NYU students are studying in one of the greatest food cities in the world, but it's hard to partake in the deliciousness with the few precious pennies left over after tuition. But there are a few spots close to campus worth seeking out. Made by an NYU student for all the students of life.
If a coffee shop that's no bigger than a closet always has a line, it says something about what's brewing. It's bound to be crowded when the expansion's done.
New NYU students don't understand how lucky they are to basically have Astor Wines on campus. Older students do--it's a required stop during finals or after paying that tuition bill.
The little sandwich place that launched the brand. It's proof no one is ever too old for some PB&J love washed down with an Elvis shake.
They say the New York diner is a dying breed. But you wouldn't know it after seeing the scene at the classic Waverly Diner. It's still open 24/7, perfect for finals week.
Outside seating? Check. A decent happy hour? Check. Place to find grad students "brainstorming" over pints? Check.
This landmark kati shop is almost always full of students and locals because what could possibly better than Indian burritos, especially after a night of imbibing.