A few burgers around town soak up most of the ink from food press type. The Black Label Burger at Minetta Tavern gets its share of love, and the debates over the Corner Bistro burger continue to rage on the blogs (does it live up to its former glory). It's true that the burger that put April Bloomfield's The Spotted Pig on the map - and arguably served as the tipping point that led the NYC dining public to demand better patties - has been written about a gazillion times. Do we have anything else to say about the crazy-juicy, pink-in-the-middle gut-bomb that's topped with Roquefort cheese and served with shoestring fries? Nah. The fact that it leaves us speechless pretty much every time we bite into it (which happens way too often) should be testament enough.