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Top 5 to visit while in New York

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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Lower East Side

    Cuisine:Delis/Sandwiches

    205 E Houston St (between Avenue A & Essex St) New York City NY 10002
    (212) 254-2246
    When seeking sacred deli space, Katz’s is as close as it gets to divine! This eatery has been a part of New York, Jewish-American culture since 1888. They still carve their own corned beef, knock their own knockwurst and knish their own knishes. Remember the scene in when Harry Met Sally (the faked orgasm)? Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal were eating in Katz’s. It is the home of Jewish deli staples and ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Lower East Side

    Cuisine:American (New)

    End of Freeman Alley Near Rivington Street New York City NY 10002
    +1 212 420 0012
    At the end of a dark alleyway sits Freeman's, one of the cooler restaurants to dine at in New York. The artichoke spinach dip and the mac & cheese are two favorite dishes at this dark and dimly lit restaurant. The decor and atmosphere of Freeman's is part of what makes it shine and is worth a visit especially if you're in the city.
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Lower East Side

    Cuisine:American (New), Cafe/Coffee/Tea/Bakery

    4 Clinton Street Between East Houston & Stanton New York City NY 10002
    +1 646 602 6263
    On the Lower East Side, you will find the Clinton Street Baking Company where half the people here come for the consistently fluffy yet substantial, signature blueberry pancakes and maple butter. However, it offers an impeccable line-up for brunch. Neil Kleinberg and DeDe Lahman, a husband and wife team and chef-owners have taken the "green" theme and hit the ground running. Filtered tap H2O, serv ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Lower East Side

    118 Eldridge St (between Grand St & Broome St) New York City NY 10002
    (212) 625-8008
    Near the Bowery at 118 Eldridge St., New York, you will find this dumpling house, it is a Critics' Pick, and the best deal in Chinatown. You may have to fight for a counter seat so it's better to simply get in line and wait while you choose from the 23 options available. Get five freshly fried pork and chive dumplings for a dollar - you may want to invest in a few dollars worth, they are delectabl ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Lower East Side

    Cuisine:Vietnamese Pho

    277C Grand St (between Forsyth St & Eldridge St) New York City NY 10002
    (212) 965-5366
    This Vietnamese pho spot recently survived a fire in the block and fans are heaving sighs of relief that they are back in business. It is unpretentious, but suitable for eating in, and recently received a "Times" write-up. The food is fresh, the pho is hot (try the sesame beef), the spring rolls are delicious, the service is prompt, the sizzling beef sizzles and the secret is out. Pho Grand serves ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Lower East Side

    Cuisine:Vietnamese Banh Mi (Sandwiches)

    85 Orchard Street (between Grand St & Broome St) New York City NY 10002
    (212) 226-3700
    Tuan Bui, owner of this Vietnamese street-eats site serves time-honored bánh mì; constructed of chicken-liver pâté, pork, pickled daikon, carrot, etcetera, with a five-spice pork that is made in-house. The décor is attention-grabbing too as it is inspired by Vietnamese street-food culture which gives An Choi an ad-hoc café-look that needs to be seen to be properly appreciated. As well as the tradi ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Lower East Side

    Cuisine:Delis/Sandwiches

    179 E Houston St (between 2nd Ave & Chrystie St) New York City NY 10002
    (212) 475-4880
    The Super Heeb Sandwich is one of the best deli sandwiches in NYC, and the much maligned herring is hand-salted and home-smoked over oak chips to a delicate buttery texture and flavor. Russ & Daughters knows the deli business and so they should, this has been a family owned concern for four generations. They have served slabs of Nova smoked salmon over freshly sliced bagels since 1914, from the sa ... read more >
  • Categories: Night Life,  Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Lower East Side

    100 Allen Street New York City NY 10002
    (212) 941-1818
    Congee Village Restaurant & Bar, received an honorable mention in the "2010 MICHELIN Guide: New York City Bib Gourmand Restaurant Picks". The cuisine is Cantonese and upstairs, a fake tropical paradise awaits while you partake in some karaoke. Grease your vocal cords and inhibitions with multiple mao-tai (a variation on the traditional mai-tai) toasts at, 80 proof, and even bring your own CD's. Th ... read more >

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