A gigantic portrait of a man prepping his carving materials is the domineering feature of the interior of Weinschenke—a clear statement of their hospitality for meat eaters. The burgers appear ready to topple, a tasty looking stack composed of juicy patties and fresh salad, arranged between two soft brioche buns. The chips are not the classic American fries, but thin potato discs—more similar to a crisp. Although beer is the conventional accompanying beverage for a burger (and Weinschenke offer a good selection), consider sampling the restaurant’s home-brewed vodka, with a variety of punchy flavors including coffee, chocolate, basil, and cucumber. Veggie options are also available (hallumi or falafel).