I often go on dinner dates with my friends at the same east village restaurants (eataly and momofuku noodle bar) and am looking to branch out.
If anyone can recommend some yummy and low-mid range restaurants for two girls to eat at in the east village, it would be greatly appreciated!
So, I couldn't not share this. I recently stumbled into William Greenberg's craving a good quality dessert. While I had gone in with cookies in mind, the many cakes caught my eye. I then found a case containing zebra cake (yea, zebra cakes) sized cake pops. I usually associate cake pops as a kind of corny dessert but because I didn't want a big slice of cake and I know how good the quality of desserts are at William Greenbergs are,I bought their vanilla cake pop. It was a dense flavorful cake/icing mixture, almost the texture of cookie dough, covered in a light coating of white chocolate and white chocolate chips. It was amazing. Just thought I'd share just in case anyone else wanted to try them!
My boyfriend recently got diagnosed with celiac disease and is heartbroken he can't drink the beer he used to drink.Does anyone have any recommendations for some good gluten free beers?
Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
Hello Serious Eaters,
Two friends are visiting from out of town in mid may and I am having trouble thinking of mid range places to go/ make reservations for dinner for 4. Sounds easy however party consists of :
One Vegan ( who, might I add, is deathly allergic to peanuts and cashews)
So far I come up with dirt candy. I know its easy to get great vegan food with many Asian cuisines but I don't know of any good places to impress the visitors off the top of my head.any help would be greatly appreciated.
My mother and I are taking a 5 day trip to San Francisco in May. We are both very excited to try the food in this wonderful city. It's my first time going.
So far we have plans to go to , Cafe Zuni, The Slanted Door, Cafe Tartin and Chez Pannise in Berkeley.
Any NY foodies have recommendations of must tries in San Fran?
OK so a month or two ago my favorite upper west side Greek restaurant had a devastating "closed" sign on the door. I loved eating dinner at Nikos. I loved their grilled plank tuna with thinly cut and grilled slices of carrot zucchini and beets and potatoes and all the other accoutrements found on this dinner entree. I live in the east village but I also am on the upper west side a lot too. Does anyone know of a traditional Greek place in Manhattan with good fish?
So my mom offers to take me out to eat or make me whatever I want for my birthday each year. I'm a pescatarian and I've been craving pasta, cheesy, creamy, a la vodka, macaroni and cheese, seafood filled I crave it all.
Do you any of you city dwellers know of a great place for rich (meat free) pasta in Manhattan?
I walked past the window of the east village milk bar (which just moved from the south side to the north side of the street by the way) and noticed they had a new flavor cake truffle called strawberry lemon. Has anyone tried it? Thoughts?
I just moved to the east village from the upper west side and have been craving some good Szechuan style fried shrimp ever since I saw the episode of Best Thing I Ever Ate- with chopsticks on the food network and this guy mentioned the slippery shrimp from Yang Chow in LA. Anyone have a favorite orange shrimp or sweet and sour shrimp dish they would recommend in NYC?
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