Where To Eat In New York City

by Aishling

Bluestone Lane
1114 6th Ave, New York

I have to thank Lorna from Lc’s Closet for this one. Grab an early morning coffee and my favourite – almond butter on toast – and venture around the corner to Bryant Park. There is no better place to sit and eat breakfast on a sunny morning in NYC. I hear the smashed avocado toast is also a winner.


149 West 4th Street #2, New York

A short walk from Washington Square Park, this Thai restaurant offers a range of traditional dishes. The peanut wok stir-fry is the best I’ve had.<.p>


PN Pizza
2 W 28th St, New York

The. Best. Pizza. I’m sure many people would argue that, considering NY is filled with pizza joints. Made from organic flours, the range of different homemade pizza doughs makes this place stand out. The Salamino (tomato pulp, fresh mozzarella and spicy salami) is the definition of delicious.


16 Handles
178 8th Ave, New York

I can’t talk about food in America and not mention frozen yogurt. There are a number of stores scatted around the city. With a range of fro-yo flavours and all of the toppings you could ever want. The best treat after a day spent exploring the city. For the best fro-yo on the West Coast, check out my San Francisco food guide.


57 Jane St, New York

Famous for their made-to-order Guacamole, this Mexican bar & grill is a great place for Friday night food and drinks with friends. The cocktails are very good. The waiters are really friendly. And the food is on point.


156 10th Ave, New York

When you need to re-fuel after wandering along the High Line, swing by the Cookshop for American grub or their popular brunch. The focus on using sustainable ingredients and supporting farmers and artisans means the food is both good quality and very tasty.


Chop Shop
254 10th Ave, New York

If this was in London, I would go here for lunch all the time. This Pan-Asian restaurant offers an eclectic mix of Asian cuisines. The chicken pad Thai gets a massive thumbs up.


Refinery Rooftop
Refinery Hotel, 63 W 38th St, New York

A rooftop bar over looked by The Empire State Building. OK. Technically this is not one for a food list. But it’s definitely worth a mention. The cocktails are expensive. But the views are priceless.

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