RESTAURANT ADVICE FOR A FIRST NY TIMER.
I NEED A RESTAURANT ADVICE FOR A NY FIRST TIMER.
I WOULD LIKE TO TRY ORIGINAL NY FOOD AND A MOST IF YOU TRAVEL TO NY.
THANK YOU EVERYONE.
Can you give more information about your preferences and budget? Are you willing to travel to any neighborhood? Right off the bat, I would recommend Katz for pastrami and Joe's for a slice of pizza. There are also numerous postings on bagels/pizza and other NY "local" specialties.
Enjoy your trip and I'm sure you'll get more help if you provide more info.
Peter Lugar in Brooklyn for steak you will never forget. Both places are worth the wait. The Carnegie in Manhattan for Jewish deli like you will not get or see anywhere. Get a delicious Pastrami sandwich (The size of 2 hands!) that will melt your heart like good news. Eat the garlic pickles they give you not the bright green ones and use mustard on your sandwich which will come on rye. Get a hot dog and papaya drink at Grey's Papaya in Manhattan and read the signs on the walls about Columbus and the benefits of the Papaya. Go to Mot street in China town and feel your choice. There it is..advice from a native New Yorker of 5 generations who now lives in Boston
One interesting spot is Congee Village in China Town. This is a huge restaurant that has several authentic offerings but more interesting is that it has private karaoke rooms on the lower floors. These are quite an experience to simply walk by.
For pizza, I am a sucker for John's of Bleecker but I love a really cheesy pizza, which this certainly provides.
I get tired of people arguing over "best hot dog." To me, the good ones all taste the same and the bad ones are just bad. How about great sausage? One good spot is Lederhosen on Grove St. in the West Village. All sorts of wurst and beer served by the liter make this little spot a fairly authentic German dig.
Enjoy your time here. You will be dazzled even if you happen to miss all of our suggestions.
Thank you for your Opinions: about a good steak, falafel, good jewish deli is going to be very useful.
PLEASE KEEP IT COMING.