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Where To Eat And Drink In Coney Island
Hot dogs, candy apples, enormous tortas, and more good stuff to eat before you ride the Wonder Wheel.
Caffè Panna is an Italian ice cream spot in Gramercy that makes some of the best dessert in the city.
Fifth Hammer Brewing Company
Fifth Hammer is one of the best places to drink with a group in LIC.
Mikkeller Brewing NYC
Mikkeller is a famous Danish brewery with a great taproom attached to Citi Field.
The Grand Delancey
The Grand Delancey is a beer bar in the bottom of Essex Market on the LES and it’s a great place to bring a group.
Emmy Squared UES
Of course the UES has an Emmy Squared now, and the pizza here is just as good as it is at their other locations.
Queens Brewery is a massive brewery and beer bar in Ridgewood where you can bring your own food and play cornhole.
Evil Twin Brewing NYC
Evil Twin’s Ridgewood tap room is a great place to have a birthday party or hang out with your friends and their toddlers on a weekend afternoon.
The Queensboro Restaurant
If you’re looking for a classic American brunch with a big group in Jackson Heights, The Queensboro is where you should go.
J.G. Melon’s UWS outpost is, like the original, a good spot for a cheeseburger and some delicious cottage fries.
15 Bars Where You Can Bring Your Kids
Where to get a drink when you’re hanging out with your children.
Nathan’s sells hot dogs all over the country, but it all started at this spot on Coney Island.
Quality Eats UES
The Upper East Side location of the casual steakhouse that started in the West Village.
Habana Outpost is an extremely casual Cuban/American spot in Fort Greene with a huge outdoor patio where they play movies during the summer.