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Valhalla Crossing Prides Itself On 10-Oz. Burgers, Vies For DVlicious Best

Eating one of Valhalla Crossing's enormous burgers definitely requires a two-handed approach. Photo Credit: Yelp
Can't manage to snarf down one of Valhalla Crossing's enormous burgers? Try the cheeseburger sliders instead. Same beef, just in a smaller package. Photo Credit: Facebook
Valhalla Crossing, an eclectic restaurant known for its enormous burgers, was built from a train caboose, a rail car and part of the original train station in Valhalla. Photo Credit: Facebook
The Johnny's Bronx Burger is served up at Valhalla Crossing. It comes topped with sautéed onions and mushrooms, cheddar cheese, and homemade chipotle sauce and is served on a rustic roll Photo Credit: Facebook

VALHALLA, N.Y. -- Any way you flip it, the burger is one of America’s favorite foods.

Who Has the Best Burger in Westchester?
Final Results Voting Closed

Who Has the Best Burger in Westchester?

  • Buns-N-Bourbon, Peekskill
  • The Blazer Pub, North Salem
  • Squires, Briarcliff Manor
  • Valhalla Crossing, Valhalla
  • Westchester Burger Company, White Plains, Rye Brook, Mount Kisco

We asked for your top picks in the county; five finalists are in the running with each being profiled this week.

Who will win? It’s up to you, so let your fingers do the clicking. Voting ends 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 28. You can vote multiple times, albeit once per day.

Valhalla Crossing, Valhalla

What Makes It Patty Perfect: Its signature charbroiled 10-ounce Mount Pleasant Burger is made with certified Black Angus beef, cheddar, crispy bacon, roasted garlic aioli, lettuce, tomato, and red onions and comes with fries, onion rings … or a little bit of both.

The burgers are so ginormous that some diners can only stuff down half. (If you really CAN’T manage, order the smaller cheeseburger sliders.)

Johnny’s Bronx Burger, a customer fav, is topped with sautéed onions and mushrooms, cheddar cheese, and homemade chipotle sauce on a rustic roll. The patty choices are many; among them are one made with black beans for veggie lovers and another topped with a bacon and egg. The Pattie Melt arrives on grilled rye bread and sautéed onions and Swiss cheese. To forego the carbs, get your burger on a salad.

The eclectic restaurant was created from a 1910 B&O caboose, an 1896 Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway car and the original train station. You can still get a sense of the last one from the eatery’s A-frame ceiling and wide-planked floors.

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