So glad to be back! Here is the very first episode of our 2nd web series Devour NYC. We decided to go about the organization of our topics a little differently. This time we decided to cover the top 5 best restaurants in various food categories. This daunting task required us to eat at a lot of restaurants in a period of just 9 days. To transition from Japan VS into Devour NYC we decided to start off with a ramen episode. Here we have the top 5 ramen restaurants in New York City.
Our method for determining this was to take as many “best of” lists and get and aggregate score of all of them to get the very best of the best.
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Chinese Man – I got that tune (the trickaz remix)
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The Offspring – Intermission
Every Tuesday, Indo Java in Queens, New York, turns into the hottest spot in town for traditional Indonesian cuisine. And the best part? You’re always guaranteed the best seat in the house. With only one table, Warung Selasa is one of the smallest restaurants in the city, located inside a tiny, two-aisle grocery store. Owned and operated by Dewi Tjahjadi, Warung Selasa has been spreading the flavors of Indonesia in Queens for the past 10 years.
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We found lots of awesome places to eat in Manhattan, arguably the most vibrant borough of New York City. I am salivating just thinking about all the delicious food we ate! We visited over FIFTY food joints in Manhattan, and below is a list of our top twelve eateries, arranged in alphabetical order.
Read more at: http://www.eatandtravelwithus.com/2017/08/what-to-eat-in-manhattan-new-york-city/
Here’s 12 best places to eat in Manhattan:
1. 12 Chairs Cafe
2. Breakroom Burgers and Tacos
3. Burger & Lobster
4. Chelsea Market
5. Clinton Street Baking Company & Restaurant
6. Dominique Ansel Bakery
8. Jongro BBQ
9. Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong
10. Luke’s Lobster
12. Momofuku Milk Bar
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When visiting New York City, you can just eat at the same chain restaurants that you have in your hometown, but there are some truly authentic New York food experiences you really should try. Chef and “Appetites” author Anthony Bourdain gives his unique take on what you should eat and do when you visit New York City.
Emilio Vitolo, owner of the famed Emilio’s Ballato, has worked in NYC’s Little Italy for decades. Follow along as he and his son Anthony tour some of their favorite places to eat Italian in the neighborhood.
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The results of Zagat’s 2017 New York Survey are in! To celebrate this year’s top picks – from donut shops to barbecue joints – Zagat went behind the scenes to capture a day in the life of these beloved New York dining institutions.
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Buvette restaurant in NYC is my favorite! And since Connor and I are about to move to London, I thought it’s about darn time I take you all inside to show you!
Buvette is an intimate French bistro in New York’s West Village neighborhood. It’s open throughout the entire day and it’s a wonderful place to go for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, a late-night snack or a midday bite. So basically — it’s perfect for EVERYTHING. Their espresso drinks are lovely, the cocktails and wine are superb…and the food!!! All of the food is simply amazing. I’m going to miss this place.
My friend Sierra Tishgart, NY Editor of New York Magazine’s Grub Street, also loves Buvette so she joined me to show you all why Buvette is such a special place. Big thanks to the owner Jody Williams for letting us shoot video in her restaurant and stick a camera in the face of her fantastic servers 🙂
I’ll miss you NYC, and I’ll miss you Buvette!!
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Letting their establishment speak for itself, chefs, restaurateurs consider the quality, portion and price of their product. But how do you grow/build your business? Guests discussed word-of-mouth recommendations, social media, professional press and brand recognition arrangements with hotels.
Panel: David Burke, Chef & Restaurateur; Frank Crispo, Restaurateur, Crispo; Drew Nieporent, President, Myriad Restaurant Group.
The Stoler Report, Real Estate Trends in the Tri-State Region, New York’s only television broadcast featuring real estate and business leaders, began its first season on television and on CUNY TV in September, 2003 (the series has enjoyed two previous seasons on radio.) Hosted by Michael R. Stoler, the weekly program features lively round-table discussions of topical issues in the world of real estate.
Watch more at http://www.cuny.tv/show/stolerreport