Grass-fed angus beef, aged cheddar, bacon, bread and butter pickles, special sauce, challah bun and hand-cut fries. Photo courtesy of David Burke Kitchen
This burger comes with pepper jack cheese, avocado, crunchy red onions, Russian dressing and french fries. Photo courtesy of Mercer Kitchen
Grass-fed short rib and brisket, fontina, seared tomato, caramelized onion, brioche bun and home fries. Photo courtesy of La Pecora Bianca
Short rib and brisket, agrodolce onions, pancetta, crescenza or mozzarella cheese and hand-cut fries. Photo courtesy of Felice 83
Harissa-grilled lamb burger, eggplant, saganaki (fried cheese) and polenta fries. Photo courtesy of Boulud Sud
This burger comes with Gruyère cheese, bourbon caramelized onions, thick-cut bacon, chipotle aioli, brioche bun and french fries. Photo courtesy of Bull & Bear Prime Steakhouse
This burger comes with bacon marmalade, roasted mushrooms, aged Gruyère cheese and pommes frites. Photo courtesy of Cherche Midi
This burger comes with Cabot sharp cheddar, shallots, challah bun and house-cut fries. Photo courtesy of The Lambs Club
Kangaroo burger, tomato jam, arugula, pickled onion and triple-fried chips (french fries). Photo courtesy of Burke & Wills
Beef burger with English cheddar and bacon on a housemade bun. Photo courtesy of The Breslin Bar & Dining Room
Signature beef blend with special sauce on a challah bun. Photo courtesy of Rowland’s Bar & Grill
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