And, I nominate the "Heavenly Burger" of Citron and Rose.
It was not cheap, but it was heavenly, and it brought back memories
of my Mother's hamburgers to our daughter and me, but I did not admit
to the fact that I thought the C%R Burger was better.
Description: 12 oz of Ground Ribeye. C+R Made soft roll,
barbeque Beef cheek, leaf lettuce and pickles; accompanied by matzoh crusted onion rings, lime aioli...
This was $28 as described, but would have been $44 with Black Truffles, which we passed on. Because we were there for Happy Hour,
not dinner, we shared the burger dish, plus an assortment of bar snacks: $3 duck sausage taco and $5 for fantastic spicy tuna tartare (citrus, avocado fried nori; the citrus being tangerine and kumquat)
While the burger was perfect, no doubt about it, it was the barbequed
beef cheek that sent it over the top. Citron and Rose has Happy Hour
between 5 and 6:30pm Monday-Thursday, and maybe Sunday also,
but check as to availability of the Heavenly Burger. Bar snacks change
all the time, but I loved the choices the last time we did this.