New York City Has The Best Burger Menu For The Hottest, Juiciest, Tenderest Burgers In The US
There is a reason why we celebrate burger day in the US. Hamburgers are not only a staple of the American menu, (the unofficial national dish) but they also represent a significant cultural symbol, and a part of our identity that tastes oh so good during summertime. While the origins of the meat sandwich are less clear, New York is highly regarded as one of the Best Cities for Burger Lovers. It should come as no surprise that New York City is recognized as a hamburger town, as we love to eat them, whether extravagant or budget-friendly, and have been known to wait in line, even when we hate having to wait for anything, especially for food. Many of the best burgers listed in news outlets in the US are from New York City, and the Big Apple is also positioned at the top for most Google searches for burger-related fare. Although National Burger Day comes once a year, there is no reason why you shouldn’t celebrate the occasion sampling the city’s burger joints. After all, New York City offers the best burger menu options for meat lovers, vegans and everyone in between.
The Standard Burger at The Standard Grill
This fancy burger from The Standard Grill is topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, bacon, American cheese, with special sauce on a sesame seed bun. Nestled in one of our favorite New York City neighborhoods, The Standard Grill situated in the Meatpacking District celebrates the flavors and traditions of old New York with a contemporary edge. Stop here after a stroll on the High Line or after your visit at The Whitney Museum and enjoy a classy burger with fries and a smooth cocktail.
Fussy Hussy at Slutty Vegan
A plant based patty loaded with pickles, vegan cheese, caramelized onions, lettuce, tomato, and a signature sauce on a vegan Hawaiian bun. Slutty Vegan is an Atlanta-based burger joint that offers 100% vegan comfort food. They have expanded North to two locations in New York City serving plant based burger options. In addition, the brand’s “Big Ol’ Slut” food truck tours the country popping up in neighborhoods so be on the lookout.