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This Week's Top Stories on Eater NY

Check out the 10 most-read stories on Eater this past week.

Robert Sietsema
1) The Hottest Burgers in New York City, 2015

IMG_1892.0.jpg The 18 hottest burgers in New York right now. Pictured: the All'onda burger, which is made with ground short rib, truffled sottocenere cheese, shredded treviso, and caramelized onions.

Nick Solares

2) 14 Burger Recommendations from New York's Hottest Chefs

littleowl.0.jpg Need some burger recommendations from New York chefs? Andy Ricker, April Bloomfield, Mario Batali, Wylie Dufresne and many more have got you covered.


3) Downtown Brooklyn to Get Its Own Mega Food Hall, Maybe With a Katz's Outpost


Downtown Brooklyn is getting a huge food hall on Dekalb Avenue. Slated vendors include Katz's Deli, Steve's Ice Cream and many more.

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4) Could This Be the Location of Anthony Bourdain's Giant Food Hall?

GettyImages-458820674.0.0.jpg Here's a look at the possible locations for Anthony Bourdain's highly anticipated food hall. The most likely spots seem to be in Chelsea or Hudson Yards.

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5) New York City's 21 Most Iconic Burgers

20150409-PJ_Clarke_s_The_Hot_Dish-35.0.jpgHere are New York's 21 most iconic burgers, mapped. Some burgers on this list date back as far as the 1930s while others are modern classics, drawing a timeline of for New York's ever-changing burger tastes.

Nick Solares

6) The Essential Dry Aged Burgers of New York City

20101026-001-Lede.0.jpg Resident burger expert Nick Solares lays out the best dry aged burgers in the city. Here are 19 options, mapped.

Nick Solares

7) A Burger Virgin Takes on New York's Iconic Burgers, Part One

shakeshack2__1_.0.0.0.jpg Associate Editor Devra Ferst, a burger virgin, tries some iconic New York burgers. First up, a comparison of Shake Shack and Corner Bistro.

Helen Rosner

8) The International Burgers of New York City

foreignMexicanLaTortaria.0.jpg Robert Sietsema breaks down a lengthy selection of foreign burgers that you can snag in the city. His choices are organized alphabetically by country of origin, and include Mexican, Chinese, and an Italian burger shaped dessert.

Robert Sietsema

9) Cab Rams Into Greenwich Village Icon Minetta Tavern

Crago_Crash1.0.0.0.jpgA cab crashed into Minetta Tavern. But don't panic, no one was hurt. And the damage seems to have been limited to a broken window.

Corey Crago: Photographer/Cinematographer

10) Two Centuries of Hamburger History in New York City

burger_copy.0.0.0.jpg Robert Sietsema traces the possible origin stories of the burger. His favorite dates the burger to Tribeca in the 1820s where waterfront vendors sold hamburger patties fried in butter as a cheap and convenient meal for homesick German seamen.

Robert Sietsema