Whether you want ramen, chicken noodle, clam chowder or tomato, here's where to find a warm bowl of soup.
Beautiful fresh sashimi and briny oysters make this one of the top spots for seafood in the city. Also, chowders and other soups will warm you up. Plus, great seasonal pies!
A rotating selection of soups makes this one of my favorite spots to warm up in the winter.
Fantastic churros are a must order at the end of a meal, which should definitely involve a caldo or fantastic torta. There are also a range of hot chocolates, like the spicy Aztec.
Housemade hot sauces and mignonettes nicely complement East and West coast oysters. Also try: tomato-laced mussels and clam chowder.
I dream of the tan tan men.
I am ALWAYS in the mood for Au Cheval. The bologna sandwich is my favorite, but I also love the burger, the fries with mornay sauce, the duck heart hash, the matzo ball soup, the salad...
Lovely spot for dinner or brunch—the fried green tomatoes topped with an egg are delicious, and the grits are a must-order. Try the crab soup as well. If you sit on the porch in the winter, a plaid blanket on the back of each chair will keep you warm and cozy.
The beauty of Fish Bar is that preparations are simple - including oysters, which are stripped down to the basics: bivalve, mignonette, lemon. Also try: mussels cooked with rosemary and white wine and the crab gumbo. Plus - key lime pie!
Load up a bento box with slow-roasted pork belly, soba noodles, grilled veggies, and edamame, or grab a quick cup of ramen.
Head here for well-done banh mi and accompaniments like summer rolls and soups. They often do sampling, so you can try a new sandwich before ordering!