Monday, April 11, 2011

Eating Out in New York City

Since it is a beautiful spring day in New York City, I will NOT post another cranky blog complaining about sub-par food I've eaten in the previous week. Instead, I will do something I've been meaning to do for a lawng, lawng time: make a list of recommended eateries here in the Big Apple & BK. I'll link to my review of them. I'll update if something changes. For new readers, I hope this is a helpful (albeit limited and totally partial) resource.

Tu-Lu's Gluten Free Bakery: For all things sweet (and paninis!)
338 East 11th Street, between 1st and 2nd Avenue

La Esquina Taqueria: For mouth-watering tacos and celeb-spotting.
114 Kenmare, at Lafayette

Risotteria: For a complete, carbo-loaded meal: breadsticks and pizza, cupcakes and beer.
270 Bleecker Street

Radegast Hall & Biergarten Gluten-free beer, sausages, picnic tables, and hipsters.
113 n.3rd Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Keste Pizza & Vino The chewiest GF pizza I've had yet, available on Mondays & Tuesdays.
271 Bleecker Street

Saravanaas Indian Vegetarian Restaurant South Indian cuisine: dosas, chutneys, and idlys! Vegan Friendly.
Corner of 26th and Lexington

MoMA Modern art and allergy-aware service.
11 West 53rd Street

Tartine BYO French, go for the mussels, fries, and a macaron!
253 West 11th Street

Chipotle cheap eats, many locations.

Veggies Natural Juice Bar Bob Marley & Kale juice
785 Franklin Avenue, between St. John & Lincoln

Sun in Bloom Energizing & enlightening vegan and raw nosh.
460 Bergen Street, Brooklyn

Chelsea Market, 75 9th Avenue (Between 15th and 16th Streets)

Taim Three flavors of falafel to choose from and fresh date-lime-banana smoothies
222 Waverly Place

Jamba Juice Slightly healthier milkshakes, on-the-go.

Chavella's Best tacos in central Brooklyn, sez I.
732 Classon Avenue, Prospect Heights Brooklyn, soon to open at Franklin Ave & Sterling Place, Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

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