Jared Trotsky: Grab a slice, soda and some knots. Shanna Level: Best pizza I've had in a while, down to the sesame seed crust.
Nicole Check: Chili pizza is EVERYTHING so good it makes you think yyou'rein the streets of DR eating. Joel Maya: I recommend the Quite Hills Steak, Empanada DE Pizza, Lasagna, and Spinach.
Fauna Novae: visit o bode Assad do Geraldo, SE megastar DE UMA pizza costs visit a chusrrascaria do Gaúcho.... A C: The barren con quest (eggplant with cheese) is my favorite.
Matt: Whole poll and rice in beans + YMCA+ peril . My belly is happy. Brew York: Craft beer heads north at this Upper Manhattan joint with 24 beers on tap, plenty more by the bottle, and Korean-inspired pub grub like Pork & Kimchi Tacos and Fried Brussels Sprouts with Chili Sauce.
The Wall Street Journal: The menu includes cow heart skewers for the brave and pork belly with charred dates for the slightly less adventurous. For those who prefer more classic bar snacks, the nachos ($12) are very good.
Esther Motto: Really cheap and filling lunch specials that include a glass of wine. Michael Eaton D'Amino: Their house Marinara sauce is wonderful.
Patch checked out what your fellow New Yorkers had to say on Yelp to determine where you should be grabbing a slice in Washingtonians Linwood. Allison C says it's as good as the original: “Just like its big sister downtown, the Coronet in Wadi will give you a slice the size of an infant for $3, and you'll be full for the rest of the day.
Helper Fred P said: “Conveniently located right next to the stairs of the 168th street stop, this was my go-to pizza place in Washingtonians. The 2 cheese slices for $4 is a great deal to get a filling meal for cheap.
I have tried pepperoni, bacon, sausage, mushroom, and spinach, but the plain cheese is my favorite. Washingtonians has a couple rivers, the world’s busiest bridge, and a Met Museum where you’ll find a series of massive unicorn tapestries.
Despite only being about two avenues wide, this area north of Harlem has an abundance of Dominican, Italian, Puerto Rican, and Mexican restaurants, just to name a few. Florida serves a large variety of Cuban and Dominican food, like moving, Sophos, and rotisserie chicken, but the reason you’re here is for the Cuban sandwich.
The $6 sandwich is very filling, with fatty ham, roast pork, and Swiss cheese, but the browned, pressed bread holds it together more tightly than a Victorian-era corset. Florida is open 24 hours a day, so order a sandwich with a coffee at the diner counter or a beer at the bar in the back.
The very long menu at Male con, a casual Dominican spot with three locations around the city, is illustrated with pictures of their dishes, like whole-fried snapper and moving DE Cimarron. It’s a tiny French spot with exposed brick walls covered in old photographs, and when you stop by, you’ll probably see one of the owners walking around, opening bottles of wine, and chatting with everyone.
So if you need a charming spot where you can talk to a nice stranger and eat a big plate of COQ Au VIN, The Pandering Pig is an excellent choice. Unlike many other spots with neon signs on the walls, this bakery has been open since 1979 and the cake slices are taller than your coffee mug.
Order a glass of wine, and eat a CLIFF bar in what looks like the country villa of Catherine de Medici. This is a good spot for a casual group dinner, and we especially like it for a quick meal in the bar area where you can watch sports on TV and smoke some hookah (if you’re into that).
The very good pies are made in a brick oven and come topped with things like black truffle oil and suppressant, which you can enjoy with beer or wine. You can stop by at 11pm on a Tuesday, grab a table, and eat some perfectly decent Mexican food, like steak tacos or an all pastor burrito.
Even if it’s your first time sitting down at a candlelit table in the small, dark dining room or covered backyard at Maggie, you’ll feel like you’ve been coming here for years. La Chile is an exceedingly Irish pub with two floors, a view of the George Washington Bridge, and faded pink walls covered in old photos and posters.
Try this spot for a casual weeknight sushi meal or just order delivery the next time you’re feeling a strong emotional bond with your couch. This converted garage is mostly a takeout spot, but if the weather is nice, order some gelato and sit at one of the sidewalk seats along Wadsworth Ave.
This ramen spot and sake bar is casual enough for a solo dinner, intimate enough for a date night, reliable for takeout, and pleasant enough to get drinks with a friend. The “Celebrity sandwiches” and “Classics” are the most popular orders and a good place to start, but if you’re here before 10 a.m., the breakfast burrito is also a solid choice.
A C: Great café with delicious pastries and fast Wi-Fi during the day, wonderful dinner spot with bomb pizza at night. Kendrick Cato: Great, mixed drinks.