Hello. I have been away from NY for 3 years and am finally coming to visit after being flavor- and variety-deprived in Germany all these years. I've compiled a list of all my favorite eats over the years, mostly cheap and kid-friendly, but I need your help editing and updating it for my trip. Do all these places even exist anymore?
Also, I would love suggestions on any new places I shouldn't miss. As you can see, I don't need a fancy 3-course meal as it's the little things that I love. I will be traveling with my husband and two boys aged 5 and 8, both lovers and explorers of good food.
Thanks in advance.
And sorry the list is a bit randomly (dis)organized:
Morgenstern's ice cream
Bouchon Bakery: Macarons
New Korean: Jeju, Baekjeong, Ms. Yoo, Mokbar
Daily Provisions: Crullers
Domenique Ansel Bakery: caneles, cronuts, everything
Spanish: Casa Mono
Ramen: Ivan Ramen
Shake shack (cheap)
The Breslin (pricey) - lamb burger
Salvation Burger (pricey)
Steak: Peter Lugar
Bagels: Essa bagel
Hummus Place on UWS
Russ & Daughters: Cured fish sandwiches
Mamoun's or Yatagan: falafel
Momofuku Saam Bar: Rice cakes, pork buns, brussel sprouts
Doughnuts: Doughnut Plant
Chocolate Chip cookies: Levin Bakery
Del Posto (priceyl
Pizza: Grimaldi's, Roberta's or DiFara
Katz Deli: pastrami sandwich
Hot dogs: Grays Papaya
BoKy: Noodle soup
Moon House: Fried tiny buns.
Shanghai Cafe: Soup dumplings
Tiffin Walla: Dosas
Dim sum: Ping's or Oriental Garden
Pam Real Food
Banh Mi: Bahn Mi Saigon
Eleven Madison Park
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