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Four Great New York Hotel Burgers

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The culinary options throughout New York City are as bountiful and diverse as you'll find anywhere in the world. An abundance of iconic restaurants overseen by high profile chefs make New York City a dining mecca. Here, you'll find anything your palate desires, including many innovative dishes that dare to challenge traditional cuisine. However, standing tall amid the cuttlefish, sweetbreads, and dumplings is the tried and true hamburger. Not just your everyday, bland beef patty, but gourmet burgers skillfully created at some of the city's finest hotels. This is, ultimately, where patties rule supreme.

Gaby Brasserie Francaise, Sofitel Hotel
The Franburger is served at Gaby Brasserie Francaise, the outstanding brasserie and bar at the Sofitel New York Hotel. Gaby is the place to be seen, and the place to enjoy French food. The Franburger was created by executive chef Sylvain Harribey — a winner on Food Network’s Chopped. The Franburger is an Angus burger topped with melted Brie, tomato, and romaine lettuce, served on a crispy sourdough baguette with a side of caramelized onions and piment d’Espelette aïoli and French fries. The Brie comes from France and the baguettes are baked daily at the hotel from Parisian sourdough.

The Mark Restaurant by Chef Jean-Georges, the Mark Hotel
Located on the Upper East Side, the Mark Hotel offers some amazing burgers at the Mark Restaurant by chef Jean-Georges. These include the grilled tuna burger with shiso and yuzu pickles, the famous Mark Cheeseburger with Brie and black truffle dressing, and an avocado ranch cheeseburger with pepper jack cheese, avocado, crispy onions, and Russian dressing. Delicious sides include sautéed spinach, green and yellow beans with olive oil and sea salt, sautéed kale, and maitake mushrooms with sesame and lime.

Burger Joint, Le Parker Meridien
Once upon a recent time, there were murmurs at Le Parker Meridien..."Don't you wish that when you were staying at a swank hotel you could go downstairs and just get a good burger, fries, and a beer?" No fuss, no hoopla. Just a mouth-watering, down-home burger, grilled by request — with mustard, mayo, ketchup, pickles, lettuce, tomato, and onions. Well, Le Parker Meridien created a little roadside stand, a country-feeling joint, maybe the perfect burger spot of your dreams. There are plain old wood walls, banquettes, and space to pull up a bar stool if you’d like. Add 50 cents for a cheeseburger. Fries are addictive at $3.50.

Triomphe, Iroquois Hotel
Triomphe is an intimate French-American restaurant nestled inside the historic Iroquois Hotel in Manhattan’s Theater District. A staple on the New York food scene, Triomphe is now led by Swiss-born executive chef Florian Wehrli. The unpretentious and intimate ambience of Triomphe allows guests to truly enjoy their dining experience with delectable yet mindful local dishes like the hand-formed Meyer burger with green peppercorn sauce and garlic whipped potatoes. The burger is garnished with herbs and spices from the roof garden atop the hotel. Diners can add their choice of Cheddar, Roquefort, Gruyère, or seared Hudson Valley foie gras.

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Flip Burger – Atlanta, GA

We’d trust Richard Blais to cook us up just about anything, and among his glorious plethora of burgers at Flip Burger, is one that shines just a tad brighter than the rest. The Raw Steak Tartare is obviously a bit different from your everyday hamburger, but the fried egg and smoky mayo just make it incredible. Like a steak tartare appetizer on a bun.
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Druthers Brewing, Albany (Capital-Saratoga)

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Housed in an Albany warehouse dating back to 1901, Druthers offers not two, not three, but eight burger options ranging from the classic 𠇍ruthers Burger” to the 𠇌hicken Parm Burger,” a mash-up we can definitely get behind. The burgers and beer have fueled Druthers&apos expansion to Saratoga and Schenectady, where the brewpub features an outdoor beer garden overlooking the Mohawk Harbor waterfront. 

33 Unique, Homemade Burger Recipes to Cook on Repeat

Classic hamburger recipes, plus a few new kids on the block.

While we have nothing against the classic burger-and-bun combo, there are too many genius burger recipes out there to always stick to something so simple. Our homemade hamburger recipes will arm you with flavor-packed meals to add to your family dinner ideas, tasty meatless burgers for endless vegetarian dinners and even alt-meat burgers if you happen to prefer salmon, pork or chicken in between buns. Get ready for a whole bunch of ways to enjoy this crowd-favorite comfort food!

Roasted green chiles, gooey cheddar cheese, and a brioche bun are a genius way to take your burger game to the next level.

Fresh salmon mixed with lemon, dill, and parsley offer a super light (and super satisfying!) alternative to your favorite burger recipe.

This mountainous burger incorporates our three favorite food groups: crispy bacon, melty blue cheese and caramelized onions.

The recipe makes 12, but you may want to make an extra batch of these cheesy, meat-free sliders &mdash because they'll go quick.

Your burger could use a facelift, which is where these chile sauce and horseradish-spiked patties come in. Bonus points for the pretzel bun.

Thanks to your handy-dandy food processor, salmon can be your new light and lean beef alternative. While you are at it, why not upgrade your French fries to some vitamin A-packed sweet potato fries?

These veggie burgers are hearty enough for carnivores.

There's lamb in that bun &mdash complete with coriander, curry powder, cilantro, onions and crumbled feta cheese. You're welcome.

These easy chicken burgers are topped with the works: lettuce, tomato, ketchup, mustard and crispy barbecue-flavored potato chips.

These half-veggie and half-beefy burgers get an extra dose of meatiness from mushrooms.

Move over beef and turkey &mdash salmon burgers (these are infused with curry powder!) are your new summer dinner go-to.

Incorporate all the goodness of buffalo wings &mdash juicy chicken, tangy hot sauce, blue cheese dip &mdash into a delicious burger.

Think of this as a burger 2.0: ground beef sandwiched between rye bread with melty cheese and caramelized onions.

Take your favorite patty to the next level with epic toppings like herbed bacon and your very own special sauce.

This lean, healthy burger with plenty of avocado, lime juice and sprouts pairs perfectly with some crispy sweet potato fries.

ADD A KICK: Baste the meat with Worcestershire sauce during the last 2 minutes of cooking for an extra-savory punch.

SPECIAL SAUCE: Get your swirl on: Gently fold BBQ sauce, sriracha or hoisin through mayonnaise for a tasty streaked effect.

FRIZZLED ONIONS: Slice shallots, separate into rings, then coat in flour. Fry in oil over medium heat until golden brown. Transfer to a paper towel&ndashlined plate (they'll crisp as they cool).

GLAZED BACON: Cook 8 slices bacon until crisp, then brush with 2 Tbsp thin BBQ sauce and let set for 3 minutes before piling on your burger.

THE TASTIEST MELT: Go beyond American with Pepper Jack, smoked Gouda or crumbled blue cheese.


Step 1

Using your hands, gently mix onion, beef, 1¼ tsp. salt, and ½ tsp. pepper in a medium bowl. Gently shape into four 1½”-thick patties (loosely formed patties will be more succulent).

Step 2

Heat oil in a large skillet, preferably cast iron, over medium-high heat. Season patties with salt and pepper, place in skillet, and immediately reduce heat to medium. Cook 4–6 minutes per side for medium-rare. Serve on buns with desired toppings.


Step 3

Patties can be formed 4 hours ahead. Cover and chill.

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America's Favorite Sandwiches

When a savvy 18th-century servant layered some meat between two slices of bread so that John Montagu, the hungry fourth Earl of Sandwich, wouldn't have to leave the table during an intense card game, he unsuspectingly created culinary history. Although the British population never fully sank its teeth into this novel idea--beyond developing a fondness for the delicate tea sandwich--folks on the other side of the Atlantic came to embrace the concept enthusiastically, finding endless variations on the theme. Around the time of the American Civil War, sandwiches were being served as an occasional simple supper and were sometimes packed into traveler's knapsacks. By the middle of the 20th century, the sandwich had become a major mealtime tradition and was well on its way to becoming an American food icon.

Pictured: Garnished with "the works"--lettuce, cheese, sliced tomato, sauteed onions, pickles, and ketchup--the All-American Burger is this country's quintessential meal on a bun. Dating as far back as 1884, the sandwich became immensely popular in the 1950s and has remained a well-loved icon ever since.

Today, variations on the Great American Sandwich are the most popular kinds of food in our country. The evolution of the sandwich has been enriched by our regional and cultural culinary heritage. By combining local ingredients with Old World cooking traditions, we continue to elevate and celebrate the custom and convenience of these savory, handheld meals. With a respectful nod, we gathered this sampling of unique sandwiches from all regions of the country. From the Pacific Northwest, the historic Deep South, America's Heartland, and the rocky New England coast, we have found signature sandwiches that characterize our land's abundance as well as local culinary legacies--and added our own distinct embellishments. The 11 classic sandwiches on our menu this month all reflect a morsel of history as they spotlight regional flavors and the American cook's ingenuity in the kitchen.

Pictured: Beef--in this case thin-sliced sirloin--also rules in the onion-and-pepper-smothered Philadelphia Cheese Steak, a 1930s invention.

Layered between slices of whole-grain bread, creamy avocados, fresh sprouts, and a snappy goat-cheese spread add color and character to our vegetarian Healthy Californian.

In Maine, chilled lobster salad tucked inside a toasted bun is a popular form of fast food. We've embellished the regional lobster roll by adding bacon, lettuce, and tomato.

Two on toast: Our Pilgrim Sandwich (left), sometimes called the Miles Standish, assembles the flavors we've come to associate with Thanksgiving Dinner between slices of pumpernickel bread. Watch turkey leftovers disappear when combined with Fresh Cranberry Compote and sage-flavored cream cheese. Thought to have originated in the club cars of American passenger trains, the Clubhouse Sandwich (right)--best known simply as the "Club"--stacks three tiers of toasted white bread with classic chicken salad, crisp bacon, crunchy lettuce, and juicy tomato.

30+ Best Grilled Burger Recipes for the Ultimate Barbecue Cookout

From classic recipes to mouthwatering upgrades, these recipes will satisfy.

When summer arrives there's only one way to celebrate: Break out the grill, and start cooking burgers! Whether you're grilling out with friends, family, or all by yourself, cook up some summer side dishes, brush up on your grill skills, and then cook up one of these great burger recipes. We've got everything from classic beef and cheese, to gussied up versions that'll impress the guests, to plant-based burgers, and even pork and turkey burgers. So read on!

Burger recipes

Discover our best burger recipes, with everything you'll ever need to put inside a bun, from juicy beef patties, to miso, chicken, turkey and veggie burgers.

Mexican chicken burger

Ready in under 20 minutes, this burger with spiced chipotle chicken breast, in toasted brioche with guacamole, makes for a satisfying weeknight treat for one

Turkey, courgetti & feta burgers

Turkey mince, spiralized courgette, feta and mint give these burgers a healthier profile. Serve with a peppery rocket and sweet cherry tomato salad

Lamb kebab burger

Jazz up a shop-bought lamb burger with garlic mayo, gherkins and chilli for a hot and spicy twist. Perfect for lazy summer weekends

15-minute chicken & halloumi burgers

Struggle to find dishes to cook that take very little time but the whole family will love? Look no further than these chicken and halloumi burgers

The big double cheeseburger & secret sauce

Forget the takeaway and make homemade cheeseburgers – double decker versions. With gherkins, crisp lettuce and a secret sauce, they take some beating

Nacho cheeseburger

Pile up burgers with cheese, guacamole, chipotle, salsa and nachos for a fiery and zingy twist on a cheeseburger. The nachos give added crunch

Swedish meatball burgers

Love Swedish meatballs? Here we’ve transformed them into a burger that kids will adore – choose beef or pork mince, the flavours will be the same

Green burgers

This vegetarian burger recipe can be frozen, letting you get ahead on busy days. It's craftily packed with spinach - one of the trickier veg to get into kids!

Miso burgers with mint & pomegranate slaw

If you're after some healthy vegetarian burgers look no further than these, made with chickpeas plus a delicious mint and pomegranate slaw on the side

Veggie Indian burger

Add Indian flavours to veggie burgers with raita, mango chutney, coriander and Bombay mix for a fruity and crunchy twist. They're perfect for summer dining

Prawn & salmon burgers with spicy mayo

These prawn and salmon burgers are not only fabulously tasty, they're healthy too, being rich in omega-3. Make them for the family in just 25 minutes

Bhaji burger

We've combined two of our favourite recipes to make a bhaji in a bun. Serve with mango chutney and a fluffy brioche bun

Chicken katsu curry burger

Your favourite Japanese curry in burger form: this indulgent treat is a relaxed spin on traditional flavours, with a katsu curry mayonnaise to top the panko-coated chicken patty

Beef & red pepper burgers

Pack your patties with extra vegetables - carrot and roasted pepper - to boost flavour and up your veggie intake

5-a-day burger

A burger that combines all five of your 5-a-day? It's real and really tasty! Vegetarians have never had it so good

Shake Shack

Take the escalator to Casino Floor, and then take the carpeted walking path located across from the front desk. Take this path around towards Hershey’s and pass The Chocolate Bar on your right. From here, take the hallway outside towards the Brooklyn Bridge. Once outside, go left towards Nine Fine Irishmen – walk North and Shake Shack will be on your left.

North Garage

Take the parking garage hallway towards the Big Apple Coaster and Arcade. Pass Nathans on your left and take the escalator on the left down to the Casino Level, then take the tile walking path to the left. Walk straight towards, Bar At Times Square, you will pass 48th & Crepe on your right and then pass the Sports Book on your right. Continue straight through the casino entry doors outside. Once you are outside go left and head North on the Brooklyn Bridge. Shake Shack will then be on your left.

Front Desk

If you are facing the front desk, take the tile walking path towards the Century Elevators. Continue straight and you will pass Il Fornaio to your left and Bar At Times Square to your right. Walk through the Village Street Eateries towards 48th & Crepe and passed the Sports Book. Go straight through the casino entry doors outside and go left. Walk North on the Brooklyn Bridge and Shake Shack will be on your left.

The best burgers in NYC

By Time Out contributors Posted: Friday August 21 2015

Like the Subway Series, the large-soda ban and Anthony Weiner&rsquos fitness for office, the topic of best burger in NYC can fuel furious debate among New Yorkers, fans staking out their affinity with impassioned fervor. In a diverse landscape of patty melts, double doubles, fancy chef creations and more, there&rsquos a burger out there for every diner, whether you grew up eating at a bistro in France or an In-N-Out in California. Gotham restaurants have been putting a fancy spin on the humble sandwich since the iconic &lsquo21&rsquo Club put out its duck-fat &ldquohaute&rdquo version in the 1950s (see Hamburger history for more fascinating trivia). In recent years, we&rsquove seen the meteoric ascent of Shake Shack, the weirdest burgers popping up in New York restaurants and a slew of new burgers tricked out with primo ingredients. Taste your way through our lists to decide on your favorite.

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