Eater NY Editor Greg Morabito recently described the soon-to-move Union Square Cafe as a "country club restaurant," one that occupies a different, and broader, cultural space than the ones we at Eater tend to obsess over in 2015. I think the same is true of The Polo Bar, a restaurant that might be dismissively thought of as a vanity project, but that actually serves food that is really rather good. Take the cheeseburger. This eight-ounce patty is fabricated from a bespoke beef blend from DeBragga, and it's classically attired with Nueske's bacon, lettuce, tomato, and red onion. The stylish golden domed bun is lavishly studded with sesame seeds. The result is a flavor profile as classic as the Polo label, and it's arguably the best country club burger there is. Membership has its privileges, and also its expenses — it costs $28.
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Read the full Eater article by Nick Solares here.