Whether you’d love to get your hands on an authentic lox bagel or a slice of New York pizza or you’d like to dine at a Michelin star restaurant, you’ve come to the right place. Simply continue reading to discover where to eat in NYC.
Where to Eat in NYC:
Eleven Madison Park:
Eleven Madison Park is one of the most prestigious restaurants in NYC and currently boasts three enviable Michelin stars. Eleven Madison Park is known for serving refined, upscale American cuisine in a beautiful art deco building that boasts stunning vaulted ceilings. If you would love to dine at Eleven Madison Park, make sure to book your table well in advance of your trip as it’s notoriously difficult to get a table, due to the fact that Eleven Madison Park features three Michelin stars.
Patsy’s Pizza is located in East Harlem and still uses traditional coal ovens to cook its pizzas. If you’re looking to share a whole pizza pie with a friend or a group of friends, you can sit down and eat inside the restaurant. While if you want to pick up a slice or two, you can visit the convenient quick-service counter next door.
Koronet which first opened its doors in the 80s is a pizzeria that is known for offering some of the largest slices of pizza in New York. Koronet’s slices are the equivalent of three and a half regular slices of pizza and will definitely fill you up during an action-packed day of sightseeing.
Ess-a-bagel is a New York institution and has been around since 1976. If you’re a fan of generously sized bagels served with lox cream, head to the back of the store, where you’ll be able to pick up lox bagels in a shorter line than the store’s main line.
Another Bagel store which is well worth visiting is Murray’s Bagels which features bagels which are jam packed with fillings such as salami, corned beef and chicken cutlets. You can even order a bagel which has fresh seafood in it. Of course if you’re vegetarian you’ll also be able to order a vegetarian bagel instead.
If a cafe is more your vibe, make sure to head to Little Collins which is arguably one of the best cafes in New York. Little Collins is known for its barista made coffee and also offers an all day breakfast and lunch menu which is fill of delectable options. Some examples of which include chorizo baked eggs, smashed avocado on toast, toasted banana bread, a dill sandwich and a broccoli burrito. One of the reasons why Little Collins offers such great coffee is that it was inspired by Little Collins the street, which is located in Melbourne, Australia and is known for it’s world class coffee.
If you’re looking for the best Chinese fare in NYC, head to Shanghai 21 which is best known for its dumpling soups. Although Shanghai 21 has a wide menu of authentic Chinese meals. Examples of which include Shanghai Style Lo Mein, crispy duck and pan fried pork dumplings.
So if you work up an appetite while exploring NYC, it’s well worth visiting one of the famed eateries listed above, in order to grab a delicious bite to eat. Especially if you travel from NYC from out of town.