Manhattan is home to some of the best food in the world, from haute cuisine at Per Se to cheap street food like soft pretzels and hot dogs, and classic bites like bagels and black-and-white cookies. And Chowhounds have tried it all. Get the best tips on where (and what) to eat, and share your own!

The Flourless Chocolate Chip Cookies You Didn't Realize Your Passover Needed

For the best Passover seder food, New York's Breads Bakery should be on your bucket list. Note: This piece was written prior to the spread of COVID-19 but you can currently still place orders for pickup...

Take-Out & Delivery services right now in metro N.Y...

by gutreactions 16 days ago

During the coronavirus crisis, the restaurant business has now been whittled down to take-out & delivery within prescribed hours in New York, New Jersey & Connecticut. While some establishments off...

Grocery delivery in the NY tri-state...

by gutreactions 16 days ago

What are the best grocery delivery services in the NY metro area right now? You may not want to go to your favorite market at this point as part of 'social distancing'. I know individual markets of...

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Taco Bell offering free tacos: Tues. 3/31...

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According to the company, everyone could use a taco right now. So, News 12 is reporting that there will be free tacos all day at Taco Bell until supplies run out on Tuesday, March 31st. Will you go...

lard bread

by Mary Cline 18 years ago

I am looking for a recipe for lard bread, like that sold at Caputo's Bakery in Bklyn (where I used to live years ago but now I am exiled to California where no one has heard of lard bread....) Th...

Fairway Markets sold...

by gutreactions 2 months ago

Fairway Markets in Manhattan, including the iconic store in Harlem, have been sold to Village Super Market, owner of several Shop Rite Super Market locations, reports say. The remaining Fairway Mar...

Pam's Real Thai has apparently closed permanently

by prima 13 days ago

Does anyone know why Pam's Real Thai has closed? Google seems to suggest it has closed permanently. Thanks for any information.

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2020 Bucket List: NYC Restaurant Experience for a Wine Collector

by migmigmig 2 months ago

My brother, 50 and a wine collector, has asked me to book us a 'bucket list' restaurant experience in April. One of our party does not eat fish, so Le Bernardin is out, as well as (to generalize) J...

Pete Wells on Restaurants Facing Financial Ruin

by patsully 13 days ago

This does a wonderful job capturing just how quickly everything has changed: "The review I had ready to go was about a below-ground sushi counter with eight seats. Was it going to become a four-se...

Where to for St. Patrick's Day, March 17th?

by gutreactions 1 month ago

The colors of the Emerald Isle are coming on fast. Tuesday, March 17th. is St. Patrick's Day! How do you mark the event? Do you cook up some traditional Irish dishes at home? Or, do you like to vis...

Chinese restaurants impacted by Coronavirus...

by gutreactions 2 months ago

Here in NYC metro, officials are asking patrons to come back to Chinatown. There is a dramatic decline in business due to the Coronavirus epidemic. Officials say it is safe to eat here locally. How...

Name of Closed Restaurant

by lesliesue 4 years ago

I am trying to recall the name of a restaurant that closed in or around 2004. It was a "fancy" french restaurant in midtown that served cassoulet regularly. I have a photo taken there that has se...

Midtown east

by holtk 20 days ago

For dinner. Upscale. Any cuisine. Modern noise.

A nice place to Skype

by gargupie 21 days ago

Since most schools are closed due to the coronavirus, the learning center I work at is also doing moving everything online. I am looking for a place to Skype with my student for 1.5 hrs. Any recomm...

Finding Carne Seca in NY area

by tinyraul 1 month ago

I'm looking for a Mexican grocery store selling carne seca from nothern Mexico in greater NYC. I can find very overpriced packets of carne seca on Amazon, but nothing in local groceries (the Mexica...

Casual Tasting Menu

by mdamiani123 27 days ago

My husband and I are coming up to Manhattan this weekend and would love an excellent, inventive tasting menu in a casual atmosphere. No jackets, no crystal. Perhaps more funky than fancy. Does such...

NYC Omakase

by theoracle101 1 month ago

Hi All, Visiting from LA and looking for some omakase recs for NYC. I went through yelp/Michelin and thought the following looked interesting Masa (very $$, but I loved Urasawa, so maybe wort...

Vincent's Sauce

by GJWhite 13 years ago

Every Christmas my uncle brings over a few containers of sauce from Vincent's, one mild and one spicy. As those of you who have tasted it will know, it's got a very different taste profile than tra...

spinich crepes - remember The Magic Pan?

by Elizabeth Bennett Darcy 14 years ago

Remember the chain of crepe restaurants called The Magic Pan? Nana used to take me to the one in Beverly Hills & I'd always have the spinich crepes. Now I'm craving them (20 years later) and the p...


by Stephen M. Blakley 20 years ago

What happened to Goldbergs Pizza on 53rd Street and 2nd Ave? Wife and I have been going there for over 30 years! Did it open somewhere else?