I'm meeting a friend at Shake Shack up on 86th in UES. Any recommendations for cafes or dessert spots for afterwards?
Heading out to Montauk this weekend for a day trip. Any recommendations for food / fun / sight-seeing?
Notable lunch spots on the way out there (driving) and dinner recommendations in the Montauk area would be nice. As would any must-visit destinations (aside from the lighthouse).
any good suggestions for a sit-down lunch in the city? not looking for anything super-nice, just a good, tasty meal on a day off from work.
I'm moving out to Sunnyside and wanted to hear any restaurant recommendations people may have in the neighborhood. I recently checked out Salt & Fat (loved it), so no need to suggest that one.
Open to anything, really. Thanks, in advance!
Does anybody know of any Korean restaurants in the NY area that serve Korean BBQ (kalbi/short rib, specifically) with the thin, square dduk (rice cake) wraps? I believe it's referred to as "dduk bo ssam"?
I know any Korean BBQ joint will give you the lettuce to make little wraps, but very rarely do I find one that give the thin rice cake wraps.
heading out to north fork long island this saturday morning and want to pick up a quick breakfast on the way out. could be a delicious sandwich or just some pastries/muffins. location isn't much of an issue, as i'll be driving. any good recommendations?
Anybody know where I can find some good GRILLED chicken wings? Dinosaur BBQ is fine, but pretty far north...
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