Every New York City neighborhood has its food gems, and midtown near Grand Central Station is no exception. Here are the best restaurants a ten minute walk or less from Grand Central.
Tacos are great: eat one, and you still have room for a burrito or a tamale or an ice cream sundae. Eat several, and you’re sated until the next mealtime. New York City has experienced a boomlet of great taquerias in recent years, especially in Manhattan. Herewith, our five favorites.
Quality BBQ is well represented in New York City. The barbecue food trend has crossed the river into Brooklyn, with many restaurants worth a trip to the outer borough.
Celebrate National Taco Day on Friday, October 4 at one of these delicious restaurants offering the best tacos in the city.
It’s true that New York City is a long way from Texas. But breakfast tacos, a Lonestar state staple, taste just as good up north. Here are some of the best versions available throughout New York City.
We’ve written about Tribeca Taco Truck before, but haven’t tried their burritos yet. This trip called for a carne asada burrito, which cost $8.
CBS 2’s Tony Tantillo shows you just how easy it is to make tasty tacos.
Last weekend, we went to the All About Downtown Festival in Jersey City. At the fest were more than a dozen of NYC’s best food trucks, but there were also a few local Jersey City vendors.
There’s a fairly new food truck in town called Taco Bite, but since we’ve been eating and writing about tacos a lot lately, we decided to get a burrito this time.
Once a town where almost no one could get a good Mexican (or even Californian) taco, New York is now a city with a plethora of options making national ‘best of’ lists.
It starts with a corn tortilla stuffed with beans that’s shaped like a surfboard. On top of the tortilla is your choice of meat (I got chorizo), along with lettuce, tomato, onions, crumbled cojita cheese, cilantro, crema, and a few thin avocado slices.
There was lots of meat on each taco, which were topped with lettuce, tomato, onions, crema, crumbled cojita cheese, cilantro and thankfully, two tortillas per taco. There were even a few sliced radishes.
We dare you to assert that New Yorkers don’t get the good Mexican food L.A. does. In anticipation of Cinco de Mayo, we searched the city, and these are the best restaurants serving empanadas, tostadas and chimichangas.
One of the better lunch deals around is 3 tacos for $7 at KTT. There are 4 different types to chooses from, and you can mix and match. I got a short rib, a chicken and a falafel taco.
The batter was light and the fish inside was nice and moist. With 6 pieces, there was plenty of meat in the main course – but the sauces were what made this lunch dish.