America's Best Burgers

Some are in greasy spoons, others in luxe hotels—and some aren't even listed on the menu. But these burgers are all worth the trip.

Sebastian’s Steakhouse Burger, Brindle Room, NYC

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In a city where the most acclaimed burgers—such as the Black Label at Minetta Tavern, or the DB Burger at DB Bistro Moderne—hover around $30, it’s refreshing to find a worthy competitor for $12. At the East Village’s Brindle Room, this dry-aged burger, featuring deckle (a fatty cut of rib eye) and cooked in a cast-iron skillet, comes with caramelized onions, cheese, and pickles, as well as a side of fries. The only catch: you can get it only at lunch.

America's Best Burgers

Sebastian’s Steakhouse Burger, Brindle Room, NYC

In a city where the most acclaimed burgers—such as the Black Label at Minetta Tavern, or the DB Burger at DB Bistro Moderne—hover around $30, it’s refreshing to find a worthy competitor for $12. At the East Village’s Brindle Room, this dry-aged burger, featuring deckle (a fatty cut of rib eye) and cooked in a cast-iron skillet, comes with caramelized onions, cheese, and pickles, as well as a side of fries. The only catch: you can get it only at lunch.

Paul Wagtauicz
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