7 Spots to Get Your Dumpling Fix in NYC
With the changing of the seasons, we also switch up our cuisines. As the fall breezes blow in, we yearn for some fare that’s a bit more warming. September 26th marks National Dumpling Day. Lots of local eateries offer their own handmade variations, so be sure to sample a few from these local hotspots. Featuring Bao Teahouse, Hunan Slurp, Pierogi Boys, and more.
Holiday Dining & Beyond: Great Private Party Spaces in NYC
New York restaurants are notoriously short on space, but we've gathered up some great exceptions for holiday and special occasion dining in a private party group space as only New York can do it.
5 Greek Restaurants to Try in NYC
When the sun is shining and temperatures are moderate, light, fresh fare is ideal. Whether health-conscious foodies are seeking lunch offerings or a delicious meal for dinnertime, Greek in New York City is the way to go.
This is Where to Get Chocolate in NYC
New York knows chocolate. Whether you're looking for a classic like Hershey's or a refined version like Godiva, you'll find all kinds of sweet takes on everyone's favorite dessert.
Sweet Treats to Try Before the End of Summer in NYC
From s'more creations to rich ice cream, New York has a slew of sweet treats for finishing your summer on a decadent note. Check out our picks for some must-try end of summer desserts that will help you beat the heat.
11 Celebrity Chef Restaurants Not to Miss in NYC
Come to New York, and taste the actual dishes that make chefs into celebrities. Whether you’re looking to catch a glimpse of Antoni from Queer Eye or sample Michelin-starred cuisine at Gramercy Tavern, enjoy some of the best food in the city from some of the brightest names in the culinary world at these celebrity chef-run restaurants.
Le Privé: New and Classic French in Hell's Kitchen
Now on 10th Avenue in Hell's Kitchen, it’s “French dining, redefined.” Come to the new bistro Le Privé for escargots, beignets, salad nicoise, and a range of other French dishes in the comfort of a red-ceilinged dining room decked with chandeliers.
NYC’s Best Mediterranean Restaurants
You don’t need to travel around the world to experience a taste of the Mediterranean. From Greek to Turkish to southern French, the eats from this favorite region of Europe are a must-try for anyone who loves a new dish. New York City is a hub for diversity, and that includes its cuisine; at these five establishments, you can experience the healthy, vibrant taste of the Mediterranean right in the heart of NYC.
5 Best Spots for National Fajita Day in NYC
Some like it hot! You can celebrate Tex-Mex flavors on August 18, National Fajita Day, in 5 great venues around NYC.
Kids Eat Free at the Ramen Mecca Ichiran Times Square
Ichiran in Times Square has New York City's most authentic ramen. Use City Guide's coupon and kids eat free!
Award-Winning Wine and Greek Cuisine at Nerai NYC
Nerai, an upscale restaurant in Manhattan, brings Greece to Midtown East. Experience the fresh flavors of the Aegean Sea with a range of delicious seafood dishes, hummus, housemade feta, and grilled pita bread.
Winging It: 5 Takes on Chicken Wings in NYC
Many foodies enjoy sampling a variety of chicken wing dishes. There are plenty of choices in New York City for chicken lovers to explore, from traditional dishes served with buffalo sauce and blue cheese to more exotic Korean and Vietnamese versions.
Where to Celebrate National Oyster Day in NYC
Bonkers over bivalves? Silly for seafood? New York City has many places where you can down a dozen oysters at dinner, happy hour, and other occasions, especially apt just now as Monday, August 5th is National Oyster Day!
6 Smashing Avocado Toasts in NYC
Granted, avocado toast had its moment a few years ago. But let’s be honest: we’re all still eating (and Instagramming) it. An import from Australia, this creamy, crunchy concoction satisfies vegans and omnivores alike. Below are some of the most exemplary avocado toasts in New York, some tricked out with veggies, sauces, and salmon, and others simple and satisfying.
Table for 1? 9 NYC Restaurants Where It's Cool to Dine Solo
Dining alone in New York City is an art form unto itself. Whether you’re traveling for business or looking to escape your roommates for the evening, you’ll be one of many looking for some food with your solitude. The following New York restaurants feature big, inviting bar areas where you can eat solo in style.
Maxim's Comes to The Norm: A Parisian Pop-Up at the Brooklyn Museum
The world’s most famous restaurant is coming to Brooklyn. Experience Maxim’s, the Paris restaurant that is the first name in fine dining, at an exclusive pop-up coming to the Brooklyn Museum.
What You'll Experience at the Times Square Ichiran, New York's Most Authentic Ramen
Japan's most beloved ramen restaurant, Ichiran, has brought its delicious ramen to NYC! Ichiran has three locations between Manhattan and Brooklyn, with its newest in a chic space right in the heart of Times Square.
6 Great Summer Steakhouse Specials in NYC
This summer, savor the city’s best steaks for less! The following restaurants are offering deals for Restaurant Week, new dishes, and prix fixe menus for the season. Get ready for prime ribeye, fresh seafood, tropical drinks, and coconut pie, only at these New York steakhouses this summer.
The Cold Brew of the Summer: The Nitro Molé Mocha at Starbucks Reserve Roastery
The cold brew of summer is here. The Nitro Molé Mocha brings together Starbucks Reserve™ espresso, dark chocolate mocha, and almond milk. The result is a decadent and velvety cold coffee treat, with notes of molé and vanilla.
Where to Pick Up Food for Your Central Park Picnic
New York City doesn’t get much better than a sunny day in Central Park. Here are several options for your picnic, whether you’re looking for a DIY feel, a grill-out day with restaurant steaks, or a concierge picnic service.
6 Great Restaurants for Seasonal Eating in the Flatiron District
The Flatiron District, which boasts some of the city’s top restaurants, features several seasonally minded spots with new menus for the season. Here are six places to enjoy summer eats in the Flatiron, like seasonal fish, pork belly with strawberries, and juicy tomatoes.
Where to Eat After Visiting the Statue of Liberty
This year, thousands and thousands will take the Statue Cruises ferry to New York’s iconic Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island. After your trip across New York Harbor, it’ll be high time for a pick-me-up. Whether you’re looking for a lobster roll, a waterfront view, and/or or a stiff cocktail, they’re all waiting nearby in the Financial District at the tip of Manhattan. Read on for 8 great restaurants located a short walk from the Statue Cruises dock.
Meal Deal: Applebee's Coupon for New York City
Looking for a lively casual dining experience? Applebee's delivers, with simple, craveable American fare and classic drinks that can't be beat.
Patrick's Restaurant & Oyster Bar Comes to Times Square
New to Times Square, Patrick’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar has arrived on 42nd Street. Come to this dining destination before a show, after a trip to nearby Madame Tussauds, or pretty much anytime you could use a Patrick’s Painkiller.
Where to Eat and Drink at the New TWA Hotel at JFK Airport
In addition to 512 rooms and an on-site museum on the history of TWA, the TWA Hotel contains several new bars and restaurants open to the public. Next time you’re coming in or out of JFK, stop by one of the following 6 spots to eat and drink in style.