The writers and editors of Edible Manhattan and Brooklyn have done wonders uncovering the untold stories of New York City's food landscape. To celebrate the restaurants supporting our region's farmers, they throw the annual Eat Drink Local Week. This year the week runs from June 22nd to 29th and here's a list of great restaurants to eat out at, or merchants to stop by to make your own dinner.
Still one of the best restaurants in New York City, despite being nearly 20 years old.
Every New York foodie worth their salt has graced the shrine to cheese and delicious things known as Murray's on Bleecker. It's the original Whole Paycheck store.
Amy's Bread has a few stores in Manhattan only and each continues to dish out some of the best cake, pie, and other treats around.
For anyone interested in the fancier farm-to-table restaurants, the always outstanding Telepan should be on your list.
Jimmy's No. 43, tucked down below street level, is great for beer, delicious nibbles, or shooting the breeze with Jimmy himself.
Tucked away on 22nd Street lies the unassuming, casual and delicious Almond. It's especially great for those dinners where you need to impress, but remain on your budget.
The Upper West Side was an unlikely place to for Cesare Casella to open the delicious Salumeria Rosi with its Italian meats and perfect pasta. It's the local's Eataly.
"Chick-KEE-toe" specializes in Basque tapas and Spanish wines. Dinner can get crowded, but it's a great spot for lunch or an unique brunch.
The Vanderbilt lets local Brooklynites have a great place to pick up a whiskey and a great plate of food. I highly recommend anything with their housemade charcuterie.
Mary Cleaver is a revolutionary for us sustainability people, and The Green Table proves that even wine bars can get in on the movement.
PRINT's commitment to fresh, local ingredients is apparent right down to the links on their website so you can know more about the farms they use.