354 "Quick Eats" restaurants in New York.
Veeray De Dhaba, an Indian spot in the East Village, has tiffin lunch specials that are some of the best deals you can find in the neighborhood.
Semicolon is a Korean-influenced cafe in Washington Heights with great sandos.
Buunni Coffee is a great place to grab coffee (and an injera wrap) in Washington Heights.
Dragon Bing makes Chinese bing at The Market Line on the LES that make for a great casual weeknight dinner or lunch.
Baby Luc’s is a slice shop from the Lucali team in Carroll Gardens where you can have a grown-up pizza party.
Kabir’s in Kensington’s Little Bangladesh is a great place to stop for a snack at almost any time of day.
Madhuban is where to find the best naan in Little Bangladesh, with an airy interior and a delicate char on the outside.
Downtown Bakery serves our favorite breakfast burritos in the East Village, as well as all-day Pueblan specials that are perfect for a quick lunch.
Rely on the Red Hook location of this famous Brooklyn sandwich shop the next time you’re looking for a great picnic in the area. Get a pork roll.
Upside Pizza in Soho is a great slice shop that serves a tangy cheese slice made with sourdough.
Native Noodles is a Singaporean spot in Washington Heights that makes great laksa and chili crab.
Village Square Pizza in the West Village serves a mix of vegan, non-vegan, square, and non-square pies by the slice.
Two Boots on Avenue A is a great late-night option for vegan and non-vegan slices.
Rome To Brooklyn in East Williamsburg serves a wide range of pizzas and fried calzones, including a bunch of vegan options.