Bourke Street Bakery started out in Sydney, but now there’s a big, bright location on 28th Street. This is fortunate for anyone who lives in the area - because the pastries here are incredibly good (and deserve to be eaten by you). We especially like the big flaky croissants and the rich chocolate tarts, and we’d travel several miles on a subway without AC just to eat their maple bacon danish. There are also a bunch of other things like bread, muffins, sausage rolls, and sandwiches. If you find yourself nearby in the morning, stop by for an excellent BEC. Either take it to go, or grab one of the tables to side and hang out for a bit.
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Nonono is a Japanese restaurant in Nomad where you can try a ton of great food and still have an affordable dinner.
An underground izakaya on 35th Street best used for drunk nights after a show at Madison Square Garden.
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Two Hands is a coffee shop and cafe in Little Italy full of very nice and very good looking Australians. But yeah, you’re there for a latte. Sure.
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We wish there was a Daily Provisions on every corner, so that we would never be far from their excellent breakfast and lunch.
La Pecora Bianca
A pleasant Italian restaurant in Nomad that makes all of its pasta from whole grains, we don’t love La Pecora Bianca, but we can accept it.
Ferris is a restaurant in Nomad where you can get a very interesting plate of food that you don’t necessarily want to eat.
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