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The city’s top spots for Indian food are now in Manhattan.
Where to find superior versions of the saucy, celebratory Mexican dish.
The former Soviet republic’s cuisine is delicious, and proliferating in New York.
Where to feast on the foods of Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan.
Iconic New York food or starch-on-starch anachronism, the potato-stuffed pastry provides nostalgia and nourishment in equal measure.
Seven excellent versions that justify ordering the often-underwhelming dish.
World-class pizza, pastrami, and pork buns only blocks away.
You can find the city’s finest renditions grilled, baked, and even in a salad.
Food that’s worth a special trip whether you’re observant (or even Jewish) or not.
A proper Wiener schnitzel is so much more than just a cutlet.
The grilled corn cakes can be filled with almost anything.
There are multiple ways to quench your thirst.
Where to get your mala on.
In their quest for breakfast excellence, chefs employ such secret weapons as chocolate babka, malt powder, and ube paste.
An improvisatory recipe that became an icon.
These breakfasts have a whole lot more to offer than eggs and pancakes.
A ranked list of those carts with name recognition that park at the same location all the time, by way of one representative dish: chicken over rice.
Reward yourself for doing your civic duty.
Spending an evening at one of the city’s izakayas — a.k.a. Japanese gastropubs — is one of the most transportive things you can do in this city.
It’s bewitchingly addictive, holds up well as leftovers, and is so popular that you can get it at countless restaurants throughout the city.