New York City (NYC) is a diverse metropolis with many different cultures, with this comes a variety of delicious cuisines. But for a restaurant to survive in the fast-paced city its needs to keep its menu fresh and tasty. These are the restaurants you must visit when you travel to NYC.
Many celebrities try their hand at mastering the culinary market, but lots fail. A famous name will not give a restaurant longevity, create good food or turn customers into regular diners. In NYC, there is a relatively young restaurant that is climbing to the top of the best Italian restaurants in the city. It is Locanda Verde on Greenwich St, Tribeca and is owned by Robert De Niro. It’s a casual but bustling restaurant that combines traditional Italian dishes with modern elegant flare. Try the lamb’s milk ricotta and blue crab crostini.
If you are looking to have a dining experience like never before visiting Camaje, 85 MacDougal Street. On Wednesday, Friday and Saturday night its dinner service is in the dark. Heighten your senses with sensory experience as you eat wearing a stylish blindfold. The food tastes delicious and different to what you may expect as your sight plays a surprisingly huge part in understanding taste. The menu is a secret until the end of the meal, but if you have allergies or preferences this is taken into account, as reservations and tickets need to be purchased in advance.
American Style Restaurant
Burger and Lobster are the culinary versions of the British Invasion, but they celebrate American style food. This hugely popular restaurant was created by 4 friends on a rooftop in London, in 2011. Their expansion took them to the Big Apple and their popularity has not dwindled. Each restaurant, regardless of its worldwide location, offers consistently high-quality food, with great service and an exciting atmosphere. Their success may lie in the fact that they have stuck to a tried and tested simple but tasty menu with only 3 options: lobster; hot-dog with lobster (lobster roll) and a burger.
This longstanding restaurant is over 90 years old, a true statement of quality affordable food. For Chinese cuisine, there is only one district to go, Chinatown. For authentic food and comfortable dining Nom Wah Tea Parlor, Doyers St is the restaurant of choice. Menu favorites include Shrimp and Snow Pea Leaf Dumpling and House Special Roast Pork Bun.
To can be difficult to find a consistently great restaurant that can satisfy certain diets, like veganism, vegetarianism and gluten-free. For a chic specialty dining experience visit Candle 79, their menu is spectacular and takes these increasingly popular dietary requirements to a whole new level. With so much choice on the menu, it might be difficult to choose. Therefore, we have narrowed it down for you. Here are some great choices – Saffron-Flavoured Paella, Grilled Kale Salad, and Moroccan Spiced Chickpea Cake. For dessert go nuts for the chocolate and peanut butter mousse, which is served inside a dark chocolate shell. Candle 79 can be found at 154 E 79th St.
Walking the streets of NYC and spending your days exploring the many attractions can be a hunger provoking activity. To fill your stomach with quality and quantity eat at Becco, in the Theatre District. You can pre-order there “sinfonia de pasta,” which is offered as an all-you-can-eat deal for $24.95 ($19.95 at lunch). The stylish and delicious Becco buffet goes against the preconception that buffet food is of poor quality. Daily food to available for all-you-can-eat. Try a bit of everything, including the artichoke ravioli and the orecchiette with sausage & broccoli rabe.
From this wide range of must-visit restaurants, it’s clear that NYC can provide you with whatever meal you desire. The only question is how many restaurants can you visit before its time to go home?