New Yorkers are notoriously territorial when it comes to food—we’re quick to argue over which borough or neighborhood boasts the finest pizza, the most quality bagel and, yes, the best burger in NYC. With that in mind, Time Out New York’s annual Battle of the Burger is back for another year of meat-tastic smackdowns, pitting patty upstarts against bonafide burger legends.
We came up with a veritable crew of big-deal burger competitors, from April Bloomfield’s newbie Salvation Burger to Danny Meyer’s juggernaut Shake Shack. Now it’s your burger-loving duty to vote on your favorite and narrow down the field to a worthy top twenty. Such finalists will then go head-to-head in carne combat on August 18th at a live Battle of the Burger event at the South Street Seaport, where you’ll get to sample each burger, enjoy live music and kick back with unlimited beer from Budweiser.
In the meantime, vote for your go-to burger joints below.
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MI-NE SUSHI TOTOYA
Our goal is to graciously serve our customers delicious sushi as well as other Japanese dishes with passion.We would like to express our deepest gratitude towards our customers. Since Mi-Ne Sushi's opening in 1971 at Kumamoto, Japan, we have since opened three more locations in Kumamoto as well as nine sister locations in the fiercely competitive city of Hong Kong. We aspire to keep the traditions of Japanese food culture alive while striving towards perfecting our taste as well as providing a gracious environment to be enjoyed with the company of family and friends, on any event or celebration.
Venue says: “MI-NE Sushi Totoya offers a variety of Japanese cuisine from the Kyushu region and beyond. Originating from Kumomoto, Japan.”