Best Restaurants in NYC

If you're looking for the best restaurants to eat at in New York City, look no further. This guide will help you find the perfect place to satisfy your cravings, whether you're a tourist or a local. We've included some of the most popular restaurants in each borough, as well as a few hidden gems that are definitely worth checking out. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your dining adventure today!



Manhattan

With towering skyscrapers and bustling city streets, you can't go wrong with one of the many Michelin-starred restaurants in Manhattan. For a truly unique dining experience, head to Per Se or Eleven Madison Park.

If you're looking for something a little more casual, try Shake Shack or Pret a Manger. The newest hot spot is Charles Pan-Fried Chicken - The Infatuation sums it up perfectly, "The fried chicken here is famously made in a cast-iron skillet rather than a deep fryer, and the meat comes out tender beneath a well-seasoned crust." Charles Pan-Fried Chicken has locations in both Harlem and the Upper West Side.


Brooklyn

Becoming one of the coolest places on the planet, according to Thrillist, there are many hip places to try in Brooklyn. Check out Roman's for some of the best Italian food in the city. For something fresh, try Littleneck Outpost for some delicious seafood. And if you're just looking for a good old-fashioned burger, you can't go wrong with Five Guys.


Looking for something a little different? Try Aunts et Uncles - a Caribbean-inspired vegan restaurant. They're a small space so plan ahead if you have a larger group. The Thrillist recommends their French Toast or The Link Up, their version of a hot dog on a pretzel bun.



Queens

If you're in Queens, try out some of the best Chinese food at Joe's Shanghai. Or if you're in the mood for some authentic Indian cuisine, head to Jackson Diner. And of course, no trip to Queens would be complete without a stop at one of the many food carts offering up delicious street food.


Another restaurant worth trying is Sweet Wonton House. This fast-casual, Hong Kong-styled restaurant is known for its delicate soups and hearty dim sum options. It's no wonder The Eater NY named it one of the hottest restaurants in Queens!


The Bronx

The Bronx is home to some great Italian restaurants, like Mario's and Zero Otto Nove. Or if you're looking for the best restaurants in Little Italy NYC, try the Bronx Beer Hall. Their five taps serve a rotation of locally brewed hops pairing well with their all-American menu. And of course, no visit to the Bronx would be complete without a trip to Yankee Stadium for some delicious stadium food.


Have a larger group to accommodate? Try Charlie's Bar and Kitchen. They offer a live music brunch on both Saturday and Sunday, including bottomless mimosas, need we say more?


Staten Island

And last but not least, Staten Island is home to some great restaurants that offer views of the Statue of Liberty and New York Harbor. Looking for restaurants with a view? Check out Ascent Lounge at the top of the Empire State Building. And if you're looking for some delicious pizza, head to Denino's Pizzeria & Tavern.


You can't leave NYC without a bagel and Pio Hot Bagels may be the best in town. With crusty outsides and doughy insides, these fresh bagels are perfect for buttery toppings. Pio Hot Bagels specialize in not only fresh bagels, but delicious breakfast sandwiches served on their famous bagels.


So there you have it! A guide to some of the best restaurants in New York City. Whether you're a tourist or a local, we hope you'll find something to your liking. Bon appetit!