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!

Five Gay Restaurants to Check Out in June (Pride Month)

June marks the start of LGBTQ+ Pride Month and this year we'll all be celebrating a little differently. It's been 51 years since the protests at Stonewall Inn—an integral spark in the decades-long fight...

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Remember Hobeau's?

by Linda 17 years ago

When we lived in NY, our favorite neighborhood restaurant was Hobeau's, which sadly has closed. Has anyone found another restaurant with similar menu, price, and ambiance?

Replicating Cafe Orlin millet pancakes?

by kazhound 2 months ago

I used to love the millet pancakes at Cafe Orlin in the east village in NYC. Part of my pandemic coping strategy is to make things that I always meant to do but never got around to, and this one ha...

Sirio Maccioni of Le Cirque passes away...

by gutreactions 2 months ago

Legendary New York restauranteur Sirio Maccioni of the former Le Cirque in all its incarnations has passed away at 88. Having started his career at the famed Delmonico's, he represented one of the ...

Dinosaur BBQ fills my craving every time...

by gutreactions 2 years ago

I know there are a lot of BBQ players out there now in the N.Y. metro area. But my go-to place has been Dinosaur BBQ in Stamford, CT. It started with my visits to Dinosaur in Harlem, but once they ...

Zakarian hosts Foodathon on Fox 5 tonight at 7...

by gutreactions 2 months ago

Chef/restaurateur Geoffrey Zakarian of The Kitchen on the Food Network his hosting a major fundraiser for City Harvest tonight, Friday, April 17th, at 7 p.m. Many top shelf culinary guests are expe...

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

by Patti 19 years ago

There used to actually be a restaurant by this name in Manhattan many years ago, with intimate, private tables catering to couples looking for a truly romantic dinner. Are there any restaurants ou...

Panera introduces grocery delivery service

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 2 months ago

"Panera has launched Panera Grocery, a service which allows customers to order pantry items like milk, bread, and fresh produce along with Panera’s traditional offerings of soup, salads, and sandwi...

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

by gutreactions 12 months 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...

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

by gutreactions 2 months ago

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 4 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 3 months ago

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

Floyd Cardoz passed away from CV-19 complications

2020 Bucket List: NYC Restaurant Experience for a Wine Collector

by migmigmig 4 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...

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

by gutreactions 3 months 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 4 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 3 months ago

For dinner. Upscale. Any cuisine. Modern noise.

A nice place to Skype

by gargupie 3 months 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...