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At this counter-service Caribbean spot in Harlem, something with jerk sauce on it should be your go-to order.
The Best Doughnuts In NYC
From yeast and cake to mochi and vegan varieties, here's what to get when any old doughnut won't do.
Old Xi'an Delicacy
Old Xi'an Delicacy serves Northwestern Chinese food in FiDi. Prioritize the cold noodles with tofu skin or anything with cumin lamb.
The Doughnut Project
The Doughnut Project in the West Village always has interesting and experimental flavors. This place inspires a loyal following, and we can see why.
Fan Fan Doughnuts
This shop in Bed-Stuy specializes in long eclair-like filled doughnuts. You'll want to try one of everything.
Contrary to popular opinion, Caroline's Donuts has the best doughnuts in Bed-Stuy.
Mochinut in the East Village has over 20 colorful varieties of mochi doughnuts, which have subtly crispy outsides and soft and chewy centers.
Doughnut Plant on the LES has transcendent spongy, slightly dense, and chewy yeast doughnuts.
Cuts & Slices
Cuts & Slices is a pizza joint in Bed-Stuy with unique varieties like chicken & waffle and black truffle alfredo shrimp. But the oxtail pies are the number one reason to come here.
Cheong Fun Cart
Every morning at the corner of Hester and Elizabeth, you'll find this cart serving simple, springy, and pleasantly chewy meat-filled rice rolls that start at $1.50.
The problem with this location of Pick-A-Bagel on 77th and Lex is that you’re just not sure what you’re going to get.
The first permanent location for beloved Bengali food cart Tong adds new street foods to their longtime menu of excellent fuchka and chatpati.
This small Hell’s Kitchen Thai restaurant serves perfectly cooked chicken on rice, prepared three ways. It’ll become your new go-to lunch spot in the area.
Go grab a BEC on one of the huge Tempur-Pedic bagels at this bagel shop in Gramercy.
Dyker Park Bagels
Dyker Park bagels is a Bay Ridge bagel shop with a quality cream cheese selection.
The Italian sandwiches from this Florence import are huge, and you'll want to try every single one.
Chicken & The Egg
This mostly-takeout East Village spot has some of the better fried chicken sandwiches in the city.
Antojitos Mexicanos in Sunset Park has great tacos, and judging by the constant flow of traffic here, people are aware of this.
A-Pou's Taste is a beloved Taiwanese spot in East Williamsburg known for their signature potstickers and life-saving lunch specials.