There are two Sixth Avenue-exclusive burgers.
With waiter service and a cocktail menu, no less.
They cost nearly $10.
Here’s how they stack up.
But how will it fare in New York’s competitive burger climate?
Otherwise it's dinner only at the Lower Haight dude-food spot.
Burgers portioned for mere mortals, house-ground beef blends, and a move away from brioche buns were just a few of the things we noticed.
More than 20 of the city's top burger flippers and chefs are on board for the cook off.
A different food truck will appear there each weekday.
Unless these guys are planning a colossal cookout, they're going to have a tough time unloading the purloined patties.
The Denver-based company is on an aggressive growth track.
The West Coast export will be the latest burger chain to crash the city's raging all-beef-blowout.
The upscale wine and burgers bar is bringing its game to a crowded hamburger field.
Bauer gives Robin Song's burger a stamp of approval.
It's in the shape of a hot dog, you see.
He'll only say that, like the pop-up at Bruno's, it will be within another business.
Plus: Peanut Butter BBQ Ribs and sixteen beers on tap.
One black-and-white milkshake, please.