The New York Times calls them “fine-dining hamburgers”—and indeed, the buttery, toasted brioche buns bookending the eight-ounce burger patties, red onions, and house made pickles elevates this well-known sandwich. Served inside a casual Brooklyn eatery, an offshoot of parent restaurant DuMont, the burgers make up just one of the menu’s specialties. The other is the DuMac & Cheese, which mixes bacon and three types of cheeses into a bed of radiatore pasta. The menu teems with other American contemporary classics, along with beer and cocktails, and is available daily until 2 A.M. While dining late, patrons can indulge in hot, made-to-order doughnuts, sip Brooklyn Roasting Company coffee, and convince themselves they got an early start on breakfast.