95 "Walk-Ins" restaurants in New York.
Al Di La is the ultimate neighborhood Italian restaurant. If you live in Park Slope, congratulations.
Roberta’s is the most important pizza joint in New York City, and this commune of Brooklyn culture only gets better with age.
Ayada is one of the best Thai restaurants in the city. Bring a big group to Elmhurst spot, and cover your table in duck, catfish, and drunken noodles.
Via Carota is a walk-in only Italian spot in the West Village, and there’s a good chance you’ll have to wait a few hours for a table. It’s worth it.
BK Jani is a counter-service place in Bushwick serving meat-heavy Pakistani street food that you’ll think about when you’re in bed late at night.
We like this tiny French restaurant on the Lower East Side so much we almost didn’t want to tell you about it.
Zooba is an Egyptian restaurant in Nolita, and it’s the only fast-casual restaurant worth caring about.
La Morada is a Mexican restaurant in Mott Haven with seven different kinds of mole, some excellent tacos, and many other things you’ll want to eat.
Ops is a pizza restaurant in Bushwick where you’ll want to become a regular even if you don’t live in the neighborhood.
Okonomi in Williamsburg is one of the best kept Japanese secrets in NYC.
Upstate Craft Beer & Oyster Bar is the ultimate neighborhood restaurant, with fresh seafood, friendly service, and free-flowing craft beer.
Sky Cafe is a small spot in Elmhurst where you’ll find excellent Indonesian food.