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Spencer
Los Angeles

New York City, Manhattan

What are your favorite, new must eats in New York City?

I'm heading to NYC later this month for a week, my first time back in a couple years and looking to hit up as many cool new restaurants, food trucks, and craft cocktail bars, spending most of the trip in Midtown. Also taking recommendations for cool new hotels.


9 Answers

top answer by
Susan from New York City

My favorite, best new restaurants in the last year:

- Cosme (fine dining Mexican from Enrique Olvera who is basically the most famous fine dining chef in Mexico City) 

- Russ & Daughters (same owners as the original Russ and Daughters store) 

- Rebelle With a Gloss (brand spanking new from the owners of Pearl and Ash - amazing wine selection. Chef used to cook at Spring in Paris - 3 star Michelin) 

- Santina (from Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone - a 1960s Italian coastal themed restaurant in the meatpacking) 

- Marta (second it - also because the champagne lost is very affordable with many bottles around 60-80) 

- Sushi Nakazawa - best sushi omakase from the guy in Jiro Dreams of Sushi  

- Mu Ramen - ex Per Se chef turned ramen master. Way off the beaten path in Long Island city. 

- Dirty French - french Morraccan super fun delicious food amazing cocktails 

 So many more but those are my faves of late. 

 Cocktails  

- The The NoMad Bar (inside the nomad hotel - best cocktails, won a james beard for it. The nomad bar - not the elephant bar - also serves chicken pot pie with truffle and foie and large format cocktails 

- Dear Irving (by the Raines Law Room guys) 

- Maison Premiere - go for oyster happy hour weekends 4-7 pm for dollar oysters and great drinks 

- ZZ's Clam Bar - expensive drinks at 20 a pop but inventive and fun. Drinks served in a ceramic Buddha, gold pineapple or fresh pepper  

- would skip: Dead Drop, Pouring Ribbons which are both newer cocktail spots but miss the mark with balance 

- would revisit: Apothéke, Death + Company, The Dead Rabbit

 Hope that helps!!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Cosme (restaurant)
  2. Russ & Daughters (restaurant)
  3. Rebelle With a Gloss (restaurant)
  4. Santina (restaurant)
  5. Marta (restaurant)
  6. Sushi Nakazawa (restaurant)
  7. Mu Ramen (restaurant)
  8. Dirty French (restaurant)
  9. The NoMad Bar (restaurant)
  10. Dear Irving (restaurant)
  11. Maison Premiere (attraction)
  12. ZZ's Clam Bar (restaurant)
  13. Apothéke (restaurant)
  14. Death + Company (restaurant)
  15. The Dead Rabbit (restaurant)
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answered by
Emily from Chicago

Hi Spencer- A few of my favorite places in NYC over the past year have been John Dory Oyster Bar and Jacob's Pickles. John Dory is part of the Ace Hotel and offers a nice selection of sustainable seafood and great drinks. Jacob's Pickles bills themselves as "Southern Food with a Twist", I had a fried chicken sandwich on a biscuit and it was knockout!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. John Dory Oyster Bar (restaurant)
  2. Jacob's Pickles (attraction)
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answered by
Pippo from Sorrento, Italy

If you love oysters, I suggest the Grand Central Oyster Bar at the Central Station or the Mermaid Oyster Bar at the Greenwich Village, ideal place before going to the Blue Note for a nice Jazz evening.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Grand Central Oyster Bar (restaurant)
  2. Mermaid Oyster Bar (restaurant)
  3. Blue Note (attraction)
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answered by
Grace from New York City

Ah tough question, since the NYC restaurant scene is always changing! 

Food Trucks: Not as many Food Trucks lately, but I would check out food markets and food halls. The L train has been down on weekends to Smorgasburg, but if you take the 7 train from midtown to LIC Flea & Food there are a lot of vendors unique to the area like Malaysian curry from Curry Station or scallion pancake rolls from The Bao Shoppe. My favorite food court is Gotham West Market where you can enjoy everything from a cup of Blue Bottle Coffee or slurp a bowl of noodles from Ivan Ramen or check out City Kitchen or Brookfield Place for a similar experience. 

New Restaurants/Cocktails: Some may not actually be new, but new to me! There has been buzz around Upland, Bobby Flay's Gato, drinks at Piora, Angel's ShareEmployees Only, learn how to make a cocktail at The WrenKingside has tasty cocktails and an unforgettable caramel pudding (still on my mind), American cuisine at Harding's and I would sport an egg white mustache for the Harding's Sour any day! Bar Pitti for a classic Italian meal or Basta Pasta for a twist on Italian, like sea urchin pasta!  

I never had the opportunity to stay in a hotel in NYC, but I have had many brunches at Yotel New York and the hotel has a cool, futuristic vibe. 



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Smorgasburg (attraction)
  2. LIC Flea & Food (attraction)
  3. The Bao Shoppe (restaurant)
  4. Gotham West Market (restaurant)
  5. Blue Bottle Coffee (restaurant)
  6. Ivan Ramen (restaurant)
  7. City Kitchen (restaurant)
  8. Brookfield Place (attraction)
  9. Upland (restaurant)
  10. Gato (restaurant)
  11. Piora (restaurant)
  12. Angel's Share (restaurant)
  13. Employees Only (restaurant)
  14. The Wren (restaurant)
  15. Kingside (restaurant)
  16. Harding's (attraction)
  17. Bar Pitti (restaurant)
  18. Basta Pasta (restaurant)
  19. Yotel New York (hotel)
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answered by
Scott from San Francisco

Everything bagel with nova lox, served open faced at EssaBagel, crack pie from Momofuku Milk Bar, soppressata pizza at Motorino, the real deal macarons at Ladurée, chocolates at Leonidas Belgian Chocolates and/or La Maison Du Chocolat, and a hot hand cut pastrami sandwich, ordered at the counter NOT by waiter service (rookie mistake) at Katz's Delicatessen.  That ought to keep you full for a while.   


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. EssaBagel (restaurant)
  2. Momofuku Milk Bar (restaurant)
  3. Motorino (restaurant)
  4. Ladurée (restaurant)
  5. Leonidas Belgian Chocolates (restaurant)
  6. La Maison Du Chocolat (restaurant)
  7. Katz's Delicatessen (restaurant)
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answered by
Breanna from Los Angeles

I got this. 

C & C Prosperity Dumpling - you're welcome.

Don't bother with Momofuku Noodle Bar (crazy how fast this place fills up), I thought it was over-hyped and has nothing on Tatsu Ramen in LA. Momofuku Milk Bar, worth a cookie and the cereal ice cream. I still prefer Big Gay Ice Cream Shop.

The Spotted Pig for their burger and totally East Village vibe. The Pod 39 rooftop bar has my interest, not sure if it will be open when you go, but I mean:

Num Pang Sandwich Shop - SO GOOD.

Also, The NoMad Hotel and it's library (they serve cocktails!) has always been on my list...


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. C & C Prosperity Dumpling (restaurant)
  2. Momofuku Noodle Bar (restaurant)
  3. Momofuku Milk Bar (restaurant)
  4. Big Gay Ice Cream Shop (restaurant)
  5. The Spotted Pig (restaurant)
  6. Pod 39 (hotel)
  7. Num Pang Sandwich Shop (restaurant)
  8. The NoMad Hotel (hotel)
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answered by
Liza from New York City

There are so many amazing places, but a few to highlight are the following:


Happy to provide additional recommendations if you have specific neighborhoods/food requirements in mind!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Buvette (restaurant)
  2. Peasant (restaurant)
  3. Ippudo Westside (restaurant)
  4. RedFarm (restaurant)
  5. Chalk Point Kitchen (restaurant)
  6. il Buco Alimentari & Vineria (restaurant)
  7. Gato (restaurant)
  8. Marta (restaurant)
  9. North River Lobster Company (restaurant)
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answered first by
Rocio from Costa Rica

Hi Spencer! Let me recommend a nice bar: The Irish Pub, excellent ambience, outstanding food and perfect location. Shake Shack is very cool  and the best option of food trucks! A very nice Italian restaurant that I recommend is Maison and an excellent choice for a delicious breakfast is Le Pain Quotidien.

Hope this helps! Enjoy your visit to my favorite city in the world!

Saludos


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. The Irish Pub (attraction)
  2. Shake Shack (restaurant)
  3. Maison (restaurant)
  4. Le Pain Quotidien (restaurant)
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answered by
verity from London

I'm straight off the plane from NYC and I can recommend Beauty & Essex on Essex street, lower east side!

 Book in advance though.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Beauty & Essex (restaurant)




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