This Hell’s Kitchen eatery serves unusual takes on two classic American dishes: burgers and hot dogs made with all-natural Wagyu beef. Sausage lovers will want to try the Bahn Mine dog topped with marinated cucumbers and carrots, cilantro and sriracha aioli or the All Nighter with bacon, onion marmalade, lemon zest and blue cheese dressing. As for burgers, there’s the Better Than Caesar with burrata, baby arugula and stone fruit relish, The Queen Rules with prosciutto, pepper jack and sweet chili relish and the Duke of Lux with smoked gouda, bacon, caramelized onions and chipotle aioli. Gluten-free eaters will be happy to note that Kings of Kobe also offers alternative buns, but the restaurant also serves snacks like mac and cheese balls and a waffle dog drizzled in spicy maple aioli. Brunch entrees include a Red Velvet Jester burger with raspberry jam, bacon maple butter and a fried egg sandwiched between two red velvet pancakes. Wash it all down with creamy Haagen-Dazs milkshakes.