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Best Places to Eat in New York City by AhoyNewYork

by AhoyNewYork, posted to Food & Drink

Highlight some of the best places to eat in New York City.

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The Lobster Place

You can get the freshest lobster always steamed perfectly at The Lobster Place at the Chelsea Market.

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Han Joo


Han Joo has great pork belly, bursting with flavor, grilled right in front of you and they are also famous for their cold noodles.

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Apiary is a hidden gem during Restaurant Week. Their Chilled Corn Veloute is quite refreshing and their duck confit is bursting with flavor!

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Ippudo NY

Ippudo has the best ramen in all of the East Coast. The line typically stretches down the block but it is well worth the wait!

Claudia: Wow, can't wait to try it out :)

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Lasso Pizza

Love their pancetta and arugula pizza

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S'Mac is a great place for a snack or a small lunch in the East Village. S'Mac's sit down area is usually packed but their Mac N Cheese taste that much better in a cast iron skillet.

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Eileen's Cheesecake

There are a ton of places selling cheesecakes in NY but there is only one Eileen's Cheesecake!

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Georgetown Cupcake

Georgetown Cupcake opened up in SoHo not too long ago and it is quickly becoming one of the favorites

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Quan Sushi

Quan Sushi is go to place for sushi. It is tiny but their food is very fresh and it doesn't cost an arm and a leg. This is their Pink Lady Roll. It is loaded with salmon tempura, tuna, yellowtail & avocado, rolled in soy paper and served with a special sauce

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Tuck Shop

Tuck Shop makes awesome meat pies that are great for a quick snack or on the go

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Porsena is my go to place for pasta. It is cooked perfectly al dente and absolutely delicious!

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Baked By Melissa

So addictive!

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Jacques Torres Chocolate

Jacques Torres Chocolate Bar in Chelsea Market. My favorite spot for hot chocolate.

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Luke's Lobster

Easily the best lobster rolls in the city.

Josh Kirschner: Definitely not the best lobster rolls in the city. Fish Shack at BLT Fish and many other places are better.

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Nom Wah Tea Parlor

13 Doyers Street. The oldest Dim Sum parlor in Chinatown, make sure to try their traditional egg roll.

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Rouge Tomate

Suggested by Darya Mead

Went here on a business trip-- I don't usually go for hyper modern but the food was fabulous and well presented! Here's a pic of a dessert

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