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The Brooklyn location of this uptown staple has the same top-tier smashburgers as the original. Stop by before an event at Barclays Center.
Open since the '90s, Mo's Burgers is a Harlem food truck where you can get a burger for $2.50 and a fantastic lemonade to go along with it.
Mochinut in the East Village has over 20 colorful varieties of mochi doughnuts, which have subtly crispy outsides and soft and chewy centers.
Dog Day Afternoon
Dog Day Afternoon is a neighborhood gem serving Chicago-style Italian sandwiches in Windsor Terrace.
Crif Dogs exists to support the lifestyle of the young, drunk, cash-strapped and hungry. Open until 4am on the weekends and 2am during the week, this is an all hours Neighborhood Hang, ideal for Late Night Eats, cheap beers and a game of Ms. Pacman.
Wurstbar is a casual bar in Jersey City with lots of ciders, poutines, and sausages.
Nathan’s sells hot dogs all over the country, but it all started at this spot on Coney Island.
Feltman’s Of Coney Island
The founder of Feltman’s allegedly invented the hot dog, and this Coney Island spot still makes some of the best hot dogs around.
Rippers is a Rockaway Beach boardwalk staple serving burgers, hot dogs, beer, and some truly superior cheese fries.