491 "American" Restaurants in New York.
L’ito’s is an all-day Italian-American takeout spot by the Manhattan Bridge in Chinatown with a great Italian combo.
Yellow Rose in the East Village specializes in fantastic Texan food and homemade tortillas made with Sonoran flour.
Shelsky’s in Cobble Hill is a classic Jewish appetizing and deli spot, with some of the chewiest and best bagels in Brooklyn.
Abu’s Homestyle Bakery in Bed-Stuy is one of the few places that sells navy bean pie in the city - and you should try it.
Chez Nick is an American bistro that’s one of the best casual date spots on the Upper East Side.
Strangeways is a pleasant, outdoor-only restaurant in Williamsburg with a good backyard burger.
Pop’s Eat Rite is a vegan fast food spot on St. Marks Place with a good smash patty burger.
Oola’s Kitchen is a soul food spot on the Lower East Side where you should eat a delicious double smashburger.
Brooklyn Noosh is a casual spot in Bed-Stuy with burgers, beer, kabobs, and a big outdoor patio in their back alley.
Endswell is a French-American bistro in Fort Greene that serves great cocktails.
Like all of the locations of Peaches, the one in Fort Greene serves fantastic Nashville style hot chicken.
Barking Dog is a casual American spot on the Upper East Side where you can sit outside during brunch with your dog.
Bayou is a New Orleans-inspired brunch and dinner spot on Staten Island with an outdoor area that looks like it’s always celebrating Mardi Gras.
The Phunky Elephant on Staten Island is a tavern with American food, bingo brunch, and a big outdoor area where you can hang out with a friend.
Koten’s is a Caribbean and American restaurant on Staten Island with a fantastic backyard, late night hours, and lots of drink specials.