Dominique Ansel


Dominique Ansel

At this point, today's Friday Fives guest should need no introduction. Dominique Ansel is the man responsible for the most important thing to happen to human food consumption since the refrigerator, The Cronut®. He is also the reason that desserts may soon have patents.

If you follow Dominique on Instagram, then you know he eats out a lot. The man spent six years working as the pastry chef at Daniel, and clearly knows his way around a kitchen. He also knows his way around New York City restaurants, as evidenced by his Perfect For picks.

Check out Dominique's favorite spots to eat savory things around town, and let us know if you get your hands on one of those cookie milk shot things.

Dominique's "perfect for" picks

Sergimmo Salumeria Perfect For: Neighborhood Hang 456 9th Ave

"For wonderful small dishes and house-cured charcuterie."

Tehuitzingo Deli Grocery Perfect For: Cheap Eats 695 10th Ave.

"A small taco window just behind a deli. One of the last true bodegas in NY."

Clinton St. Baking Company Perfect For: Brunch 4 Clinton St.

"Really does do a good pancake (and I'm usually a savory brunch guy.)"

Wallflower Perfect For: Honest Cocktail 235 W. 12th St.

"Order the Sho Sho or the Shush"

Sushi Nakazawa Perfect For: Quality Fish 23 Commerce St.

"Sushi Nakazawa's scallops are still moving when they sit on top of the rice. It's omakase sushi at its best."

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