|Originally posted by Cubsnation1 |
deep dish pizza !!
That's not pizza, to me it looks like a big pot pie. Pizza is not meant to be eaten with a fork.
BTW, do not mention deep dish pizza to native NY'ers, they hate to hear that shit.
There's lots of ethnic food from all different places, how long are you staying for? I would definitely recommend getting some soul food in Harlem and some italian food @ Da Nico in Little Italy. Peruvian and Colombian food is best in Jackson Heights, Queens. For Argentinean food, go to Novecento in SoHo. And for sure try to go to Peter Luger, if the price tag is too high, you can always have their awesome burger for $15 (lunch only). Also one of my favourite places is Caracas Arepa Bar, they serve Venezuelan Arepas (around $7). If you want an all-meat dinner, I'd recommend you Plataforma in midtown, a Brazilian Rodizio where the guys that work there walk around with big skewers with different cuts of meat and you can have as much as you like, you get the most bang for your buck here, at about $50 per person. They also do lunch for like $35.
For anything else you'd like to know food-wise, check yelp.com, menupages.com and/or zagat.com