Kings of Kobe - The Burger & Hot Dog Monarchy
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 Manhattanite dog topped with caramelized apples, frisee, shaved cheddar and wasabi aioli ($8.95) or the All Nighter with bacon, onion marmalade, lemon zest and blue cheese dressing ($9.25). As for burgers, there’s the Better Than Caesar with burrata, baby arugula and stone fruit relish ($12.25), The Queen Rules with prosciutto, pepper jack, frisee and sweet chili jam ($12.50) and the Duke of Lux with smoked gouda, bacon, caramelized onions and chipotle aioli ($13.50). Gluten-free eaters will be happy to note that Kings of Kobe also offers alternative buns. The restaurant also serves snacks like mac and cheese balls ($7.25) and a waffle dog drizzled in spicy maple syrup ($5.50), brunch entrees like a Reuben topped with a fried egg ($13.50) and creamy Haagen-Dazs milkshakes ($6).
Venue says: “We'll make it easy for you! Happy Hour from 3-6pm- enjoy $3 Milkshakes, $8 Milkshake + Mac & Cheese Ball combo, $3 Beer, & $5 Wine!”