In his latest New York City restaurant review, Ed Levine reviews the burger from Katz's Delicatessen:
In the name of research, we also tried the burgers, made up front near the hot dog griddle. I ordered a medium-rare cheeseburger ($5.60) with grilled onions, and that's what I got. With a couple of shakes of salt, it's a perfectly respectable burger, but there is really no reason to order it--if you're in the mood for red meat, get the pastrami or the pastrami Reuben.
I didn't try the burger, but I did try the Reuben—oh man, that's good. Who orders burgers at Katz's anyway (if not just for burger research)?
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