118 W. 57th St.
A stinging slap in the face to the luxury-burgermovement: five ounces of juicy char-grilled beef on asupermarket bun ($4.50).
116 E. 27th St.
A mix of brisket, shoulder clod, and chuck gives thisten-ounce burger its superior flavor ($10.95).
122 Union St., Brooklyn
Three bites of quality beef on a tastyminibun—only 99 cents.
331 W. 4th St.
A great burger served on a tiny paper plate ($4.50).
57-24 Roosevelt Ave., Woodside
A bar burger second only to Corner B., withmuch-hailed fried onions ($4.95).
178 Broadway, Brooklyn
Slightly overrated, but at $5.95, irresistible. Lunchonly.
Blue 9 Burger
92 Third Ave.
A good, sloppy fast-food burger with service that isthe opposite of snappy ($2.55).