On the corner of Mac Dougal, the spot is just as solid as the uptown original.
On the fancier end of the burger spectrum, this one sets the gold standard with its juicy, funky dry-aged patty, caramelized onions, and pretty-much-worth-it $33 price tag.
Served in an old-school West Village spot with checker-tiled floors and a seemingly endless parade of buttoned-up waiters, the ambiance is as classic as the burger.
And yet, against all odds, the city has so far failed to chew you up or spit you out -- meaning you still have time to try the best of our Harlem bodegas, storied West Village dinner spots, buzzy Brooklyn joints and questionable food carts. Renowned for its hefty cuts of tasty, local meat, this place is trading in the best of the best -- like the beer-and-apple-braised pork shoulder with roasted mashed potatoes.
The long lines at this storied Midwood joint are as legendary as the man behind the wood-fired pies.
The skewered, charred grilled corn on the cob is served steaming hot and topped with lime, queso cotija, chili powder, and house spicy mayo.