onion Smash Burger in honor of National Burger Day (8/25). It is topped with Cooper Sharp American Cheese and pickles on a Big Marty’s Roll with a side of fries. An ice-cold beer is optional.
Black Tap (Multiple NYC Locations) is known for its All-American Burger made with prime beef, American cheese kosher pickles and special sauce. The Greg Norman is its premium burger featuring Wagyu beef, blue cheese, arugula and house buttermilk-dill.
Smashed (Manhattan and Brooklyn Locations) is known for its classic smashed burger in single, double and triple patties with a bacon add-on. The burgers come with American cheese, griddled onions, raw onions, pickles, and smash sauce on a potato roll.
Gotham Burger Social Club recently popped up at Wallensky’s Grill and had a line around the block for its popular smash burgers. It is best to visit them on their Instagram to see where they will be popping up next.
7th Street Burger (Multiple Locations) is the place to hit when you are hankering a cheeseburger, double cheeseburger or Impossible. All arrive with grilled onions, American cheese, pickles and house sauce. They just added a new location on the Upper East Side.
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The Grid at Great Jones Distilling Co. is offering a special $29 pairing for National Burger Day: The Foie Gras Burger, a dry-aged burger with seared foie Gras and a Great Jones Four Grain tomato reduction; and No-Name Sour with Coconut-Washed Rye, American Fruit Strawberry Liqueur, Allspice, Lemon & Egg White.
Shake Shack (36 NYC Locations) doesn’t disappoint as it continues to expand, recently taking over The Cube in the Meatpacking District. Its newest burger is the Bourbon Bacon Cheddar Burger topped with bourbon bacon jam and ShackSauce.
Burger Joint located inside a Midtown hotel remains a popular burger spot for its no-frills hamburgers, cheeseburgers (as well as doubles) with “the works.” Add-ons include spicy slaw and Mr. Bing Chili Crisp, a spread inspired by Chinese street foods.
Paul’s Da Burger Joint in NoHo is known for its giant burgers and kitschy setting. The specialty is the Eastsider Burger, a bacon cheeseburger with ham, mushrooms, tomatoes and onions, as well as the Saint Marks Burger with mushrooms and fried onions.
Minetta Tavern has gained a reputation for its Minetta Burger with cheddar caramelized onions and pommes frites. If you want to break the bank, the Black Label Burger ($38), made with prime-dry-aged beef, is for you.
Lucky’s Famous Burgers, with two locations in Manhattan, offers a build-your-own-patty with choice of Angus beef, crispy chicken, Impossible, artichoke, among others. You can also pick from six different sauces and cheeses. Top it off with a fried egg.