126 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in New York.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
La Dinastia is a classic Chino Latino spot in Washington Heights. Make sure to order some of the awesome fried rice.
The Bund is a Forest Hills Shanghainese spot with excellent dumplings and wontons.
Liu’s Shanghai is a Chinese spot in Bath Beach that serves both Shanghainese and Cantonese dishes.
Tang is a Korean spot in Flushing with excellent seolleongtang. It’s also open 24/7.
Tarim Uyghur Food is a food stall inside Flushing's New World Mall with especially good kebabs.
The Chick Inn in Hamilton Heights serves excellent Peruvian grilled chicken any way you like it.
Upside Pizza in Soho is a great slice shop that serves a tangy cheese slice made with sourdough.
La Nueva Bakery in Jackson Heights makes tons of Colombian, Uruguayan, and Argentinian pastries and sweets.
Hummus Kitchen is a casual Middle Eastern spot in Kips Bay serving great hummus, along with about 10 other delicious things.
This Gramercy Park Roman Italian restaurant is an excellent place for date night, brunch, or just went you want a great bowl of pasta.
Tufino Pizzeria in Astoria serves some of the best pizza in Queens, all of which can be made vegan or gluten-free.
Wild is an upscale spot in the West Village with lots of gluten-free and vegan options.
Rome To Brooklyn in East Williamsburg serves a wide range of pizzas and fried calzones, including a bunch of vegan options.
Artistic Pizza in Greenwich Village serves a variety of vegan and non-vegan slices you should definitely take to Washington Square Park.