Burgers and Delis

    In New York City, forget about McDonald's and Burger King : ask for a real American burger ! Enjoy also the Delis, these typical restaurants serving smoked meat sandwiches.

    Burger in New York City
    Try the real american burger !

      Bareburger Hoboken

      What about heading to Hoboken to try a real burger ? Located near the Hoboken Path Station and the Hudson River, Bareburger Hoboken offers you a wide selection of burgers. You can also compose your own burger : choose your toppings, from onions to blue cheese, from potatoes to duck meat. Note that all the products are organic and there are no added colors, artificial flavors or synthetic substances.
      515 Washington Street, between 5th and 6th Streets
      Hoboken Path Train Station

      Corner Bistro

      Located in the heart of the Greenwich Village, the Corner Bistro succeeded with just one recipe : the word of mouth ! Of course, all the burgers and french fries are hand-made (ask for our favorite : the Bistro Burger with crispy bacon !). The Corner Bistro it’s also a charming bohemian athmosphere where locals and tourists mix and talk. A slice of the Greenwich Village!
      331 West 4th Street, corner Jane Street and West 4th Street
      8 Av

      Hard Rock Cafe

      The famous american chain.
      1501 Broadway
      Times Sq - 42 St


      Enjoy the best cheesecake in New York!
      236 West 45th Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue and 386 Flatbush Avenue/Dekalb Avenue in Brooklyn
      49 St

      Katz's Delicatessen

      Opened since 1888 on Houston Street, Katz's is the oldest delicatessen in New York ! Enjoy their famous sandwich with smoked meat and pickles. Try also to recognize all the celebrities who have visited Katz's, included Bill Clinton himself!
      205 East Houston Street
      2 Av


      Opened since 1916, Nathan's is famous for the hotdogs. You will find also hamburgers and sandwiches.
      705 8th Avenue, between 44th and 45th Street
      Port Authority

      New York Burger Co.

      Since opening its first location in 2004, New York Burger Co has transformed the way New Yorkers view fast-food, introducing them to healthier and tastier meals than those offered by the chains. No wonder New Yorkers voted New York Burger Co "Best Burger" in AOL CityGuide's "City's Best" poll. hamburgers à la mode traditionnelle, avec viande et produits de qualité.
      678 6th Avenue and 470 West 23rd Street/10th Avenue
      23rd Street

      Paul’s Da Burger Joint

      Established in 1989, this restaurant is still a family operation run by Paul and his family. It can be described as a 50's eatery with counter service, checkered table cloths and vintage decorations. You will enjoy a wide variety of burgers, from the cheeseburger to alpine burger with pizza burger, a burger with mozzarella and pizza sauce.
      131 2nd Avenue, St. Mark's Place
      Astor Pl

      Sarge's Deli

      Since 1964, Sarge’s Deli is the one and only Jewish style delicatessen restaurant in New York City that is open seven days a week, 365 days a year. The extensive menu features over 200 items, suitable for any type of palate. Choose from one of their cured old world specialties like corned beef or pastrami, fresh carved turkey, slow cooked brisket, steaks, chops, broiled salmon, salads, burgers or omelets. Weekend Brunch is available on Saturdays and Sundays. The décor is Old World as well, consisting of diner style booths, real Tiffany stained glass lamps and the iconic wall of celebrity photos.
      548 Third Avenue, between 36th and 37th Streets
      33 St

      Shake Shack

      Welcome to Shake Shack, a "roadside" food stand in Madison Square Park, serving burgers, hot dogs, frozen custard, beer, wine and more. As part of the ongoing renaissance of the historic park, Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group partnered with the Madison Square Park Conservancy to launch Shake Shack in Summer 2004. Designed by architecture firm SITE Environmental Design, Shake Shack blends harmoniously with the park and its surroundings.
      Madison Square Park, between Madison Avenue and 23th Street
      E 23 St - Broadway