New York City staat bekend om The Empire State Building, The Twin Towers, het vrijheidsbeeld, Broadway, Wallstreet en Madison Square Garden. Ook staat het bekend om zijn eten en dan vooral de grote en lekkere hamburgers. Er zijn zoveel gerechten, manieren van voorbereiden, sauzen, soorten vlees en andere ingrediënten.
Top 100 beste hamburgers van New York City
#100 = Old Town | The Mayor’s Choice was good enough for us.
#99 = Motherburger | Nacho Burgers and Buffalo Burgers good enough to get us talking.
#98 = Sweet Afton | You must show this Queens spot some love.
#97 = Blue Ribbon Bakery | A little dry, but certainly a respectable burger.
#96 = American Retro | Helping me ring in my 30th birthday with a serviceable burger.
#95 = Chelsea Grill | A great burger, but you must be very specific when ordering.
#94 = Edi & the Wolf | Another respectable burger, but you’ll leave a mess of grease.
#93 = Ottomanelli | The one on the Upper East Side. Good burger, but cold cheese.
#92 = Tavern on Jane | Potential for greatness, but inconsistent.
#91 = Uncle Gussy’s | Serving up mobile burgers between delicious pitas.
#90 = Blue 9 Burger | Perfectly acceptable fast food burger.
#89 = Frites ‘n’ Meats | Another excellent NYC food truck burger option.
#88 = two8two Burger | Even with a so so bun, it’s the best burger in Boerum Hill.
#87 = Island Burgers & Shakes | So much variety!
#86 = Flip | Tucked inside Bloomingdale’s lies garlic aioli that will melt your face.
#85 = Dram Shop | Possibly the best in Park Slope and a great place to watch a game.
#84 = Black Shack | A contender for best fast casual burger in NYC.
#83 = Ditch Plains | Marc Murphy’s second best burger.
#82 = Rosette | So well-seasoned, just a little bit cool in temperature.
#81 = Resto | Burgers aren’t cooked to order, but they’re well done, done well.
#80 = Amsterdam Burger Co. | The best kosher burger you could hope for. + Beef Bacon
#79 = Bonnie’s Grill | Brooklyn burgers cooked in true roadside diner fashion.
#78 = Harlem Public | Unbelievable Parmesan-encrusted burger, among other innovative insanity.
#77 = Black Market | Dark, romantic spot. Great burger.
#76 = The Heights | You REALLY want to go uptown for the Baller Burger Challenge.
#75 = BurgerFi | Branded, tasty, gooey and fun.
#74 = Brooklyn Diner | Come hungry or leave uncomfortable
#73 = Beauty & Essex | Fancy spot, fancy and tasty burger.
#72 = 67 Burger | The patty is solid, but the toppings are off the chain.
#71 = Piper’s Kilt | The only thing that could get us to the Bronx is a great burger.
#70 = A.O.C. | A surprisingly great burger in this West Village French joint.
#69 = DBGB | The tastiest 3-way ever.
#68 = Duffy’s | A burger is the only thing that could make us go to Staten Island.
#67 = Eats on Lex | Tries very hard to live up to its Time Out New York status.
#66 = Donovan’s Pub | Very authentic, Irish pub burger.
#65 = Alfie’s | Fantastic burger, and good lookin’ too.
#64 = Whitmans | My first ever peanut butter and bacon burger. ‘Nuff said.
#63 = db Bistro Moderne | The fanciest burger you’ll ever eat, probably.
#62 = Sidewalk Cafe | Beef, ham, avocado, egg. It all comes together.
#61 = Nice Matin | The 5 Napkin Proto-Burger brings the goods.
#60 = BLT Burger | So much variety, so much flavor.
#59 = Saxon + Parole | The only horses here are in the name of the restaurant.
#58 = Stand (CLOSED) | Another great burger place taken from us too soon.
#57 = Professor Thom’s | Channeling a burger from Michigan? You’ve got our vote!
#56 = E & E Grillhouse | Your best bet for an after-Broadway show burger.
#55 = Company Bar & Grill | Great burger and some of the best BBQ sauce in NYC.
#54 = Joy Burger Bar | Fast casual operating on another level.
#53 = Corner Bistro | Worth the wait in line, mostly because you’ll get drunk in it.
#52 = The General Greene | At its best, a STELLAR burger.
#51 = The East Pole | Serving up the Fat Radish Burger better than the Fat Radish does.
#50 = P.S. Burgers | You can go with barbecue and cheddar, or you can go with plantains. But you can’t go wrong.
#49 = The Smith | So messy, so worth it.
#48 = Kingswood | A burger prepared with the ultimate care.
#47 = Bareburger | ELK! BOAR! SLIDERS! BISON! So good.
#46 = Genesis | Our first Burger Weekly burger still rules.
#45 = Paul’s Da Burger Joint | Great burgers and sage wisdom.
#44 = Blue Smoke | Satisfied 100 Burgermeisters.
#43 = Kefi | Finally reopened and serving amazing burgers with a Greek twist.
#42 = Bill’s Bar & Burger | Better with every bite.
#41 = The Bar Room | After only two bites, I knew I was a Bar Room guy.
#40 = Landmarc | Marc Murphy’s burger masterpiece.
#39 = The Redhead | Burger or fried chicken… both are fantastic here.
#38 = DuMont | Every burger here bends minds.
#37 = Westville | Portuguese muffins make the burger incredible and memorable.
#36 = Go Burger | The Ultimelt is one of the most memorable burgers ever.
#35 = Vintry | Still the best burger downtown, hands down.
#34 = Lure Fishbar | We helped to #SaveLureFishbar and now it’s serving Bash Burgers for all!
#33 = Red Rooster | Dining al fresco, this burger totally knocked me off my feet.
#32 = Little Prince | My first (of many) French Onion Burgers. A good start for a great trend.
#31 = Hudson Common | Killer burgers and beer.
#30 = Bo’s Kitchen & Bar Room | Only available Mondays, but a wonderful burger with a unique and rich bun.
#29 = Telepan | The burger is good, but this earns its spot with the patty melt.
#28 = Peter Luger Steakhouse | It’s all about the bacon on this bad boy.
#27 = ABC Kitchen | The burger that inspired this blog holds up. Akaushi all the way.
#26 = Korzo Haus | Fried burgers. Do we need to say more?
#25 = Munchie Mobile | A true standard in food truck burgers.
#24 = Breakroom Burgers & Tacos | Chinatown gets no burger attention, Breakroom should change that immediately.
#23 = Idle Hands | Nobody has a mind for burgers like the braintrust behind Idle Hands. Their love shows in every hamburger.
#22 = Genuine Roadside | A great burger tops off an amazing project in the Gotham West Market.
#21 = P.J. Clarke’s | The Cadillac of burgers lives up to its name.
#20 = Ai Fiori | Should have been the winner of all prizes at the 2013 Blue Moon Burger Bash.
#19 = BFB Highline | Getting attention for their Heisenburger, but it’s the Kramer that takes the cake here.
#18 = Egg | A damn fine burger that took me entirely too long to try.
#17 = Roebling Tea Room | Williamsburg is filled with great burgers, and this is the leader of the pack.
#16 = Minetta Tavern | Given the quality of the beef, the price tag isn’t a problem.
#15 = Queens Comfort | I honestly think the guys at Queens Comfort incepted my dreams and made a restaurant out of them.
#14 = Umami Burger | Doing the truffle burger without the smugness and overuse of some of its fancier compatriots in the burger game.
#13 = The Ainsworth | Their new burger menu will leave you with a full belly and a new worldview on macaroni & cheese.
#12 = Brindle Room | A perfectly grilled patty.
#11 = Schnipper’s Quality Kitchen | The best fast casual burgers in New York.
#10 = 5 Napkin Burger | Burger Weekly is all about 5 Napkin Burger, host of the #5NDreamBurger Challenge.
#9 = Ox Cart Tavern | Is it in the middle of nowhere Brooklyn? Yes. Will you want to travel back after you’ve tried it? Absolutely.
#8 = Fritzl’s Lunch Box | Take the train to Bushwick and learn to love this burger forever.
#7 = Barley & Grain | Wagyu beef, barbecue pulled pork, and whiskey. What are you waiting for?
#6 = Burger & Barrel | Amazing flavor, variety, and quality. Almost unbeatable.
#5 = Commerce | The best bun you’ll ever eat on a hamburger.
#4 = The Luncheonette (CLOSED) | It’s a crime that this burger joint is gone, but you will soon be able to get Chef Zurica’s mind melting burgers at Hard Time Sundaes.
#3 = The Strand Smokehouse | A Texas-sized brunch burger with universal taste appeal.
#2 = Black Iron Burger | The most perfectly seasoned patties we’ve ever had.
#1 = The Odeon | Plan your pilgrimage now, this is the best burger in New York.