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Taste a Piece of New Orleans Burger History At Lee's Hamburgers, Est. 1901

A Hamburger Today Eric Leath 10 comments

There are five Lee's Hamburgers scattered around the New Orleans Metropolitan area that all serve similar grilled onion-topped burgers, but they're not part of a chain. Who is Lee and why are so many places selling his burgers? More

High-Aiming Fusion Burgers and Ho-hum Patties at Double Dragon in Portland, OR

A Hamburger Today Nathan Tucker 3 comments

The toppings on at least one of this fancy banh mi joint's burgers are enough to make a purist reconsider a predilection for the simplicity of beef and bun, but no toppings, innovative or otherwise, can save a lackluster patty. More

You Can't Beat the $5 Lunch Special at Rockfire Grill in San Diego

A Hamburger Today Erin Jackson 4 comments

Get a tasty chargrilled burger with chips and a drink for a mere $5 during lunch at this new casual spot in Hillcrest. More

Step Out of the Big City Into Petite Crevette

New York Craig Cavallo 4 comments

The cramped quarters, naval theme, and off-the-beaten-path Red Hook location of Petite Crevette turns a simple meal into a pleasant little trip. New York would be a better city if every neighborhood had a restaurant like it. More

Get Aussie-Style Burgers at Queenstown Public House in San Diego

A Hamburger Today Erin Jackson 5 comments

Burgers loaded up with julienned beets, Edam cheese, pineapple, a fried egg, aioli, and tomato chutney can be yours at Queenstown Public House in Little Italy. More

French-Vietnamese Fusion Done Right, a Soho Gem in Rouge et Blanc

New York Craig Cavallo 2 comments

Imagine someone caught squid off the Southeast Asian Peninsula and sent it to be cooked in the French Riviera. Such is the case at Rouge et Blanc, the four-year-old restaurant on MacDougal Street where Macks Collins cooks with one foot in France and the other in Vietnam. More

Inside the Wonderful Restaurant Stuck in a Tiny Coffee Shop

New York Craig Cavallo 6 comments

By day, Box Kite is a tiny cafe like many others in the East Village. But by night it turns into a remarkable restaurant serving surprisingly delicious and upscale food for such a small space. More

The Best Dishes to Order at the Cleveland

New York Max Falkowitz 11 comments

When the Cleveland opened in Cleveland Place in Soho last year, it didn't set out to reinvent the wheel. Its latest chef, Max Sussman, keeps that mission intact, but with some exciting ambitions. That means there's trout roe in your cabbage salad and a whole eggplant as a main course. Those and more must-order dishes after the jump. More

A Bacon Cheeseburger and Churros in Paradise at Tequila Grille in San Diego

A Hamburger Today Erin Jackson 4 comments

The cheeseburger at this pool-side bar and restaurant in downtown San Diego won't change your life, but the view just might. More

A Hefty Pastrami Burger for a Hefty Price at Jeffrey's Grocery in the West Village

A Hamburger Today Noah Arenstein 18 comments

The Pastrami Burger at Jeffrey's Grocery is great, but its $19 price tag is hard to swallow. More

The Grocery is a Smith Street Classic

New York Craig Cavallo Post a comment

Now 15 years old, The Grocery on Smith Street shows some of its age, but the kitchen's precision and the staff's genial service never get old. More

East Village's North River Does Brisket Burgers and Lamb Hash for Brunch

New York Nicole Lam 3 comments

Weekend brunches should be stress-free, but crowded old standbys can be anything but. North River, the new kid on the East Village block, offers a calmer respite. Chef Adam Starowicz, a Momofuku Ko alum, has a brunch menu that's seasonal and crowd-pleasing. More

Big Flavors in Unlikely Places at Rosette

New York Craig Cavallo Post a comment

Chinatown's pulse beats fastest at Canal and Bowery, where the Manhattan Bridge spills traffic onto the island and, nearby, the diesel engines of buses idle. Few people consider the eastern reaches of the neighborhood, between the Manhattan and Williamsburg bridges, as a dining destination. But that's where Rosette opened at the end of January. More

How to Eat at Crazy Crab, Flushing's Yunnan-Burmese-Cajun Crab Shack

New York Jamie Feldmar 3 comments

The key to a successful experience at Crazy Crab is twofold: flexibility and knowledge. If you're looking for a full-blown Burmese or Yunnanese experience, you will be disappointed, as the menu offers only a handful of dishes from each cuisine. And if you're in the market for a legit Cajun seafood fiesta, then I have to ask what exactly you're doing in Flushing. But if you enter Crazy Crab with a plan of attack, an open mind, and a willingness to make a cross-cultural mess on your plate, you won't leave disappointed. More

Amélie Has Veg-Friendly Small Plates and a Killer Happy Hour

New York Lauren Rothman 5 comments

The first thing to know about Amelie, a French-style wine bar in the West Village, is its happy hour. But there's good food to follow. More

Go for Lunch at Hi-Collar, the East Village's Japanese Coffee and Sake Bar

New York Nicole Lam 10 comments

A cafe by day and a sake bar by night, Hi-Collar brings two highlights of Japanese cuisine under one roof. But the lunch menu is worth a visit all its own. More

The Best Bites at The Clam, Mike Price and Joey Campanaro's West Village Restaurant

New York J. Kenji López-Alt 6 comments

There are plenty of things to love about The Clam, Mike Price and Joey Campanaro's new shellfish-centric seafood restaurant in the West Village . The menu can be a little perplexing in both format and conceit (is this upscale seafood shack food, or is it New American market-driven? Can it be both?), but there are good bites to be had amidst the confusion. Here's what to order. More

Italian Reflections of Bensonhurst at Il Colosseo

New York Craig Cavallo 1 comment

Il Colosseo has been at the heart of Bensonhurst's Italian neighborhood on 18th Avenue, aka Cristoforo Colombo Boulevard, for 23 years. The classics-driven menu has remained largely unchanged for most of them, and the food wears its age well. More

You Get What You Pay for at Portland Penny Diner in Portland, OR

A Hamburger Today Adam Lindsley 6 comments

Portland Penny Diner, a cheap eats lunch spot from one of Portland's most respected chefs, sells a simple burger at a price equal to its value. That price is $6.95. More

For a Meal at St. Anselm Without the Wait, Go for Brunch

New York Nicole Lam 2 comments

If you don't want to endure the infamous wait to get a seat for dinner at St. Anselm, go during brunch hours, when you can often just walk right in and still have a good meal. More

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