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9.0

Nepali Bhanchha Ghar

Hannah Albertine
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8.9

L’Industrie Pizzeria

Hannah Albertine
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8.9

Absolute Bagels

Hannah Albertine
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8.9

Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop

Carina Finn
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8.9
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7.7

NYC Review

Jerk House

At this counter-service Caribbean spot in Harlem, something with jerk sauce on it should be your go-to order.

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NYC Guide

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.

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7.5

NYC Review

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.

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NYC Review

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.

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NYC Review

Fan Fan Doughnuts

This shop in Bed-Stuy specializes in long eclair-like filled doughnuts. You'll want to try one of everything.

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NYC Review

Caroline's Donuts

Contrary to popular opinion, Caroline's Donuts has the best doughnuts in Bed-Stuy.

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NYC Review

Mochinut

Mochinut in the East Village has over 20 colorful varieties of mochi doughnuts, which have subtly crispy outsides and soft and chewy centers.

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NYC Review

Doughnut Plant

Doughnut Plant on the LES has transcendent spongy, slightly dense, and chewy yeast doughnuts.

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8.2

NYC Review

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.

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7.6

NYC Review

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.

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6.3

NYC Review

Pick-A-Bagel

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.

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NYC Review

Tong

The first permanent location for beloved Bengali food cart Tong adds new street foods to their longtime menu of excellent fuchka and chatpati.

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7.8

NYC Review

Three Roosters

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.

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NYC Review

David's Bagels

Go grab a BEC on one of the huge Tempur-Pedic bagels at this bagel shop in Gramercy.

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NYC Review

Dyker Park Bagels

Dyker Park bagels is a Bay Ridge bagel shop with a quality cream cheese selection.

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7.9

NYC Review

All'Antico Vinaio

The Italian sandwiches from this Florence import are huge, and you'll want to try every single one.

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7.7

NYC Review

Chicken & The Egg

This mostly-takeout East Village spot has some of the better fried chicken sandwiches in the city.

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NYC Review

Antojitos Mexicanos

Antojitos Mexicanos in Sunset Park has great tacos, and judging by the constant flow of traffic here, people are aware of this.

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NYC Review

A-Pou's Taste

A-Pou's Taste is a beloved Taiwanese spot in East Williamsburg known for their signature potstickers and life-saving lunch specials.

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8.3

NYC Review

Bellucci's Pizzeria

Stop by this Astoria pizza shop for their pillowy crust, silky vodka sauce, and legendary clam pies.