Highlights From New York City’s Burger Week Slideshow
The Burger Bistro: The Donut Burger
The Burger Bistro, with two locations in Brooklyn, offered a beef burger topped with bacon, fried egg, and American cheese served on a glazed donut.
House of Brews: Brews Bronx Burger
House of Brews served a grilled 8-ounce all-beef burger mixed with Bronx Pale Ale, topped with homemade BBQ onions and ale-infused mustard mayo, and served on a toasted pretzel roll.
David Burke: Juicy Turkey Burkey
David Burke served a turkey burger that was stuffed with portobello mushrooms and Swiss cheese.
Mikey's Burgers: The Mikey's Double Down Burger
Mikey's Burgers topped two patties with corned beef and grilled onions, with bacon and Cheddar cheese sandwiched between the patties. It was certainly a handful!
Sidewalk Café: Nutty Hawaiian
Sidewalk Café went a bit overboard, but still managed to keep it balanced: eight ounces of a sirloin blend ground on-site, topped with pineapple, peanut butter, bacon, American cheese, sautéed onions, tomato and Peruvian huancaina sauce.
Big Daddy’s: Popeye Burger
Big Daddy’s served a beef burger topped with spinach artichoke dip and melted Cheddar.
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille: Bayou Burger
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille added something to their burger that might actually be a first: frog leg confit, with melted Irish Cheddar, black mushrooms, and house-made cilantro ginger ketchup.
Lucky’s Famous Burgers: Lucky Chelsea
Lucky's topped their veggie burger with melted jalapeño-Jack cheese, grilled shiitake mushrooms, grilled onions, and Lucky's Famous Sauce on a whole-wheat bun.
Duke’s: Mexicana Burger
Duke's topped their beef burger with bacon, avocado, scallion, salsa, shredded lettuce, and chipotle sour cream.
Paul’s Da Burger Joint: Maui Wowie
The East Village's Paul's topped their signature burger with a beef patty, Boar’s Head ham, and Dole pineapple.
Black Shack: A Burger Joint: B3LT Burger
Black Shack played it classic, with great results: two burger patties, bacon, American cheese, mayo, lettuce, tomato, and pickles.