Most kosher restaurants in Manhattan are found in Midtown or Uptown, but Mocha Burger took a chance opening in Greenwich Village and it worked out pretty well (they’ve since opened a Mocha Express location on the Upper East Side, near Second Avenue and 83rd Street). Order a nice bottle of red to pair with the BLT burger - served with a fried egg on top - or the funghi (topped with caramelized wild mushrooms and golden crisp fried onions). They also have a meatless veggie patty and an impossible burger on the menu, but if you’re just trying to stay away from red meat, we suggest the salmon satay skewers or the tostado salad instead. Don’t skimp on the battered Cajun fries, though.
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