It’s the biggest, busiest shopping mall in the world and it’s home to everything from clothing to food.
But there’s one area of New York where everyone can enjoy a great deal: the restaurant scene.
For a long time, New York’s food scene was largely controlled by a handful of large restaurants, most of which were based in the city’s outer boroughs.
Today, there are dozens of more local and regional restaurants that cater to a much wider range of tastes and budgets.
But for most New Yorkers, dining in Manhattan is often just too much to handle.
And if you’re looking to enjoy some food in the boroughs surrounding New York State, here are the places to check out in Manhattan.
The La Jolla Grill La Jollas Grill in Brooklyn, New Jersey is a high-end Italian restaurant in its own right.
Located at 554 West 42nd Street, the restaurant is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
LaJolla Grill’s menu is full of fresh ingredients and offers a wide variety of meats, cheeses and condiments, along with a selection of wines and beers.
Its Logan’s Barbecue Logan Stokes is a restaurateur in Brooklyn who started his own restaurant back in 2013.
The restaurant is a favorite among locals and visitors alike, and it serves some of the citys best barbecue in the summertime.
LOLA Barbecue in Brooklyn has a huge menu of burgers, ribs, chicken and pulled pork, with plenty of choices for those who want something a little different.
Culinary and food-themed restaurants in Brooklyn are always an attractive option for foodies looking for a change.
Empire Square Cafe and Lounge Located in Brooklyn’s historic, Chinatown district, Empire Square Cafe & Lounge is a hipster hotspot, with a mix of restaurants and bars offering a mix the hip and trendy.
Featuring a full bar, an extensive wine list, and some of New Yorkers favorite cocktails, the food and drinks are fresh and the atmosphere is casual.
In the Heights Effort to make up for the city s lack of restaurants, Manhattan has a number of new food-centric restaurants popping up in recent years.
Boulevard is a French bistro located in Brooklyn that has a full-service restaurant, a lounge, and a full kitchen.
New York City has also seen a number and variety of local restaurants spring up over the past few years, including The Cucina de las Americas, Bacchanal, Lucky Boy, and Lion’s Roost all of which are popular in the area.
This article originally appeared on The Next BigFuture.
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