You'd think the big-chain renditions would have killed the burger. But the assault of Ronald and his pals on our national dish has only made it stronger. Increasingly, fancy restaurants like City Hall and Patroon sling bunned disks of ground meat, while humble burger joints persist and flourish. Check Zagat for the upscale purveyors, but if you seek a more proletarian... More >>>
By Michael Kenneth Lopez
Harry Nesbitt surveys his grand creation, the Harlem burger, at On the Park.