George Motz and his friend Seth Unger eat “Black Label” burgers at Minetta Tavern in Greenwich Village.
The Black Label burger at Minetta Tavern is made with 4 prime cuts, including dry-aged ribeye for an extra-beefy taste.
Minetta Tavern’s Black Label burger, topped only with caramelized onions, suits the classic feel of the almost 80-year-old restaurant.
Once an Italian restaurant, Minetta Tavern, a Greenwich Village mainstay, was purchased and renovated in 2008.
George and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at J.G. Melon, a no-nonsense tavern that dates back to 1972 on the Upper East Side.
J.G. Melon serves a classic New York City cheeseburger that has been a favorite to locals and public figures alike for decades. The secret recipe for their patty includes chuck, tips of sirloin and a little bit of short rib for sweetness.
George talks to Jack O'Neill, owner of J.G. Melon.
George stands outside Donovan's Pub in Woodside, Queens, nestled under the tracks of the 7-train.
The bacon cheeseburger at Donovan's Pub is an 8-10 ounce charbroiled cheeseburger, made with beef ground fresh in the Bronx daily.
George eats a cheeseburger at Donovan's Pub, a local landmark recently purchased by long-time regulars James Jacobson and Dan Connor.
George looks into the kitchen at Korzo in his neighborhood of Park Slope, Brooklyn.
The burger at Korzo is truly unique -- a grilled patty, topped with pickles, house-made mustard and Edam cheese, wrapped in Hungarian-Slovak langós dough and deep-fried.
George and local burger expert David 'Rev' Ciancio talk to Otto Zizak, owner of Korzo, a cultural mash-up that’s a great example of New York City diversity.