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The Best Places To Eat In New York City

To me, its quite obvious that the food in America is better than the food here in the UK. They do everything bigger, better and more sugary and as someone who never passes up the opportunity to have dessert (breakfast dessert is a totally normal thing in my house) that sits pretty well with me! I'm also a huge fan of Man V. Food it's not just dessert that I want to stuff in my face, the main reason that the US is currently on my travel bucket list is the food so today I am going to share with you all the places that I want to visit. Maybe one day, I'll finally get around to visiting NYC again, and I will be able to come back to this list and tick each of them off! I’d love to know if you guys have been to any of these place or if you have any more suggestions for my hypothetical list.
Wowfulls
We recently got a new egg waffle place down the road from work and it was a huge deal. Meanwhile wowfuls are killin’ it over in the US with their incredible creations. Why don’t our egg waffles look like that?!
Claw daddy's
It has always been a dream of mine to sit down at a table and have a bowl full of seafood and sweetcorn poured out on the table in front of me. Burger & Lobster will have to do for now.
DŌ
No matter how many times I was told not to eat raw cookie dough, I was always the kid that ate the cookie dough before it went into the oven. Look it's delicious ok, I couldn’t help it. Little did my 7 y/o self know that one day, it would be possible to buy risk free cookie dough which I could eat until my heart’s content. I was super sad when I found out this was just an american thing but luckily, there is a cookie dough pop up opening in London this summer as well!

 Katz Delicatessen
Growing up in a Jewish family means that Katz Deli looks like home. Their pastrami and mustard on rye looks like NYCs answer to the brick lanes salt beef beigles. (Jewish ones are not called bagels ok)
Milk & Cookies
Ice cream coated in multi coloured candy (getting into the american spirit) and sandwiched between two freshly baked cookies. This place know what they're doing and it looks delicious.
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Joe's Pizza
Did you know that NYC eats 150 slices of pizza every minute?! and I can understand becasue it looks delicious over there! I hate 'thin and crispy' over here; seriously, who wants a crsipy pizza. All I want is a greasy slice of thin pizza that is bigger than my face is that too much to ask?
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Sugar factory
Sugar factory has been on my radar for a while. I used to spend a lot of time on Instagram looking for places to have quirky cocktails in London but you don't find cocktails like this in London. Any that I did find were always outdone but photos of crazy colours, huge cocktails from Sugar Factory.
Soft Swerve
This place have some pretty strange flavours including ube purple yam (which I'm pretty sure is big in the phillapines) but I'm always up for trying an adventurous flavour and aren't these the most beautiful ice cream cones you've ever seen?
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3 comments

  1. Oh wow! Food in America is just the best isn't it? Man vs Food is one of my favourite binge shows haha, though I always end up craving a massive burger or something by the end of it!
    I'd love to visit NYC one day, mostly just for the food haha!
    xo April | April Everyday

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  2. New York is literally the top of my bucket list of places to visit. I'm hoping to go next year - so definitely going to book mark this post for then, I'm sure it'll come in handy!

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  3. Wish I'd been able to read this post before I went to New York last year! I want to try them all. Amazing blog, will definitely be following along :)

    Rachel x
    The Project Lifestyle

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