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.
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If you’re going to be spending time indoors, make the most of a rainy day and hit up one of New York City’s many museums.
New Yorkers can be divided between those who don’t go near street meat and those who believe it one of the most delicious, efficient ways to consume home-style savory lunches that cannot be found elsewhere.
Undoubtedly the most exalted four-legged animal of recent years, swine’s unmatched popularity with both chefs and diners is evident some of the most indulgent menus in town. Check out some of the best places to get piggy with it.
This hole-in-the-wall isn’t much by way of decor (it has only 10 seats), but it has one of the best delivery burgers in the city.