The Wall Street Burger Shoppe in lower Manhattan has always been a popular lunch destination. Perhaps even during what some are calling a recession, there is still enough room on the ole credit card for a REALLY good lunch….
For only $175, you can savor a hamburger “made with Kobe beef and topped with seared fresh foie gras, an
assortment of exotic mushrooms, shaved black truffle, and golden
truffle mayonnaise.” [WCBSTV.com]
Truffles? Ok, I’m in.
If you don’t have that kind of cash lying around, grab $4 and have what co-owner/chef Kevin O’Connell considers the restaurant’s main draw: its char-grilled “shoppe burger.”
You can enjoy the truffle version after 4:00 pm, just order from the upstairs bar menu. Wall Street Burger Shoppe is on Water Street between Broad Street and Coenties Slip, Manhattan.