Camille Ford and Tailgate Fan chow down on fried chicken from Commerce in NYC.
While new restaurants come and go in New York City, plenty of openings this fall are generating significant buzz. This autumn, dine out at these new NYC eateries across town.
These five restaurants combine patriotism and creativity to offer unique spins on the classics. Our forefathers—and foremothers—would be proud.
Long a staple of picnics and potlucks, fried chicken has moved onto the menu at many New York City restaurants.
One of the newer food trucks in the city is Okadaman. If you’re not acquainted with them, Chef Okada, who’s visage graces the side of the truck, has created delicious recipes for okonomiyaki, Japanese fried chicken and takoyaki.
New Yorkers not only have access to classic Southern fried chicken, but we’ve got fried chicken New York City style — infused with some of the international flavors that make our city so vibrant.
This singular Southern staple has popped up in some unexpected New York City restaurants lately, and some might say that NYC has gone full-blown, fried chicken-crazy.