We’re not entirely sure what makes the food at Burnt Ends taste so good but the prevailing theory is some form of Australian magic. Except for the grilled Alaskan crab legs, which are always available and a must-order, the menu changes pretty regularly. What you can count on, though, is that everything (from lettuce to duck hearts) will have grill marks and be delicious - and that dinner will cost at least $75 per person. It’s nearly impossible to get a reservation here, but if you go really late (they close at midnight) or really early (right at 6pm), you might be able to sneak into a seat at the bar and watch them roast leeks with a flamethrower.
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