TOP FAMOUS PLACES TO EAT IN NYC

TOP FAMOUS PLACES TO EAT IN NYC

I am an unapologetic foodie guys, food is my love language and as the person who runs the best foodie blog in the entire universe (Yeah, i said it) i really feel like it’s my duty to serve other honourable foodies like you the variety of places which serve exquisite cuisines. We all know for 24/7 round the clock service we should head to these New York workhouses listed here (https://www.foodanddating.com/essential-guide-for-late-night-foodies) but I’m going to approach our ultimate food search with a different approach today.

Gotham city sometimes known as New York has gained a reputation as the city that never sleeps. Alicia Keys famously crooned “if i can make it here i can make it anywhere” in the song Empire State of mind so today we are going to have a look at restaurants who have famously “made it” in the Big Apple. This best foodie blog will take you on a trip round the top famous restaurants in New York.

Kat’z  Delicatessen

With century old celebrity pictures hanging on the pastrami scented walls this diner full of gruff meat-cutters is a New York cornerstone. Open since 1888 you have the choice of ordering their crispy beefy hotdog or the iconic sandwich. Brisket swimming with horseradish or the New York national anthem thick pastrami stacked between slices of ryes. A glass of the house lager acts as the perfect touchdown.

I am an unapologetic foodie guys, food is my love language and as the person who runs the best foodie blog in the entire universe(Yeah, i said it) i really feel like it’s my duty to serve other honourable foodies like you the variety of places which serve exquisite cuisines. We all know for 24/7 round the clock service we should head to these New York workhouses listed here/ But I’m going to approach our ultimate food search with a different approach today.

Gotham city sometimes known as New York has gained a reputation as the city that never sleeps. Alicia Keys famously crooned “if i can make it here i can make it anywhere” in the song Empire State of mind so today we are going to have a look at restaurants who have famously “made it” in the Big Apple. This foodie blog will take you on a trip round the top famous restaurants in New York.

Kat’z  Delicatessen

With century old celebrity pictures hanging on the pastrami scented walls this diner full of gruff meat-cutters is a New York cornerstone. Open since 1888 you have the choice of ordering their crispy beefy hotdog or the iconic sandwich. Brisket swimming with horseradish or the New York national anthem thick pastrami stacked between slices of ryes. A glass of the house lager acts as the perfect touchdown.

Keen’s Steakhouse

Once a famous hangout for regular people such as Babe Ruth, Teddy Roosevelt, J.P. Morgan(where they hung their regular pipes from the ceiling) this 120 year old former gentleman’s club has gained a reputation for its delicious tender mild mutton chop. They also serve crazy tasty dry-aged steak and juicy prime rib hash plus desserts like key-lime pie. Major Key Alert.

Peter Luger

Waiters in bowties and waistcoats aside this no frills eating establishment is known for broiling and serving steaks on the same plate with the meat dancing in steak and butter juices waiters call “vitamins”. Their crispy potatoes fried in beef fat and bacon sides are also part of what make this New York establishment. Whether it be tomato salads for the healthy or a apple strudel and schlag this is a New York experience you should never miss.

The Russian Tea Room

Providing Martinis for the Gospel girl cast aside, this establishment also employed Madonna before she caught her big break. This fine cuisine is definitely not cheap as tiny portions go 40 dollars a pop. The food though is impeccable. The chef makes the best borscht around and serves exotic entrees like cocoa-dusted seared venison with truffle-scented tvorog (cheese) dumplings. Chicken Kiev and beef stroganoff can be prepared on request.

Lombardi’s

Whats New York without pizza?! The first pizzeria in the U.S. was opened by Gennario Lombardi in 1905 and since then has remained a standard for pizza pies all over New York city. This charming old joint would give you instant nostalgia and a feel of how things used to be a century ago. Although its undergone renovation to enable us at least stretch our fingers.

een’s Steakhouse

Once a famous hangout for regular people such as Babe Ruth, Teddy Roosevelt, J.P. Morgan(where they hung their regular pipes from the ceiling) this 120 year old former gentleman’s club has gained a reputation for its delicious tender mild mutton chop. They also serve crazy tasty dry-aged steak and juicy prime rib hash plus desserts like key-lime pie. Major Key Alert.

Peter Luger

Waiters in bowties and waistcoats aside this no frills eating establishment is known for broiling and serving steaks on the same plate with the meat dancing in steak and butter juices waiters call “vitamins”. Their crispy potatoes fried in beef fat and bacon sides are also part of what make this New York establishment. Whether it be tomato salads for the healthy or a apple strudel and schlag this is a New York experience you should never miss.

The Russian Tea Room

Providing Martinis for the Gospel girl cast aside, this establishment also employed Madonna before she caught her big break. This fine cuisine is definitely not cheap as tiny portions go 40 dollars a pop. The food though is impeccable. The chef makes the best borscht around and serves exotic entrees like cocoa-dusted seared venison with truffle-scented tvorog (cheese) dumplings. Chicken Kiev and beef stroganoff can be prepared on request.