New York City has little pizza-by-the-slice joints practically on every corner. And to be honest, most of them are really good. That said, I like to go to Joe’s Pizza in the West Village. It’s so damn good and they are open until 4am. I love a couple slices of cheese well done.New York City
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Hudson Clearwater is one of my go to’s when in Manhattan. I try and go every time I am in town. It’s a local joint in the Village which is a great neighborhood. They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the food is excellent always and anytime. I love the feeling of this place […]New York City
I like The Dutch. It’s in the SoHo Neighborhood of Manhattan and only a few blocks from the West Village. Another cool neighborhood. Nothing fancy here, the prices are reasonable, really good vibe and the food and drinks are tasty. One of their specialties is their fried chicken and it was delicious. I like this […]New York City
I love small, intimate, funky joints. Huertas is just that. It’s located in the East Village which is one of my favorite neighborhoods in the city. Huertas serves Basque-influenced fare, evoking the lively eating and drinking culture of Northern Spain and creatively inspired by NYC. I started out with a Seafood Tin called Caballa. Mackerel in Olive […]New York City
Gramercy Tavern is one of famous restauranteur, Danny Meyer’s, signature restaurants. It is in the Flatiron District/Union Square area of Manhattan which is a cool area. You can either eat in the main dining room which is fancier and has a bigger menu or eat in the Tavern which is walk in and a smaller menu. […]New York City
As you know, I love dive joints. Hole in the wall places. But that doesn’t mean I don’t like upscale too. Especially when it is in a fun and festive atmosphere. Cosme is just that. Cosme is a restaurant in New York City’s Flatiron District serving contemporary Mexican-inspired cuisine. World-renowned Chef Enrique Olvera and his team […]New York City
The first NYC restaurant from Tokyo chef Takatoshi Nagara, Mr. Taka Ramen dishes up a compact menu of Japanese snacks and several varieties of ramen, plus beer and sake, in a cozy, simple storefront with light-wood tables and an open kitchen. And, this joint is in the Lower East Side which is such a fun area […]New York City