NYC’s Newest Burgers Are What Dreams Are Made Of
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Manhattan’s newest burgers have arrived just in time for summer.

The “Knick” Burger ($21) at Charlie Palmer at The Knick

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The Knickerbocker is Midtown’s latest hotel to hit the city with a bang (have you seen their rooftop lounge?), but we’re all about the signature burger at Charlie Palmer’s outpost downstairs. From executive chef Cliff Denny: “This city is full of burgers; some are great, some are okay. We wanted to build a great burger using the best ingredients from our local meat purveyor, Prime, which is based in Port Washington. Ultimately, I want people to remember this burger, from the bun we make across the street at Aureole to our custom dry-aged blend we use in the patty (50% short rib/30% brisket/20% beef fat) to the Schaller & Weber natural hardwood double-smoked bacon.” And let’s not forget the onion jam or butter pickles.

NYC’s Newest Burgers Are What Dreams Are Made Of

The “Knick” Burger ($21) at Charlie Palmer at The Knick

The Knickerbocker is Midtown’s latest hotel to hit the city with a bang (have you seen their rooftop lounge?), but we’re all about the signature burger at Charlie Palmer’s outpost downstairs. From executive chef Cliff Denny: “This city is full of burgers; some are great, some are okay. We wanted to build a great burger using the best ingredients from our local meat purveyor, Prime, which is based in Port Washington. Ultimately, I want people to remember this burger, from the bun we make across the street at Aureole to our custom dry-aged blend we use in the patty (50% short rib/30% brisket/20% beef fat) to the Schaller & Weber natural hardwood double-smoked bacon.” And let’s not forget the onion jam or butter pickles.

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