Brick counsels the elitist alien Kalla about his Americanization issues around food. Increase your own cultural capital by reading about the hamburger’s restaurant career.
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You did not mention the popular hamburger restaurant, The Plushburger, on 60th street up from the serendipty III. It was really plushy with crystal chandeliers and sconces palms etc. and the burgers were out of this world. It was critiqued by renowned Craig Claiborne, of the New York Times. All the celebrities in town would visit. This was all in the 60s and 70s. Thank you.
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