When you are roaming about town...don't have time to sit...but your stomach feels as empty as a politician soul...go here.
A LES institution. Jewish delicacies, legendary lox and bagels...a must visit on your downtown historical food tour.
Home of the famed creme brûlée doughnut. Recently expanded and can also be found at the legendary Chelsea Hotel. Sid & Nancy would love it.
Sit outside on the stools and watch the world go by or take one to go. Tacos are fresh, spicy and delicious. Funny little shop with coll cats inside.
Homemade pretzels of all kinds from this former Bouley apprentice. The pumpkin and sunflower seeded with honey mustard dip
are a meal alone
A little bit of the Big Easy right on Orchard Street. Din..the owner...is there to offer NOLA style sandwiches and Southern hospitality. Get the Chicken Biscuit.
You want to have a real hot dog in Brooklyn? Skip Nathan's...you can get that at the mall...go to Bark. Delicious, creative and fun.
Can't get to Italy?...Get down to Ludlow & Houston for your Pistachio or Marscopone gelato fix. Brave the lines...it's worth it.
Cute little throwback corner shop with adequate seating, fun bites and Illy coffee. Don't miss the Black & White Cupcake.
One of the first to move from food truck to brick & mortar their chocolate bread pudding pays the bills. Counter Culture coffee to sip along
Fresh on-site hipster ice cream made here daily. Funky named specialties and long lines. Lots of flavor and fun.
The original. Small funky Québécois Jewish deli/restaurant right off Atlantic Ave. The duck and knish are worth the trip alone.