7 Best Burgers and pizza in New York City


1.Cali’flour Foods’ cauliflower pizza

Califlour Foods provides healthy foods with a variety of foods on the menu to customers. Califlour Foods is a good way to protect your health. They have a niche market in the low carb, gluten-free realm, which is arguably already a niche of its own accord.

  • FRESH cauliflower
  • Low Carb
  • High in protein
  • Naturally gluten-free!

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2.The “Original db Burger” at db Bistro Moderne

The Bacon Cheeseburger on The Little Owl’s lunch menu is loaded with a juicy short rib and brisket, aged cheddar, maple-cured bacon, and a half-sour pickle from Guss’ Pickles, all stacked on a house-made bun that soaks in all the flavors

  • A juicy short rib and brisket
  • Aged cheddar
  • Maple-cured bacon
  • A half-sour pickle
  • The bacon was salty and tasty
  • The bun was soft and sweet

3.“The Cadillac” Burger at PJ Clarke’s

Named by Nat King Cole himself, this burger with double-smoked country bacon, onion, American cheese, and buttered pickles is a classic. PJ Clarke’s has been around since 1884, and over the years, the menu has been updated, but the modern version of what Cole ate in 1958 still remains one of the city’s best burgers.

  • Double-smoked country bacon
  • Onion
  • American cheese
  • Buttered pickles

4.The “Emmy Burger” at Emily

One look at this juicy burger from Emily and you’ll be saying, “I’ll have that!” It’s dry-aged beef with warm cheddar cheese, onion, the special “Emmy sauce” — basically the best buffalo sauce ever — all served on a hot pretzel bun. Yum.

  • Dry-aged beef
  • Warm cheddar cheese
  • Onion
  • The special

5.The “Black Label Burger” at Minetta Tavern


Minetta Tavern has two different burgers on their menu: the Minetta Burger and the Black Label Burger. They’re both topped with caramelized onions, but the prime dry-aged beef cuts on the Black

  • It’s the dry-aged ribeye that really gives this burger its flavor punch.
  • Through the dry-aging process, water within the beef evaporates and its connective tissue breaks down. This tenderizes the steak and gives it a concentrated, intensified beefy flavor.

6.The “Black Iron” at Black Iron Burger

The Black Iron from Black Iron Burger has a kick that’ll leave your tastebuds wanting more. The burger is made of all-natural, lifetime antibiotic-, steroid- and hormone-free beef that’s covered in a double horseradish cheddar. Piled on top are caramelized onions and their special horseradish mayo.

  • All- natural beef, Manchego cheese, Iberico ham, organic fried egg, arugula, tumaca (garlic, tomato, olive oil)
  • OUR TURKEY BURGER WILL FIT YOUR HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

7. The “Kobe Burger” at Harry’s

The Gotham Burger Social Club gave Harry’s Kobe Burger their seal of approval, and you will too after you taste the bacon marmalade and melted Gruyere cheese that smothers the Kobe beef. To really give your taste buds the works, order the tempura onion rings and the French fries. You’ll be full when it’s all over, but also completely satisfied!

  • The bacon marmalade
  • Gruyere cheese
  • Kobe beef
  • Tempura onion
  • The French fries.

The Gotham Burger Social Club gave Harry’s Kobe Burger their seal of approval, and you will too after you taste the bacon marmalade and melted Gruyere cheese that smothers the Kobe beef. To really give your taste buds the works, order the tempura onion rings and the French fries. You’ll be full when it’s all over, but also completely satisfied!

How to Make Bugger

Step 1
In a bowl, mix ground beef, egg, onion, bread crumbs, Worcestershire, garlic, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1/4 teaspoon pepper until well blended. Divide mixture into four equal portions and shape each into a patty about 4 inches wide.

Step 2
Lay burgers on an oiled barbecue grill over a solid bed of hot coals or high heat on a gas grill (you can hold your hand at grill level only 2 to 3 seconds); close lid on the gas grill. Cook burgers, turning once, until browned on both sides and no longer pink inside (cut to test), 7 to 8 minutes total. Remove from grill.

Step 3
Lay buns, cut side down, on the grill and cook until lightly toasted, 30 seconds to 1 minute.

Step 4
Spread mayonnaise and ketchup on bun bottoms. Add lettuce, tomato, burger, onion, and salt and pepper to taste. Set bun tops in place.

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