World Foodies: Welcome to New York. Welcome to our New York Food Guide. In addition to the classic sights such as the Empire State Building, 9/11 Memorial, and the Brooklyn Bridge, there is a lot to see in New York.
Food is an important part of a perfect NYC trip. Many food trends are born here that is conquering the whole world from New York. No matter if cronut, rainbow bagel, food truck, or crack pie. The imagination knows no limits.
And whoever thinks the USA consists only of burgers and fries, I have to teach them better. In New York, in particular, something new appears on a menu every day. New Yorkers celebrate and celebrate their cuisine diversity. Discover the Big Apple with me in a culinary way and let yourself be carried away to the best food spots in town.
A good day starts with an exceptionally good breakfast. Bagels are simply part of a trip to New York for us. Therefore, the first port of call is always Ess-a-Bagel.
The often long line in front of the door suggests that there are delicious bagels here. It’s not classically cozy inside, but the taste of the bagels is unbeatable.
The bagels are freshly prepared on-site. Bagels have been baked here according to an original Jewish recipe for over 40 years. Many locals pack a bagel to take away. We also. However, the hunger was so great that it did not survive either and was eaten immediately.
Ess-a-Bagel – the place for breakfast!
By the way, January 15th is International Bagel Day. If you are in New York at this time, you always have a good chance of getting a bagel for free from the big bagel shops. Or you get a special that is not available otherwise.
Address: 831 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10022, United States.
Opening times: Monday to Friday from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Saturday to Sunday from 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Prices: From to, is the motto here. A plain bagel starts at $ 1.45, depending on how you want the bagel to be topped, the price increases. The Ess-a-BLTA (bacon, tomato, lettuce, avocado with sauce) costs z. B. $ 8.15. The bagels aren’t a bargain, but they’re so filling that it’s definitely worth it. And of course, the taste is great.
Instagram made me do it. The Rainbow Bagel is “instragramable” food at its best. If you are preparing for a New York trip on Instagram, the rainbow bagels will jump at you from all sides.
You can now get the colorful parts in many stores, but they originated in an inconspicuous shop in Brooklyn. In “The Bagel Store”, colorful dough rings dreams come true.
No matter if Galaxy, Captain America, Unicorn, or Groove Neon Bagel you can’t eat bagels crazier. Who now thinks these things taste sweet to run away, no, not in the least. Despite the bright colors, the bagels taste quite normal. Depending on the filling, the bagel becomes a sweet or savory sin.
Rainbow bagels – don’t taste like sugar, but they look like it. Simply pretty to look at!
We tested the bagels with peanut butter and confetti cream. Phew, a little sugar shock. Fortunately, the bagels are cut in two, making them perfect for dividing.
The Original Bagel Store is currently closed. Check the website regularly to stay up to date on when it will reopen. For those who can’t wait, at Liberty Bagels in Midtown, for example. B. You can now also get Rainbow Bagels.
Address: 69 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217, United States
Opening times: currently closed. Follow the Instagram channel or sign up for email updates on the website.
Prices: Expect around $ 4-8 per bagel. Fair price for these crazy pieces.
Opinions are divided on this subject. Where can you find the best donuts in New York? Sticky, sweet calorie bombs that send us to the seventh candy heaven. We really hope we have found the best.
You can get delicious donuts at Dough Donuts in Brooklyn.
You can find Dough Donuts in Brooklyn. Later branches in Manhattan were added, this great donut store has set up shop. Donuts have been hand-made here for 10 years and not only make New York police officers happy. Dunkin Donuts and Kreams Donuts can wrap up with this New York original. The owner Fany Gerson brings Latin American pep into the donut business.
The varieties of hibiscus, tropical fruits, dulce de leche, or chocolate chipotle are only available here. Now all you have to do is make up your mind. Of course, we also tested the classics Glazed and Cinnabon.
Address: 14 W 19th St, New York, NY 10011, United States
Opening times: Monday to Wednesday from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Saturday to Sunday from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.Prices: Approx. $ 3 per donut. Top price-performance ratio.
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