From pizza to Chinese food to deli meats and more, New York City offers foodies a bit little of everything. Come hungry, because the city that never sleeps wants to feed you!
Dim Sum in Brooklyn? Yes, please! Bamboo Garden on 8th offers some of the best dim sum in the country in an authentic setting where you know you’re getting serious eats. Don’t be shy. Try multiple options so you know what you want next time you pop in!
Prime Meats in Carroll Gardens is a great farm-to-table restaurant in Brooklyn that spun off from nearby Frankie’s. The sausages are the house specialty, and eating a few with a warm pretzel and an ice cold beer is a great meal.
If you love pizza then you absolutely have to stop at Emily in Clinton Hill. The eponymous Emily Pizza may sound a little weird (it has pistachios on it), but if you try it, we promise that you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
Got a hankering for some ramen? Then stop in Long Island City for a quick bowl at Mu Ramen, an underrated gem. The Spicy Miso bowl in particular stands out, and if you love spicy food, you’ll be in heaven!
Chef Andrew Carmellini offers diners amazing food of all kinds at The Dutch, a great New York restaurant located on Sullivan Street in Manhattan. The seafood in particular at The Dutch is fantastic!
Balthazar Restaurant in SoHo is a New York staple since 1997, and for good reason… restaurateur Keith McNally has an incredible menu! Featuring bistro foods throughout the day, Balthazar has great food, great wine, and an oyster bar that rivals any in the city.
Balthazar is a fantastic culinary experience.
Should small plates be more your thing, then Wildair is where you should stop for a bite. Featuring a myriad of delicious options as well as excellent cocktails, Wildair will leave you ready for a great New York night out!
Oiji restaurant in Manhattan closes off our list this foodies road trip through New York City and offers diners possibly the best meal around. Homemade dumplings, pork belly, mackerel… the list goes on and on of amazing things to eat when dining at Chefs Tae Kyung Ku and Brian Kim’s Korean restaurant.
_Eat, drink, be merry, then rest in a great New York hotel!