Sometimes, you just need a spot where you can sit down and eat a decent burger. That’s what Belcampo is for. It’s part of a small chain that raises all its own meat, and has a few locations in California, but never had a restaurant in NYC until now. Their signature burger has a thick patty and caramelized onions, and it’ll help you forget that you’re in a mall the size of a small town, at least for a couple of minutes. There are also a bunch of bowls and salads here, and there’s a counter-service area up front.
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