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Food to Try in NYC

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Food to Try in NYC

Pizza
Some of the best and iconic pizza places in NYC.
This vegetarian pizza is amazing and unlike everything you've ever tried before!! Pizzaiolos, cousins and best friends, Francis Garcia and Sal Basille, are two regular guys from the neighborhood, whose DNA reads garlic and oil. They are fourth generation restaurateurs.Since opening their first store in New York City’s East Village in 2008, Artichoke Basille’s Pizza has expanded to twelve hugely successful locations across the country. They have always impressed critics, fellow chefs, and chowhounds alike. Their never-ending line of devoted Artichoke Pizza fans include many celebrities, but most importantly, it draws from legions of native New Yorkers.
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Artichoke Basille's Pizza
321 East 14th Street
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This vegetarian pizza is amazing and unlike everything you've ever tried before!! Pizzaiolos, cousins and best friends, Francis Garcia and Sal Basille, are two regular guys from the neighborhood, whose DNA reads garlic and oil. They are fourth generation restaurateurs.Since opening their first store in New York City’s East Village in 2008, Artichoke Basille’s Pizza has expanded to twelve hugely successful locations across the country. They have always impressed critics, fellow chefs, and chowhounds alike. Their never-ending line of devoted Artichoke Pizza fans include many celebrities, but most importantly, it draws from legions of native New Yorkers.
The best authentic NYC pizza slice you'll find. It was also featured in Spider-man - the OG one with Toby McGuire. Established in 1975 by Joe Pozzuoli, who is originally from Naples, Italy, the birthplace of pizza, Joe's Pizza is a "Greenwich Village institution" offering the classic New York slice for over 37 years. oe's Pizza is a perennial top 10 listing in restaurant guides and publications such as Time Out New York and New York Magazine. NEW YORK MAGAZINE named JOE’S PIZZA "Best of New York" and in subsequent reviews referred to us as "the quintessential New York slice." In 2009 GQ Magazine listed Joe's Pizza as one the "Best 25 Pizzas on Earth."
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Joe's Pizza
7 Carmine Street
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The best authentic NYC pizza slice you'll find. It was also featured in Spider-man - the OG one with Toby McGuire. Established in 1975 by Joe Pozzuoli, who is originally from Naples, Italy, the birthplace of pizza, Joe's Pizza is a "Greenwich Village institution" offering the classic New York slice for over 37 years. oe's Pizza is a perennial top 10 listing in restaurant guides and publications such as Time Out New York and New York Magazine. NEW YORK MAGAZINE named JOE’S PIZZA "Best of New York" and in subsequent reviews referred to us as "the quintessential New York slice." In 2009 GQ Magazine listed Joe's Pizza as one the "Best 25 Pizzas on Earth."
The oldest pizzeria in the United States. Since 1905 Gennaro Lombardi crafted pizza in the United States using his bakers trade that he learned from Naples. Lombardi is credited with developing New York Style pizza and making Lombardi's the first pizzeria in the United States. Still located in the Little Italy section of Manhattan offering its beautiful, smoky-crusted coal oven baked pizza, topped with purist tomato sauce, fresh whole milk mozzarella, and basil, keeping locals and visitors alike coming back. America's First Family of Pizza Est. 1905. They sell pizza by the pie, not the slice.
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Lombardi's
32 Spring Street
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The oldest pizzeria in the United States. Since 1905 Gennaro Lombardi crafted pizza in the United States using his bakers trade that he learned from Naples. Lombardi is credited with developing New York Style pizza and making Lombardi's the first pizzeria in the United States. Still located in the Little Italy section of Manhattan offering its beautiful, smoky-crusted coal oven baked pizza, topped with purist tomato sauce, fresh whole milk mozzarella, and basil, keeping locals and visitors alike coming back. America's First Family of Pizza Est. 1905. They sell pizza by the pie, not the slice.
Iconic
The BEST pastrami in the world!! Drawback: it's pricey. Katz’s has stood on Houston Street since 1888, and the pastrami alone is a New York icon. The expansive, cafeteria-style dining room is almost always bustling, and diners have to know how to navigate the system. Get in line, remember to tip the slicer (they might give you an extra piece to snack on), and no matter what, don’t lose that ticket.
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Katz's Delicatessen
205 East Houston Street
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The BEST pastrami in the world!! Drawback: it's pricey. Katz’s has stood on Houston Street since 1888, and the pastrami alone is a New York icon. The expansive, cafeteria-style dining room is almost always bustling, and diners have to know how to navigate the system. Get in line, remember to tip the slicer (they might give you an extra piece to snack on), and no matter what, don’t lose that ticket.
Chinatown’s oldest restaurant serves up fresh and consistently delicious dim sum, ordered off a menu rather than a cart. The dining room, dating back to 1920, is a relic. Order the pork buns, the sticky rice in lotus leaves, the shrimp & chive dumplings, and any of the rice rolls. During peak dim sum hours (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) there may be a wait, but it’s never unbearable.
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Nom Wah Tea Parlor
13 Doyers St
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Chinatown’s oldest restaurant serves up fresh and consistently delicious dim sum, ordered off a menu rather than a cart. The dining room, dating back to 1920, is a relic. Order the pork buns, the sticky rice in lotus leaves, the shrimp & chive dumplings, and any of the rice rolls. During peak dim sum hours (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) there may be a wait, but it’s never unbearable.
Delmonico’s boldly bills itself as “America’s first restaurant.” The original opened on South Williams Street in 1837, and though it hasn’t been open continuously, or been operated by the same family since then, it still retains plenty of that old history. It takes the credit for inventing baked Alaska and eggs benedict, alongside lobster Newburg, chicken a la Keene, and of course the Delmonico steak.
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Delmonico's
56 Beaver Street
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Delmonico’s boldly bills itself as “America’s first restaurant.” The original opened on South Williams Street in 1837, and though it hasn’t been open continuously, or been operated by the same family since then, it still retains plenty of that old history. It takes the credit for inventing baked Alaska and eggs benedict, alongside lobster Newburg, chicken a la Keene, and of course the Delmonico steak.
Obama's favorite restaurant...need I say more. This iconic restaurant is the brain child of Chef Marcus Samuelson and Andrew Chapman in the heart of Harlem. Located in the heart of Harlem, Red Rooster Harlem serves comfort food that celebrates the roots of American cuisine and the neighborhood’s diverse culinary traditions. We seek to share the story of Harlem with our guests and offer a space that celebrates local artists, musicians and culinary talents alike. We embrace today’s Harlem with a spirit of inclusiveness and community by hiring our family of staff from within the community, inspiring better eating through neighborhood cooking classes, and buying from local purveyors. Named in honor of the legendary Harlem speakeasy that attracted neighborhood folk, jazz greats, and noteworthy figures of the 20th century from Adam Clayton Powell Jr. to Nat King Cole and James Baldwin, we’re privileged to share our namesake with the original Red Rooster. Co-Creators Andrew Chapman and Marcus Samuelsson have long wanted to open a restaurant that would have a positive impact on the neighborhood’s culinary landscape and its community at-large.
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Red Rooster
310 Lenox Avenue
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Obama's favorite restaurant...need I say more. This iconic restaurant is the brain child of Chef Marcus Samuelson and Andrew Chapman in the heart of Harlem. Located in the heart of Harlem, Red Rooster Harlem serves comfort food that celebrates the roots of American cuisine and the neighborhood’s diverse culinary traditions. We seek to share the story of Harlem with our guests and offer a space that celebrates local artists, musicians and culinary talents alike. We embrace today’s Harlem with a spirit of inclusiveness and community by hiring our family of staff from within the community, inspiring better eating through neighborhood cooking classes, and buying from local purveyors. Named in honor of the legendary Harlem speakeasy that attracted neighborhood folk, jazz greats, and noteworthy figures of the 20th century from Adam Clayton Powell Jr. to Nat King Cole and James Baldwin, we’re privileged to share our namesake with the original Red Rooster. Co-Creators Andrew Chapman and Marcus Samuelsson have long wanted to open a restaurant that would have a positive impact on the neighborhood’s culinary landscape and its community at-large.
Craving good soul food? I got you. Sylvia’s Restaurant, the “The Queen of Soul Food”, was founded by Sylvia Woods, in 1962. Established in the historic village of Harlem, Sylvia’s is a community favorite, known as the world’s kitchen. Serving authentic soul food for over 55 years, this icon remains a culinary must-visit for foodies. Gospel brunch Sundays, Live Music Wednesdays, and Daily Specials scream home-style cooking, within an at-home environment. Come visit for yourself, and experience why Presidents, celebrities, and Harlemites alike call Sylvia’s home. Owned & Operated by The Woods Family.
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Sylvia's Restaurant
328 Malcolm X Boulevard
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Craving good soul food? I got you. Sylvia’s Restaurant, the “The Queen of Soul Food”, was founded by Sylvia Woods, in 1962. Established in the historic village of Harlem, Sylvia’s is a community favorite, known as the world’s kitchen. Serving authentic soul food for over 55 years, this icon remains a culinary must-visit for foodies. Gospel brunch Sundays, Live Music Wednesdays, and Daily Specials scream home-style cooking, within an at-home environment. Come visit for yourself, and experience why Presidents, celebrities, and Harlemites alike call Sylvia’s home. Owned & Operated by The Woods Family.
Need a NYC hot dog? It may be a giant franchise now, but Nathan’s is a true New York institution. The Coney Island original opened in 1916, selling hot dogs for five cents. They cost more now, of course, but otherwise not much has changed about the experience of eating a cheap, greasy dog on the boardwalk.
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Nathan's Famous - Coney Island
1310 Surf Ave
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Need a NYC hot dog? It may be a giant franchise now, but Nathan’s is a true New York institution. The Coney Island original opened in 1916, selling hot dogs for five cents. They cost more now, of course, but otherwise not much has changed about the experience of eating a cheap, greasy dog on the boardwalk.