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Manhattan

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!

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Through the magic of the internet, you can have the best New York City deli and bakery goods delivered straight to your door for Rosh Hashanah—or any occasion. Check out our picks from Goldbelly's impressive...

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Hunan House @ 45 Mott St.

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by Stuart Thalblum 22 years ago

For almost 20 years, I frequented Hunan House at 45 Mott Street in Chinatown, a great little dive of a place with several dishes unlike any served anywhere else (despite the names), including ho...

Hunts Point Market workers strike may cause shortages...

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by gutreactions 3 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...

Where to find the best french fries in NYC

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by nycguy20011 5 years ago

Do you agree with this list of where to find the best french fries in NYC? http://gothamist.com/2016/07/07/best_french_fries_nyc.php I haven't tried any of those places, so I'm in no position t...

'Restaurant Hustle 2020' premiers on Food Network, 12/27...

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by gutreactions 4 months ago

Celebrity chef/restaurateur Guy Fieri has produced a new documentary for the Food Network. It is titled: 'Restaurant Hustle 2020: All on the Line'. It airs starting on 12/27 & 12/28. It follows sev...

Bobo's in Chinatown now gone

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by Boufos 16 years ago

Many years ago there was a Chinese restaurant named Bobo's in Chinatown (it is now gone). They had 2 dishes I never could find in any other Chinese restaurant. IRON STEAK: Thick cubes of a tender ...

Anyone dined in an 'igloo' yet?

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by gutreactions 4 months ago

Due to Covid protocols, restaurants have been trying all sorts of outdoor enclosures for safe dining. Igloos, tents, little greenhouses. Thinking of doing an igloo meal locally. What to look for? W...

Rye bread like at Second Avenue/Katz's..where to buy??

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by erica 15 years ago

I have been on a quest to find rye bread like they serve at the good delis. Have tried Orwasher's; Walls in Hewlett; Fairway (horrible), even supermarket rye...in short, everywhere I can think of...

Legendary '21 Club' closes indefinitely...

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by gutreactions 4 months ago

It has been a Manhattan institution for 90 years. The legendary 21 Club has closed its doors indefinitely due to the pandemic. There is some talk of coming back in some fashion down the line, but w...

Quiet little table in the corner...restaurant?

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by Kris 20 years ago

There was a restaurant in NYC several years back called Quiet little table for 2 or Cozy Little Table or Quiet Little Table in the Corner....not 100% sure...can anyone tell me the name and if it st...

Prepping for Hanukkah: your favorites, best sources...

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by gutreactions 1 year ago

Hanukkah, the 'Festival of Lights', is coming up fast. What traditional dishes are your family favorites? Which markets/stores offer the best variety of ingredients? Do you cook it up at home, or d...

Bouche de Noel for the Holidays in Westchester?

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by gutreactions 4 months ago

We are seeking a bakery or market that prepares a delish celebratory Bouche de Noel in the greater Westchester area. Fresh as possible, of course. Anyone try the Bouche sold at La Renaissance Patis...

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

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by gutreactions 1 year 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...

Does Anyone Remeber the Shanghai Cafe on 126th & Broadway?

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by StriperGuy 18 years ago

Does anyone remember the Shanghai Cafe on Broadway just north of 125th street? It closed in the early 80's more or less. Family legend has it that it is the first restaurant I ever ate at while in ...

"Chowhound, A Red Ventures Company"

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by Melanie Wong 5 months ago

Noticed the footer change to now state, "Chowhound, A Red Ventures Company". On September 14, the sale of CNET Media Group by ViacomCBS to Red Ventures was announced. https://techcrunch.com/202...

Russian coffee cake

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by Alan Margolies 17 years ago

Where in Manhattan (below 96th Street, if possible) can I get really good Russian coffee cake? This is for a friend who is a maven. Fifty years ago we got it in a bakery next to Schweller's deli ...

Cold Sesame Noodles

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by workintheater 5 months ago

I was saddened to read about the closing of Sammy's Noodles in the West Village. They served the most delicious, substantial and unusual (for NY) cold sesame noodles I've ever eaten: thick, ropy no...

An Embarrassment of Riches

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by alexrander 5 months ago

Two items struck me: Stock brokers (wealth managers) are inviting clients to learn of the joys of cooking at home, and 2) The governor of California is seen cavorting with other officials including...