10 Quintessential New York City Foods

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Every city has its culinary specialties. Boston has chowder, Miami has the cubano, Baltimore has the crab cake. But this is New York, so we have a lot of them. Here are ten quintessential New York City foods.

Every city has its culinary specialties. Boston has chowder, Miami has the cubano, Baltimore has the crab cake. But this is New York, so we have a lot of them. Here are 10 quintessential NYC foods.

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Cool Off With the Best NYC Ice Cream

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Ice cream is a favorite simple pleasure during the summertime. And now they’re one of the most Instagram-friendly desserts on the planet. Yes, you want your treat to look great for the ‘gram — but you also want it to taste good, too. These are our favorite NYC ice cream shops to try this summer.

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Where to Eat During NYC Restaurant Week

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The list of restaurants participating in NYC Restaurant Week 2019 is up, and a slew of Midtown’s best spots are on it. From July 22 until August 16, enjoy a 3-course lunch and dinner for $26 and $42, respectively. Here’s a selection of our favorite Midtown restaurants on the list this year. 

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Five Best NYC Rooftop Bars

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Summer is almost here. And that means locals and visitors alike will begin to pack the best NYC rooftop bars for as long as the season’s sunny days allow. Here’s where to soak up the sun while enjoying the best cocktails (and some of the best views) in Manhattan.

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What to Eat Now in NYC With John Beatty

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What to eat in NYC? That’s the perennial question on the minds of guests and locals alike. We asked Culinary Director John Beatty of Lexington Brass here at Hotel 48LEX about his favorite places to eat in NYC right now, as well as what’s new on the menu at Lexington Brass. Read on to take a bite out of the Big Apple.

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How to Do Thanksgiving in NYC Like a New Yorker

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The holidays in NYC have been chronicled in countless movies, but living the magic yourself is a whole new experience. While many empty out of the city for Thanksgiving, like transplants who return home, the locals stay behind. From the spectacle of the world’s most famous parade to an array of outdoor events that will make the city feel like a world all your own, here’s how to do Thanksgiving like a real New Yorker.

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