A Burger With Flair
ou could always rely on The Capital Grille for kick-ass dry-aged steaks and an extensive wine collection. It’s where you go to impress your boss or new girlfriend. But it doesn’t mean you can’t take a detour and have a little fun, too.
This unusual burger with more ribbons than Princess Beatrice’s hat is interactive and decadent with its savory, coarsely-chopped Wagyu beef. A golden crown of onions is a crunchy, toasted contrast to the warm, runny egg and soft brioche bun.
Juices will run down your arms, there will be egg on your tie—but it will all be worth it, since you can get soup, a sandwich and a side for $16. That leaves enough for the dry-cleaning bill. Plus, they’ll get you out in 45 minutes flat. That is if you stop licking your fingers.
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