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Great Options for a Healthyish & Quick Weeknight Dinner

Great Options for a Healthyish & Quick Weeknight Dinner Eating out in this city can get pretty pricey, even when you’re just looking for a casual and somewhat healthy weeknight dinner, which for us, happens to be quite often. If…

7 Ice Cream Spots That Serve Not so Typical Flavors

7 Ice Cream Spots That Serve Not so Typical Flavors Let’s be real, the only way to adequately combat the heat is to eat lots of ice cream. Here at EatingNYC, we believe that the day just isn’t complete without…

Where to Go if You’re Craving Southern Comfort Food

Where to Go if You’re Craving Southern Comfort Food There’s nothing quite like a meal full of serious comfort food. In the summer months, that means crispy fried chicken, buttery biscuits and sweet iced tea. From Sweet Chick’s three cheese…

The 8 Best Restaurants to Open so Far in 2018

The 8 Best Restaurants to Open so Far in 2018 Believe it or not, 2018 is already half way over and dozens of restaurants have come and gone. We, however, would like to highlight the best restaurants that are here…

8 Brunch Spots that Won’t Break the Bank

8 Brunch Spots that Won’t Break the Bank The best part about the weekend? Having an epic brunch. We’re talking stacks of fluffy pancakes, smoked fish and maybe even some fried chicken. Because brunch can get expensive and we know…

Warm Up With Our Favorite Ramen Bowls

Warm Up With Our Favorite Ramen Bowls Face it: It’s going to start getting cold here in NYC. It’s undeniably fall and what comes next? That’s right. Winter (UGH). Winter means cold weather, sweaters, and hot soup. Don’t go for…

Trendy Restaurants For Your Next GNO

Trendy Restaurants For Your Next GNO Whether you’re looking for somewhere to celebrate a birthday or just get together with close friends, choosing a restaurant for your next girls night out can be difficult, and we get that. To help…

The Rise of High-End Quick-Casual Restaurants

The Rise of High-End Quick-Casual Restaurants Gone are the days where Pret and Hale & Hearty dominate the quick-casual market. As prominent chefs are converting their high-end concepts to dining experiences more apt to the informal crowd, there has been…

The Most Anticipated Fall Openings of 2017

The Most Anticipated Fall Openings of 2017 Fall is a time for new beginnings and for the New York City restaurant scene, that means lots of new restaurants. From LA transplants to veteran chefs opening new concepts, we’re eager to…

The Ice Cream Renaissance of Chinatown

The Ice Cream Renaissance of Chinatown Be it for Instagram or just to eat, people in NYC flock to dessert spots like little else. In the past two years alone, there has been a massive increase in the number of…

8 Spots for the Perfect First Dinner Date

8 Spots for the Perfect First Dinner Date Picking out a restaurant for a first date can be really, really hard. There are seemingly endless choices and selecting somewhere with the vibe you’re looking plus snagging a reservation can be…

NYC Import Restaurants We’re Digging

NYC Import Restaurants We’re Digging New York City is known to be home to one of the most global and diverse food cultures, so it isn’t much of a surprise that there are a plethora of offsets of popular restaurants…

The Best BBQ in NYC

The Best BBQ in NYC While not as conventional of an NYC staple as pizza or bagels, there are certainly authentic, Southern BBQ places in the city that are worthy of pleasing any ‘cue critics. Whether it be for baby…

What to Eat if You’re Visiting NYC for 48 Hours

What to Eat if You’re Visiting NYC for 48 Hours One of the most asked questions we get at EatingNYC is something along the lines of, “I’m coming to New York for the first time in a few weeks, where…

Eight Awesome Cacio e Pepes in NYC

Eight Awesome Cacio e Pepes in NYC A large majority of NYC restaurants are Italian, so it comes as no surprise that a cacio e pepe is a favorite amongst New Yorkers. As chefs continue to push their creative boundaries,…