Celebrating National Berger Month sounds absurd (dude only did eight episodes, AND broke up with Carrie on a Post-it!), until you realize it's National Burger Month and it means Chef Seis Kamimura from Downtown destination RN74 has dropped two new ground-beefwiches that're both apparently the "love-children" of France and America, so expect the below burgers to grow up snottily refusing to talk to themselves.
The Croque Madame Burger: This take on the bistro classic features house-ground Painted Hills/Double R Ranch beef topped w/ Virginia ham, a fried egg & Mornay sauce, as stocking Rebecca De Mornay sauce is Risky Business.
The Royal: Definitely not pronounced Roy-AL no matter what its French side says, this sucka pretty much gives the finger to other meat-discs by featuring a "fancy" sauce, slow-cooked short ribs, and a piece of seared foie gras, all of which should be quite enough to get you Sex in this City.
Published: May 11, 2012 at 4:00am EDT
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