Tallgrass was one of the first burger spots in New York to use organic halal meat. Over the years, this East Village restaurant has expanded its menu with some new items that we think are great for an iftar meal, like the kobe wagyu beef burger and mac-and-cheese burger. The kobe burger comes with a wagyu patty topped with lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, and pickles, but you can also add different cheeses and have an option to get it with a pillowy brioche bun. The mac-and-cheese burger comes with a fried mac and cheese patty along with an Angus beef patty, topped with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and jalapenos.
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