Sun-Thu, 10am-2am; Fri-Sat, 10am-6am
Nearby Subway Stops
6 at 23rd St.
American Express, MasterCard, Visa
- Late-Night Dining
14th St. to 40th St., FDR Dr. to Fifth Ave.
This venue is closed.
Could the burger at Ziggiz be New York’s answer to In-N-Out? Could it be even better? The thin 100 percent Angus beef patty is remarkably juicy and flavorful, and the bun, custom-made by a Jersey bakery, is pretty near burger-bun perfection. It’s not dry, isn’t too bready, doesn’t disintegrate, and stands up to Ziggiz not-so-secret sauce (Thousand Island dressing), as well as ketchup, mustard, razor-thin onions, and a tomato slice. Fries are stellar—skin-on and cut on site—and the heap is big enough to share, though only pushovers would offer. The space is clean and the décor sparse, with a few stock movie posters framed on the wall and coffeehouse lighting; eating in may be low on ambience, but it allows easy sampling of the ten hot sauces at the ready. Owners George and Steve Zamfotis cater to local Baruch College students with an impressive array of energy drinks, late night–early morning hours (depending on your perspective), and easygoing prices. Philly cheesesteaks, quesadillas, chicken sandwiches, and fresh-fried tortilla chips are also popular, but with a burger this good, why bother?Recommended Dishes
French fries, $2.25; single burger, $4.28; chicken burrito, $6.99
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