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As part of his three-prong culinary takeover of the William Vale Hotel—which also includes rooftop bar Westlight and upcoming southern Italian concept Leuca—Andrew Carmellini and his Noho Hospitality Group roll out this burger and soft-serve stand operating out of a 1974 Airstream trailer parked on the hotel’s elevated promenade. Manned by executive chef Anthony Ricco (Spice Market), the retro RV offers four griddled burgers: a single or double with aged cheddar, a Swiss-topped veggie burger and a rotating special, with the opening option fixed with hatch chilies and Monterey Jack cheese. Beyond the bun, there are waffle fries and “dairy dips,” ice-cream cones in flavors like Jacker-Crax (buttered caramel popcorn with salted peanuts) and Hawaii Five-0 (Tahitian vanilla scoops with pineapple preserve and toasted coconut).
William Vale Hotel
111 North 12th St
|Cross street:||between Berry St and Wythe Ave|
|Price:||Average burger: $8|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 4–10pm; Sat, Sun noon–10pm|
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