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The Best Empanadas In NYC
Aside from the obvious allure of biting into a hot, crunchy pouch, the most exciting thing about NYC’s empanadas is the vast range of styles.
Rio De La Plata Bakery
Rio De La Plata is an Argentinian bakery in Elmhurst that we like a lot.
La Nueva Bakery
La Nueva Bakery in Jackson Heights makes tons of Colombian, Uruguayan, and Argentinian pastries and sweets.
Shelter is an Argentinian spot in Williamsburg that looks and feels like a ski chalet, but with more pizza and empanadas.
Buenos Aires is an Argentinian spot in the East Village with great empanadas, mollejas, and provoleta.
Criollas Baked Empanadas
Criollas Baked in Columbus Circle makes some of the best empanadas we've ever had.
El Gauchito is a classic Argentinian spot in Elmhurst with great empanadas and more meat than we could ever imagine.
Cafe Argentino is an Argentinian spot in Williamsburg with a great parrillada and live tango.
Nuchas Artisan Empanadas
Nuchas is an empanada stand near Koreatown with a huge variety of handheld treats.