New York City is home to some of the world’s finest restaurants.
But if you’re looking to take the food game to the next level, we’ve rounded up the 10 best New York restaurants to try out.1.
Gattinburg Restaurants (Brooklyn, NY)2.
The Golden C (Brooklyns Point)3.
The Big O (Brookville, NY, Brooklyn)4.
The Brass Tap (Brookyln, NY)(New York City)5.
Coney Island Kitchen (Queens)6.
The Biergarten (Brooklin)7.
The Cuppa (New York)8.
The Chophouse (Brookline)9.
The Grapes of Wrath (New Bedford, MA)10.
The Littlest Bit (Bronx)To make the list, we asked a handful of New York chefs to create their own take on a classic American dish.
They were asked to make their own versions of dishes from the city’s culinary history, like the best burgers in town, the best wings in town or the best salads in town.
(Read our complete list of the best New Yorkers restaurants below.)
We took their suggestions and combined them to create a list of ten New York restaurant recommendations.
Some are regional favorites, others are new and innovative.
Some, like The Brass, are a bit out of the ordinary.
We’re hoping you’ll come out and try some of these out.
We know it’s a long list, but it’s worth it!
So, to help you find your perfect spot, we took our favorite restaurants in the city and made them into our top 10 New York eateries.
We also created a list with the best of New England, with the New York and Boston locations at the top.
We’ve added our own top 10 food trucks, and they’re in no particular order:The Big O, located at 634 W. 56th St., Brooklyn (847-546-5222)The Big, located in the heart of the borough, is a must-try.
The food at The Big is fresh, local and the best in town: the beef, pork, and chicken tenders are all seasoned with a local flavor, with an herb-rich sauce.
The Big also has the best cocktails in the state, and the staff is friendly and friendly to their customers.
The patio has plenty of seating.
The menu is updated daily.
The service is second to none.
The Brass, located on W. 58th St. in the Upper West Side, is just one of many great restaurants in New York.
The restaurant is cozy and welcoming, and their food is always freshly prepared.
Their cocktails are well balanced and flavorful, and it’s great to grab a bite to eat.
The Grapies of Wrath, located across the street from The Brass at 447 W. 59th St, Brooklyn (212-534-8588)It’s a beautiful, intimate dining room, and The Gap is one of the better spots to enjoy food and drinks on a warm summer day.
The space is large, and there are plenty of chairs to sit at.
The bartenders are knowledgeable about the restaurant’s menu and are always helpful.
The Cuppas, located directly across the Hudson River from The Big on the Lower East Side, has a great atmosphere and the restaurant has been serving great New York style food since 2006.
The chefs are all talented and have a wide range of flavors.
They have a great cocktail menu, as well as some unique flavors and options.
The Chophouses, located right next door at 726 W. 54th St (212) 734-7200The Choplos is a great spot for a late night meal, and a great place to grab some New York-style pizza.
It’s an indoor space, so you don’t have to worry about the humidity.
They also offer live music on weekends.
The Bier, located just a few blocks from The Gaps at 635 W. 57th St.(718) 645-4455The Biers is a beautiful space with a good selection of New American cuisine.
The staff is super friendly and the food is delicious.
The bierwurst was a must try for me.
The place has a very intimate feel and is a nice spot for couples and kids to eat and hang out.
The wine list is impressive and they also have some really cool cocktails.
The Littles, located close to The Big at 463 W. 55th St in Manhattan (212)-347-2311The LITTles is a very friendly spot with good food, but they also serve good food with a great wine list.
They’re open for brunch on the weekends, and have some good wines.
The prices are affordable, and I love the food and