Saturday, October 10, 2009

Best Burger NYC Glimpse: Spitzer's Corner

For those Burger Bedlam readers looking to take an adventure south of Houston Street, this next best burger in NYC review is for you. This weekend, we will mosey on down to the “earthy retreat” know as Spitzer’s Corner on Ludlow and Rivington. Long a favorite of ours (currently in our #2 spot), this “American gastropub” earned our praise well before the humble beginnings of Burger Bedlam last year with its Hickory Short Rib Burger. Especially as we simultaneously polished off a few of Spitzer’s 40 world class beers on tap. Delicious would be an understatement when reminiscing about the flavors we encountered at the time, but our memories of bliss have lingered for quite a while. Like a couple of kids on Christmas morning (or Hanukkah eve for Kyle) we can’t wait to have another crack at the Spitzer’s Corner burger. Cooked in hickory sauce, topped with BBQ onions, lettuce and a Guss pickle, our mouths water at the very thought of devouring the Hickory Short Rib Burger again. Can you blame us? And did we forget to mention that the Spitzer’s menu is brought to you by Michelin and New York Times rated Chef Sung Park? Who’s he, you ask? He’s the guy who thought up the darn burger…that’s all that matters! It’s the same burger that might very well give Shake Shack a run for its best burger in NYC title. In a few days come back and check out our review. Or better yet, sign up for our e-mail list at the top left of this page and get the scoop automatically e-mailed to you. Til then, stay tuned…

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