The Ultimate Guide to New York Restaurants

One of the best things about visiting New York is the food! I don’t think there is another city that could surpass New York in the sheer amount as well as the variety of restaurants at your finger tips. Not to mention that everything stays open late, so no matter what hour you are craving something–I’m pretty sure you could find it in the Big Apple!




I’ve been meaning to do a restaurant post for ages, so I’ve finally compiled what I think are the best restaurants to visit on a trip to New York (full disclosure – there are a few on the list I haven’t been to, but are high on my list of places to try). I’ve strictly stuck to restaurants in this post, but I’m definitely going to have to do another post on the best treats, coffee shops, and drinking holes in NYC. Don’t even get me started on the cookies from Levain Bakery and Momofuku Milk Bar! Soooo goood!

My advice is to bookmark this page and save it as a reference for your next trip to New York!

Upper West

Midtown/Times Square




Flatiron/Gramercy:

Chelsea/Meatpacking:

Nolita/Soho/TriBeCa

The Village (West/East/Greenwich)




Lower East Side

DUMBO – For when you’ve crossed the Brooklyn Bridge and need a slice of pizza!

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Looking for more travel Tips?

Traveling Chic’s New York City Restaurant Guide Here.

Traveling Chic’s New York City Hotel Guide Here.

If you’re planning a trip with your family or kids, check out Traveling Chic’s list of kid-friendly recommendations here.

If you’re visiting over the holidays, check out Traveling Chic’s “Christmas in New York” travel guide here.

 




What’s your favorite restaurant? Should I add something to the list?

Happy Travels!

xo, Jenny

10 Comments

  1. Tracy
    June 19, 2017 / 7:30 pm

    No Upper East Side faves?

  2. Talia
    June 20, 2017 / 6:02 am

    You missed a bunch but two notably, Jacks Wife Frieda, around the corner from Balthazar and great for breakfast, and Blue Ribbon.

  3. June 27, 2017 / 6:24 am

    Fab post. Great breakdown of places in each area of New York.

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