157 "Impressing Out of Towners" restaurants in New York.
Blue Willow is an upscale Chinese restaurant in Midtown that specializes in Szechuan and Hunan food.
Yellow Rose in the East Village specializes in fantastic Texan food and homemade tortillas made with Sonoran flour.
Like its other locations around the city, Xi’an Famous Foods’ Flushing location serves spicy, satisfying western Chinese food we often dream about.
Shelsky’s in Cobble Hill is a classic Jewish appetizing and deli spot, with some of the chewiest and best bagels in Brooklyn.
Ling’s is an iconic food cart on Canal Street in Chinatown that’s been making spherical dough puffs since 1982.
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.
Szechuan Mountain House is a casual Szechuan spot in Flushing that makes some of our mapo tofu in the city.
Chuan Tian Xia in Sunset Park makes Szechuan food you should plan your weekend around.
Baylander Steel Beach is a bar on a converted navy ship at the West Harlem Piers. It's a great place to spend a weekend afternoon or evening.
On the roof of Pier 17 in the Seaport District, The Greens is a big outdoor space where you can drink while playing lawn games with a group.
For a waffle ice cream sandwich or some banana pudding ice cream with vanilla wafers and Vienna Fingers, go to Mikey Likes It in the East Village.
Davey’s is an ice cream spot in the East Village that excels at classic flavors like strawberry, pistachio, and “strong coffee.”
The original location of Taco Mix in East Harlem makes the best al pastor tacos in NYC.