From the classic pizza to the new fitting Cronut you will find the right addresses here to test the New York specialties.
Should it be a bit more beautiful? Then we recommend The Dutch in Greenwich Village. In The Dutch, there is just good American cuisine. High quality, regional and seasonal.
On the map, there are various meats from the grill, good fish and oysters a selection of side dishes, and appetizers. B. Steak Tatar, Tuna Poke, Soups, or Sticky Pigs ribs.
Roast beef and ribs at The Dutch in Greenwich Village.
We once tried across the map and tried different dishes. We do not want to awaken false expectations, the Dutch are a good choice. But it is definitely not an extraordinary kitchen with high Instagram potential. Anyone who likes to do without it and prefers good quality enjoys a pleasant ambiance, which is just right here.
Insider tip: In The Dutch, the principle Corkage Fee is offered. You can bring up to two bottles of your own wine bring to your food. Costs only a lump sum of “only” $ 35.
Address: 131 Sullivan St, New York, NY 10012, United States
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 11:30 to 22:30, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00.
Price: Main dishes $ 25 – 50. The most expensive court on the map is the Dry-Aged Rib Eye Steak for 2 people for $ 135.
About an hour outside New York is located on the southernmost peak Brooklyn’s district of Coney Island. Every summer there is a huge amusement district. Especially at the Broadwalk, the famous Ferris wheel, and the Luna Park amusement park, the people of the center of New York frolic.
Right near the Broadwalk, 1916 the Polish immigrant Nathan craftsman founded the meanwhile most famous Hot Dog chain in the world. With simple Frankfurt sausages, the Hot Dog restaurant became known. Later, the annual Hot Dog followed Betts, with the Nathan’s nationwide became famous.
At Nathan’s you can enjoy the most famous hot dogs in New York.
Today you can either try in the original restaurant or at the stand directly at the Broadwalk Nathan’s sausages. There are fries with or without cheese, Corn Dogs, or Onion Rings. Here you definitely have a piece of New York history.
Address: 1205 Riegelmann Boardwalk, Brooklyn, NY 11224, United States
Opening hours: daily 10:30 to 23:00
Price: Hot Dog $ 5 and Pommes $ 5. Not cheap for fast food, but you also pay for the history and location.
Who saw Netflix “The Chefs Table” with Christina Tosi? With incredibly a lot of dedication and love, Christina describes what she has led to open a bakery. And which enthusiasm storms have triggered their milk that tastes after Cornflakes at Chef’s David Chang.
Milk Bar Pie and Birthday Cake Bites.
Of course, that had to be tested by us. Since 2008 there is the Milk Bar in New York. From here in the East Village she started its triumphal train and has now stored branches in La, Boston, Washington, Las Vegas, and Toronto. Naked Birthday Cake and Crack Pie abducts his fans into a true sugar shock sky everywhere.
Address: e.g. 251 E 13th St, New York, NY 10003, United States
Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday from 10:00 to 00:00, until Saturday from 10:00 to 01:00.
Prices: A dozen cake truffles cost $ 24, but can of course be ordered individually
This is our insider tip for those who want to experience true Harlem. That’s exactly how we presented our real Soul Food restaurants in the USA. After we made a walking tour of Harlem, we asked our guide for an authentic and delicious restaurant. We were looking for a recommendation where there is typical American Soul Food.
Joclyn then led us to Sylvias. Here is the African American community food. A place reserved for family festivals. A retinal where exactly that comes on the table, which knows about 80-year-old Joclyn from her childhood.
Chicken and Wafles, Fried Chicken or Grilled U.S. Prime Steak. Everything that is heard the soul nourishes here on the map, just typical soulfood. Vegetarians have admitted here a rather manageable selection. Vegan courts did not exist then. Just ask the friendly staff.
What makes Sylvias so unique? It’s just like a movie. Loud, warm, children race around, and then the chairs still had funny plastic coatings. So never fancy and fancy but incredibly real and delicious. Our little insider tip in Harlem.
Address: 328 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10027, United States
Opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday from 09:00 to 22:30, Sunday to Tuesday from 11:00 to 22:30.
Prices: Main dishes cost between $ 10 – 30, a pitcher of lemonade $ 9.50.
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