This August, spice up your boring brown bag lunch with something more than turkey on whole wheat. From out of the ordinary toppings to crazy combinations, these New York City restaurants are offering creative sandwiches for something interesting between two slices of bread.
Long a staple of the kids menu, mac and cheese in NYC has grown up, thanks to elegant ingredients like gruyere, duck, and lobster. But this comfort food also comes with hot dogs and hamburger, and even plain, for any purists in the audience.
Let’s do lunch. The New York City lunch meeting has evolved over the last several decades, as businessmen and women meet to discuss new ideas, sign contracts or just catch up. Impress your clients and friends at one of these 10 top spots for “power lunching.”
The newest food truck in town is called Wing’n It. They specialize in one thing – chicken wings, and you can have them grilled, baked or fried.
Even highly trained chefs deal with kid critics when it comes to lunch box offerings. The Executive Chef of Shaw’s Crab House in Chicago says use fresh ingredients and a little risk and you get fewer orders of pb&j this school year.
We are all sweating it out in this heat — but refreshment is found nearby in some delicious, cold goods that will help you keep your cool — and your calm. Here are a few chilled, light savory items to seek out.
Another new food truck popped up recently, and if you like cold Italian hero sandwiches, make sure to check them out. This was one of the best sandwiches we’ve had in a while.
Get your fix, whether it’s lobster, crab, clam or oyster you crave. These are our favorite seafood sandwiches in the city, from lobster rolls to authentic NOLA po’ boys.
A man in his late 60′s met a sudden death during a morning bike ride on Friday, near the corner of 6th Ave and 65th Street in Borough Park, Brooklyn.
There have been a number of new street food vendors coming out in the past month or so, and Mamak is one of the more intriguing ones. They specialize in rendang, a Malaysian stew that’s popular throughout Southeast Asia, but there were other interesting things on the menu we wanted to try as well.
Recently, Blend Express was parked between 55th & 56th St. We’ve enjoyed their Latin beef bowl, but walking by we noticed something new on the menu – a Cuban Sandwich for $7. Sold!
The latest food truck to hit NYC is called Sweet Chili, and they serve what the chef and owner, Lisa Fernandes, calls “Thaietnamese” Cuisine. That’s because there are some aspects of Thai and some aspects of Vietnamese cooking in her dishes.
Perry, the voice behind New York Street Food, brings you his latest review on New York City food trucks. There’s a new food truck on the street, but the company has actually been around for […]
When we travel to L.A., there are at least 3 food trucks serving banh mi, the Vietnamese sandwiches that we love. It’s about time that NYC finally has a banh mi truck of its own.
There’s another new food truck in town, and this one truly stands out from all those trucks serving variations on tacos, burritos and rice bowls. The Rhong Tiam Supreme Burger Truck puts its own unique twist on burgers, but there were a couple of other items we wanted to try first before tackling those patties.