Posted by: Orlick | October 7, 2008

SeriousEats NYC Guide

SeriousEats gave out a best of list. I love lists and SeriousEats is one of the very few websites I check daily. Below are some of my most relevant choices, but check out the entire list here.

1. Best Pizza
Una Pizza Napolatana: 349 East 12th Street, New York NY 10003
Di Fara: 1424 Avenue J, Brooklyn NY 11230
Totonno’s: 1524 Neptune Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11224

2. Best Burger
Telepan: 72 West 69th Street, New York NY 10023
Union Square Cafe: 21 East 16th Street, New York NY 10003
Hundred Acres: 38 Macdougal Street, New York NY 10012
Peter Luger’s: 178 Broadway, Brooklyn NY 11211
Fairway Cafe: 2127 Broadway, New York NY 10023
Shake Shack: Madison Square Park, East 23rd Street and Madison Avenue, New York NY

4. Best Late-Night Eats
Blue Ribbon Brasserie – fried chicken
Greater New York Noodletown – shrimp wonton soup and suckling pig

5. Best Bar Food
Del Posto: 85 Tenth Avenue, New York NY 10011
Gramercy Tavern – meatball sandwich
Il Struzzichini: 928 Broadway, New York City NY 10010
Bar at The Modern – tarte flambe (Alsatian pizza with bacon) and the liverwurst

11. Best Bagel
The mini bagels from Absolute Bagels.

13. Best Chinese Food
Greater New York Noodletown: 28 Bowery, New York NY 10013
Szechuan Gourmet: 21 West 39th Street, New York NY 10018
Chinatown Brasserie: 380 Lafayette Street, New York NY 10003 (map);

16. Best Streetside Bargain Lunch
Gray’s Papaya Recession Special or the barbecued pork banh mi sandwich at Paris Sandwich or the ribs over rice at Big Wong.

19. Best Bargain Italian Food
Celeste on the Upper West Side, Bianca in the Village, Fiore in Williamsburg. Chef-owner Giancarlo Quaddalti provides value like no other great Italian cook in New York.

20. Best Barbecue
Barbecue is one of those things where each place in New York only does one or two things really well. Daisy May’s whole roast suckling pig has to be ordered in advance, but the delicious short ribs are available every day. The Flintstonian beef ribs at Blue Smoke are a source of much gnawable pleasure, and the moist brisket at Hill Country is indeed a beautiful thing.
Daisy May’s: whole roast suckling pig (order in advance), short ribs
Blue Smoke: Flintstonian beef ribs
Hill Country: brisket

Check out the complete guide here

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