Previously, if you wanted one of Brooks Headley's veggie burgers or charred broccoli salads, you had to line up at Superiority Burger at night, and fight for counter inches/seating in the tiny space. If the place was a zoo, you then had to decamp to Tompkins Square Park, or a nearby bar that was cool with you housing some sloppy food. The acclaimed vegetarian restaurant was only open for four hours, six days a week. This was not an optimal set-up during the winter months, in particular. But now, Brooks is throwing New York a freaking bone:
Superiority lunch, every day but Tuesday. Now you can eat a Superiority Burger at 3 p.m. on a Saturday — AKA the "veggie burger magic hour." Even if you had brunch or breakfast, odds are you're still a bit hungry at this time, but you won't be too full for dinner.