In this week’s Dine on Demand segment, where we uncover your favorite unique places to grab a bite, we sent TV 10-55′s Alex Denis to find out the secret behind the incredibly popular sandwiches at Num Pang in the East Village.
Moti Rabinowitz and Robin Antar are both artists — although they work in different mediums.
Midtown Manhattan is a hotbed of working men and women. When lunch time hits, where do you head? Here are our 15 favorites spots for your Midtown lunch.
Your favorite brown bag lunch has classed itself up in a big way. In New York City, creamy peanut butter, sweet jelly and bread – plain, toasted or even fried, along with eclectic toppings – can be found in restaurants, cafes or even as bar food.
John is an old-school Greek vendor who takes pride in what he serves, with quality being important to him. We think he has one of the best chicken over rice dishes in the city, but on this visit, we went with the ribeye steak sandwich for $6.
I started with the crab cake slider, which was a thick patty about 4 inches across. The slider had a remoulade sauce on it, which is kind of like a spicy tartar sauce. The remoulade had a two-pronged bite; one from cayenne pepper and one from vinegar.
With all the exotic food trucks around, it’s been a while since we had that staple of the American lunch diet, a tuna melt. And with a $5 tuna melt, we had room in our wallet for $4 onion rings.
Where do you go for the best sandwiches in Manhattan? The city is filled with so many solid sammies, we’re breaking it down by borough. Here are our picks for Manhattan’s best.
On my first bite, it was mostly lettuce and tomato, but by the 2nd bite, not only did I get a big chunk of chicken, but the heat started coming through. Jerk chicken is supposed to be a spicy dish, and this certainly was.
The warm weather means outdoor market season is in full swing, and full of delicious food options. But what’s really worth it and what can you skip? Here’s a list of the best food finds at local markets.
The eggplant was soft and delicious. You could see a few small pieces of tomato in the sauce, as well as something green, which I think was a basil leaf.
There’s a new food cart from the brother and sister team behind the Bian Dang and Fishing Shrimp food trucks. Fun Buns NYC serves Taiwanese buns with fillings like roast pork, lemongrass chicken and spicy beef.
Brooklyn is a borough known for quality eats. It’s home to some of the country’s best pizza, but where can you find the best sandwiches? These are our favorites.
The weekly special had lots of breaded jerk chicken, muenster cheese and sliced tomato on French bread. The jerk chicken was nice and peppery, with a decent amount of heat.
I know that $9 is not cheap for a hero, but you do get a lot of bang for the buck. On a base of fresh, rare roast beef were long blocks of cheddar cheese, sliced cherry tomatoes, arugula, red onions and horseradish aioli