Places To Eat in NYC

for all my foodies out there

 

PIZZA

How could anyone be in the city and not eat pizza? It’s a classic. I forgot where I ordered this, but honestly most pizzarias will have the authentic New York pizza you’ll love.

 

JACK’S WIFE FREDA

50 Carmine St, New York, NY 10014

Isn’t this place just the cutest!! Aesthetics and food on point. Literally the most perfect breakfast/brunch joint.

 

PURE THAI COOKHOUSE

766 9th Ave #2, New York, NY 10019

I love me some Thai food. I waited over an hour to eat this and it was so worth the wait. Pad See Ew or Pineapple Fried Rice are my favorites to order.

 

SWEET MOMENT

106 Mott St, New York, NY 10013

 

IPPUDO

65 4th Ave, New York, NY 10003

Another joint packed with people even at eleven at night. I waited over an hour again for this and wow. The shrimp was eh and weak, but the ramen was on point. For me, it was very similar to the ramen place I go to in LA, but still very good.

 

CHA CHA MATCHA

373 Broome St, New York, NY 10013

Who doesn’t love uniquely curated matcha drinks served at the cutest place ever? The matcha lemonade is for sure good!

 

CHELSEA MARKET

75 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011

This place isn’t exactly one restaurant; there’s tons of places to eat and shop inside the building. From what I experienced, it’s a popular place always bustling with New Yorkers and tourists. The Chelsea Market is a must go while you’re in town.

 

BY CHLOE

240 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10012

One of the best vegan places I’ve been too!! By Chloe is literally so so so good. And I recently found out that California has one too so I’m stoked to go tons more.

 

SADELLE’S

463 W Broadway, New York, NY 10012

Looking at these pictures makes me sad because now I want to eat it! This was my favorite restaurant because it was just that good. Plus, I have a low-key obsession with bagels. First, the place itself is gorgeous. Second, the salmon is to die for. Third, everything was literally perfect; the bagel, cream cheese, and even the waiter! When I’m back in the city I will come here first.

 

BROOKLYN CRAB

24 Reed St, Brooklyn, NY 11231

I think seafood tastes better in the East Coast than the West so I was super happy to come here. You can’t tell, but there was four different types of crab inside the pot all seasoned with cajun spices, which I completely devoured. And the oysters!! So good.

 

typical becky: green smoothie, tea, and a mouth full of pizza

The few days I was in New York I sure did eat a lot of good food. I never had bad food here, even when I went to the most random places for a quick bite or drink. Hope you enjoyed my food journey through the city. 

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