We had the “suger cookie dough with salted caramel and pure chocolate chips”. It’s Dolicous.
Junior’s Cheesecake. Famous and one of the best cheesecakes in New York City.
Katz’s deli, a NY institution. In the Lower Eastside and pretty soon also in Brooklyn.
A simple concept and the largest open air food market in America. Smorgasburg.
A huge hit for more than 10 years, The Spotted Pig in the midst of the Westvillage.
Step into a Meatball Shop and find yourself in meatball heaven. And in a cool place.
Eataly NYC downtown. Dine in the Oculus with an amazing view on the 09/11 memorial.
Maman NYC. Picture perfect food, drinks and decor. A favorite coffeeshop in NYC.
If you’re into chic wining and dining then you’ll want to go here.
Ludlow Coffee Supply. A cool litte coffee spot in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
The Loeb Boathouse, a beautifull location in Central Park with its Lake Side Restaurant.
“Hey Ryan, can we please get the check and a doggy bag for our leftover lunch?
A fancy hotel, a long red curtain and a long line of people. Waiting for the Best Burger in NYC.
Miss Lily’s and the Jamaican Juice Master Melvin. For your daily dose of vitamins.
Spending a summernight on one of the many Rooftop bars just about beats everything.
The Butchers Daughter, a “juice bar, cafe and vegetable slaughterhouse”.
Brookfield Place and the One World Observatory. A perfect combination downtown on the Hudson.
Just think; it all started with making cupcakes out of leftover cakedough …
Cafe Gitane in the West Village has been a hip, hot and happening place for years.
Dutch Kills Centraal. A neighborhood bar in LIC, Queens. A New York City hotspot.
Fanelli’s, right in the middle of SoHo, is one of the oldest restaurants in Manhattan.
You won’t find chic ladies sipping tea and eating scones with clotted cream here.
Rooftopbar The Ides is on the 6th floor of The very popular Wythe Hotel.
The Tick Tock Diner, your all American diner. Fresh blueberry pancakes anyone?
New York style Italy and a favorite place to meet & greet for the locals.
Be eatertained at Buddakan, the food is great as is the atmosphere.
Where the National Biscuit Company used to bake, among other things, the Oreo cookie.
Sweetleaf, the sweetest little coffeeshop, in Queens has old and new written all over it.
When the word “Bar” caught our eyes we quickly decided to go see what was there.
What a cool place and what a good atmosphere. Laid back, easygoing & causal cool.
A great place to grab a beer and have a chat with one of the locals.
Next time I’ll have to try the meatballs. Locales signature dish.
Over a 100 vendors, artists and designers offer their goods.
Someone told us about this place: “amazingly good burgers at a reasonable price”.
The 15 tables were constantly filled and it was very busy at the sushi-to-go counter.
If you really want to get a taste of “downtown”, go and have a cup of coffe at Mojo.
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