Thursday, May 12, 2011

A girl has to eat

Your assignment: tell me where I should eat in New York. Click on comments and type it up! Or email me!

DO IT.

11 comments:

Teej said...

Rice to Riches. Please.

leah u. said...

Tapas! Fondue!

http://www.kashkavalfoods.com/

Ramen!

http://www.ippudony.com/index.php

Jen Robinson said...

Dok Suni's is my favorite:
http://nymag.com/listings/restaurant/dok-sunis/

Also any of the Momofuku places!

And Shopsins is an experience:
http://www.shopsins.com/

dizz said...

Angelika's Kitchen in the East Village. Vegan and veggie goodies, THE most delicious ever! And cool too, of course.

Anonymous said...

any hot dog stand on the side of the road. they're wonderful!!

betsy said...

Cookshop. Good tables by the windows for people watching. Terrific cocktails. Nice waitstaff. Really fresh, interesting food but not too fancy.

binreddy said...

There is a restaurant called The Meatball Shop somewhere in the lower east side(I think from what I can remember). It's may be busy and crowded but definitely worth it. Whatever you decide to eat, make sure you leave room for dessert - they have killer ice cream sandwiches.
If you happen to make a stop in Brooklyn, try out a great Mexican restaurant called Tacos Metamoros.

Mandi said...

Oh, so many!

* Blue Ribbon Sushi in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
* The Chocolate Room in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
* Quantum Leap in the West Village.
* Joe's Shanghai Soup Dumplings in Chinatown.
* Chinatown Ice Cream Factory in Chinatown (duh)

Yum, enjoy!

cadiz12 said...

Shake Shack. the line is worth it. have fun!

Crafty Jenny said...

I heard a long time ago about some borough that had barrels of all kinds of pickled stuff, and ever since then, I've wanted to go to New York to eat pickles. But then I saw this...
http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/The-Pickle-District-No-More-52070257.html
So, I hope you find some pickles somewhere.

Crafty Jenny said...

And, to go w/ your pickles, eat here. I read about this place a while back. Sounds dreamy to me...

http://www.meltshopnyc.com/