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Antipasti, egg creams, cheesecake, Yemeni food, fish markets--whatever you're looking for in the Bronx, Chowhounds can help you find it. Or share your favorite restaurants, bars, and food shops.

Beyond Cracker Jacks: A Dad and Daughter Take a Culinary Tour of Yankee Stadium

Historically, no sport is associated with food as much as baseball. Hot dogs and peanuts are almost as integral to a game as bats and gloves. Cracker Jacks even get a lyrical shout out in seventh inning...
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NY June restaurants report back

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by Belkisw 13 days ago

We came to NY in late June for a week to see friends, family and have some good food and I thought worth putting together a little write-up. The highlights were the two Mexican spots we went to,...

First post-covid restaurant choice?

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by vinouspleasure 4 months ago

We received our first shot last week, so about 4 weeks until full vaccination. We're not sure what CDC guidance will be at that point but at least starting to consider our first post-covid meal......

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Mr Softee ice cream trucks ARE NOT KOSHER!!!

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by bl1234 2 months ago

Mr Softee’s ice cream trucks DO contain SOME kosher packaged items but even though they say Kof-K on them they are DEFINITELY not certified by Kof-K! Multiple people have asked Kof-K they say no. T...

Omekase lunch

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by eateat22 9 months ago

Hey folks does anybody know and about average omekase restaurant that serves it at lunch time in queens, Manhattan, Brooklyn or Bronx Thx

Michelin Bib Gourmands for New York

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by PenelopeWitherspoon 3 months ago

They were announced yesterday. It is a very interesting and diverse list. Makes me very interested to see what is on the actual Star list.

Cosimo & Johnny's Pizza, Eastchester: a good slice...

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by gutreactions 2 years ago

Cosimo & Johnny's Pizzeria opened a couple of months ago in a free-standing space (previously a deli) on White Plains Road in Eastchester and the buzz has been continuous. Johnny's uncle is an owne...

Hunts Point Market workers strike may cause shortages...

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by gutreactions 7 months ago

Union workers at the Hunts Point Market in the Bronx have gone on strike over a wage dispute. It may disrupt food and produce distribution to tri-state area markets, stores, and restaurants if it i...

'Savor the Bronx' runs thru 1/17...

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by gutreactions 7 months ago

The 10th annual 'Savor the Bronx' Restaurant Week runs thru January 17th. Participating eateries from all over the borough are offering discounts. While indoor dining is not allowed in NYC, emphasi...

Louie & Ernie's, Bronx, still makes a good pizza...

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by gutreactions 9 months ago

I had not been to legendary Louie & Ernie's Pizza on Crosby Ave. in the Bronx for a few years. It came up as a craving, so I made the solo trip down from my Westchester haunts. It has not changed m...

The Wicked Wolf taking over Olde Stone Mill, Tuckahoe...

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by gutreactions 1 year ago

Drive past The Olde Stone Mill on Scarsdale Ave., Tuckahoe, and you will notice a temporary sign out front: The Wicked Wolf is coming. If I am not mistaking, it is the same Wicked Wolf Tavern peopl...

Mallomars are Coming!

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by jayjay 11 months ago

Next week Nabisco will be releasing their 2020 vintage of Mallomars. Last year my local Shoprite had a display taller than me; and I'm six feet.

Best Bronx Cheap secrets

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by FoodExpression 10 years ago

So everyone knows little italy in the Bronx, and they know some of the other ancient 'establishments' in this borough...but what about the unsung heroes that are slaving all day to sling the cheap ...

Mario's, Arthur Ave., to mark 100th Anniversary!

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by gutreactions 2 years ago

Just over 100 years ago, the Migliucci family began selling pizza in Harlem for 10 cents a slice. In 1919, the family moved to Arthur Ave. in the bustling 'Little Italy of the Bronx', just off Ford...

'Savor the Bronx' Restaurant Week, Jan. 6-17, 2020...

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by gutreactions 1 year ago

The 9th annual 'Savor the Bronx' Restaurant Week will take place January 6-17 with an international roster of Bronx eateries offering special incentive menus and on the spot discounts. Participatin...

New York Restaurants with open kitchen

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by borisabrams 1 year ago

Hi! When I was in Montreal, I found a great number of restaurants with open kitchens. I loved sitting up at a bar watching the chefs at work. Now that I am back in NYC, however, I find them few a...

Holiday Train Show at NYBG: where to eat?

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by gutreactions 1 year ago

The annual Holiday Train Show is underway at the beautiful New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. This year the theme is 'Central Park'. Special 'Bar Car Nights' will include cocktails and food fr...

Seeking Vietnamese and Thai ingredients in Westchester

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by metacritic 2 years ago

As the title indicates, I am seeking Thai and Vietnamese ingredients in Westchester with mixed success. I can find galangal and lemongrass at one of the two H-Marts. I can find frozen pandan leaves...

2019 Tripe Dishes

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by borisabrams 2 years ago

I am pretty obsessed with tripe in all its forms but I have not been too lucky lately with where I get my tripe. The best has been Raku in the East Village, the tripe at Via Carota wasnt half bad e...

Where to eat near Lehman College pre concert?

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by stuartlafonda 2 years ago

I have done Arthur ave enough, any tasty suggestions? Already checked Eating in Translation and Eat The World, maybe there is something they missed?

Arthur Ave Restaurants

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by eldogg 2 years ago

After having been to Dominicks many times over the years, I wanted to try something different. So yesterday, I went to Mario's. I was very disappointed. I ordered a Caesar Salad that just didn't ta...