In search of Ny’s Best Burger
In case you got lost in translation, here’s the English version of our article about NY’s Best burger!
Most New Yorkers love to eat, and many call themselves “foodies.” In this city you can find pretty much any type of cuisine from any part of the world and for every type of palled. However there are certain dishes that have become gastronomic icons of this city. One good example of this is the Hamburger.
Restaurant critics have argued endlessly about who makes New York’s best burger and no one seems to agree on a single one. I can assure you there is now New Yorker that doesn’t have his o her favorite burger joint. You cannot consider yourself a native of this city without claiming which one is your own.
Here at INstanative we have dedicated ourselves to rounding up what we believe are the top burgers of this city!
Back Forty 190 Avenue B # 1, New York, NY – (212) 388-1990
Market Table 54 Carmine Street New York, NY 10014- (212) 255-2100
Petey’s Burger 30-17 30th Avenue, ASTORIA, NY – (718) 267-6300
Corner Bistro 331 West 4th Street, New York, NY – (212) 242-9502
Paul’s 131 2nd Avenue, New York, NY – (212) 529-3033
Burger Joint at Le Parker Meridien 119 W. 56th St. (bet. 6th & 7th Aves.) 212-708-7414
B&B 25 W. Houston St. (bet. Greene & Mercer Sts.) 212-334-7320
DuMont/DuMont Burger 314 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn; 718-384-6127
Bare Burger 33-21 31st Ave. (34th St.) 718-777-7011
Corner Bistro 331 W. Fourth St.; 212-242-9502
According to us:
The Spotted Pig
This gastro pub is perfect for after-work drinks or to unwind after a long day of exploring the city. Around 5 o’clock the bar fills up and that’s when the good stuff happens. It’s really hard to find reservations here, however if you arrive early or during lunchtime you are likely to find a seat. The burger here comes with Roquefort cheese and French fries and the bread is soft but toasty. Don’t be surprised if you become addicted!!
314 W 11th St at Greenwich St (212-620-0393). Price: $17.
There’s three types of burgers here: the “Yankee” the “Piggie” and the “Frenchie.” The three of them are delicious in their unique way and prepared with the finest meat. DBGB is the more casual Daniel Bouloud restaurant and it is considered a hybrid between a French “brasserie” and an American pub.
This tavern isn’t your typical “burger joint” but more like the New York version of a French Bistrot. Its style is very “downtown chic” which makes it a perfect place to see and be seen. Its food is very good but the hamburger is outstanding. Price $17-$26
113 MacDougal Street New York, NY 10012-1201 (212) 475-3850