Our food mission in New York City was simple: try as many restaurants as humanly possible in a three day period, with the focus being on pizza, bagels, street food, and ice cream/gelato. A perfect first entry into the Angie Eats…. series.
Trying to fit this much food in a small amount of time was no easy task and required much research before the trip (and much, much more than three meals a day). Since we were staying in Greenwich Village, most of our research centered around the West Village and the East Village. But since we like to explore, restaurants from all over New York are featured.
Below is a map of all the restaurants that we investigated and considered visiting prior to our trip. While we did not make it to all of the restaurants featured in the list before, this was our starting point when exploring the New York food scene. The restaurants and their color coding follows.
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Blue: Gelato/Ice Cream
Il Laboratorio del Gelato -188 Ludlow St and Houston
Il Buco Alimentari and Vineria – 53 Great Jones St between Lafayette and Bowery
L’Arte del Gelato -75 7th Ave South and Bleecker
Grom – 233 Bleecker
The Meadow – 523 Hudson
Serendipity 3 – 60th between 2nd and 3rd
Katz’s Delicatessen – 205 E Houston and Ludlow
Faicco Pork Store – 260 Bleecker
Amy’s Bread – 250 Bleecker
Light Blue: Restaurants
L’Artusi – 228 W 10th
Swine – 531 Hudson
Toloache – 82nd between Lexington and 3rd Ave
Saigon Shack – 114 MacDougal
Hospoda – 73rd between 1st and 2nd
Taim – 222 Waverly Pl
Pio Pio – 10th and 44th
Yuka – 2nd and 81st
Otafuku -E 9th between 2nd and 3rd
Beyoglu – 3rd and 81st
Café Mingala – 2nd and 73rd
Bleecker Street Pizza – 69 7th Ave S and Bleecker
Keste – 271 Bleecker
Joe’s Pizza – 7 Carmine and Bleecker
Lombardi’s Pizza – 32 Spring St
Pink: Street Food
Papaya King – 179 E 86th
Shake Shack – 23rd in Madison Sq Park
Tacombi – 267 Elizabeth St and Houston
Hallo Berlin – 5th Ave and W 54th
Forsyth St and Division St (kebabs) –
53rd and 6th St (halal) –
Grand St and Bowery (rice noodles) –
Dogmatic Dogs – Hudson St and Bleecker
53rd and 6th (halal) –
6th and 46th (fried fish) –
Where did we end up in our three day adventure in New York? Look out for our next post, Angie Eats New York City! The Verdict, where we’ll reveal just how many places we were able to visit, and give our reviews of them!
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