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!

Uogashi w/Nakajima - Hell Yeah!

by Yaxpac 28 days ago

Made a last minute decision to go to Uogashi on Xmas glad that we did. We sat in front of chef Nakajima an...


foodwhisperer commented 5 hours ago

Frozen Dumplings

by SuzyP 21 hours ago

I used to buy bags of 50 frozen dumplings in Queens at Best Northern Dumplings in Flushing. I've moved upstate, and ...


Querencia commented 7 hours ago

Berimbau do Brasil, Carmine St

by buttertart 3 days ago

Had a delightful lunch at Berimbau do Brasil, Carmine St, today. Excellent caipirinhas (the classic, next time want ...

Ttrockwood commented 1 day ago

Hell's Kitchen in April

by gbailey75 11 days ago

Making a two-day trip to the City in April and staying in Hell's Kitchen. Looking for lunch, dinner spots (have ticke...

Ttrockwood commented 1 day ago

What are your East Village favorites?

by luckiestduck 13 days ago

I just moved to the East Village and am excited at all the choices! What are your favorites in every category? I'm l...

prima commented 2 days ago

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Wong Kee Restaurant last day 1/22/18

by gargupie 3 days ago

Another 'historic' family restaurant succumbed to lease end and unwillingness of estate owner to stabilize rent, but ...

Great NY Noodletown

by jfmirabella 3 days ago

Noodletown has closed. Failed a January inspection and recieved 114 violations. Not the first time.

sophocles commented 3 days ago

A Quiet Little Table in the Corner.....

by Patti 16 years ago

There used to actually be a restaurant by this name in Manhattan many years ago, with intimate, private tables cateri...


DQuinn commented 3 days ago

Italian Near Theater District

by Nunzio 6 days ago

Looking for a nice Italian restaurant near the theater district. 2 people non drinkers, price around $150. Thanks


rrems commented 4 days ago

cafe du soir

by george 13 years ago

My wife and I lived in New York in the early 70's. Does anyone remember Cafe du Soir on 86th St. on the Upper East S...


gavspen commented 4 days ago

Fat Tuesday, Valentine's Day & Lunar New Year...

by gutreactions 8 days ago

February is loaded with food-centric celebrations. Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras takes place on Feb. 13th. Get ready to puc...


gutreactions commented 5 days ago

Reservations for Eleven Madison Park

by The Chowhound Team 4 months ago

Hello there, Due to the increase of threads about exchanging Eleven Madison Park reservations, we have created thi...


eaternyc commented 5 days ago

What's the latest thinking on Manhattan Steakhouses?

by lisaud 10 months ago

I searched before posting this question but there's actually not much in discussions on this topic that's even relati...


UES Mayor commented 6 days ago

NYC Restaurant Week, Jan. 22-Feb. 9. Where to go?

by gutreactions 15 days ago

Reservations are open for New York City Restaurant Week 2018. Restaurants will be offering 3-course lunch: $29, and 3...


foodyum commented 7 days ago

The Clam - Super nice people

by Spiritchaser 3 years ago

I just had to say something; albeit brief, about how nice the people at The Clam are. GF and I were just trying to ki...


thomkat113 commented 7 days ago

Lunar New Year Recommendations

by chefdekoven 1 month ago

Hey all. I have an annual big group dinner for the Lunar New Year. In the past it has always been Cantonese, and tha...


chefdekoven commented 7 days ago

Any feedback on Tetsu

by princeofpork4 15 days ago

Recently read an article praising the food, service and atmosphere. Have a res here and looking for some feedback.


foodwhisperer commented 8 days ago

True Japanese Wagyu in NYC

by deepfry7 4 years ago

So from this article in Forbes the other month:


foodwhisperer commented 9 days ago

Yummy Street Filipino

by princeofpork3 24 days ago

Just wandered into Flipsigi on Broadway. Very tiny, like 10 seats but delicious Filipino street food. All the booze...


foodwhisperer commented 9 days ago

Best Replacement for Francisco Centro Vasco?

by small h 13 days ago

It probably doesn't exist, but hope springs eternal. Downtown Manhattan preferred.


foodwhisperer commented 9 days ago