96 "Walk-Ins" restaurants in New York.
Anassa Taverna is a big Greek restaurant that’s useful for a last-minute dinner in the East 60s.
Donburiya is a fun Japanese izakaya in the Theater District that specializes in inexpensive donburi bowls and facilitating rowdy group meals.
Bombay Chowk is a casual Indian restaurant on the UES with neon lights, chairs that look like thrones, and some very good chicken kadai.
Sasabune Express is a casual sushi spot on the UES that serves great handrolls and sushi platters.
Go out of your way to eat the tom yum soup and pad thai at Thai Farm Kitchen between Kensington and Windsor Terrace.
If you’re looking for some fun vegan food in Industry City, go to Renegades of Sunset.
If you’re looking or a sandwich in Industry City and don’t feel like eating a massive mound of meat at Hometown Bar-B-Que, stop by Ends Meat.
Yaso Tangbao is a great place for some noodles with braised beef or soup dumplings in Industry City.
Yafa Cafe is a Yemeni coffee shop in Sunset Park where you can hang out, get some work done, and eat a great fried chicken sandwich.
The Roast is a spot in Sunset Park that's perfect for when you need to grab a quick meal or several pounds of roast pork.
Park Asia is a great option for a group meal in Sunset Park. It’s a massive space with plenty of natural light, and it’s especially good for dim sum.
Bamboo Garden is a Cantonese spot with excellent dim sum and roast pork in Sunset Park.
Mo’s Original is an affordable ramen spot in Prospect Lefferts Gardens with smoked jerk meats that will make you wish you had a smoker of your own.
Angkor Cambodian Bistro is an incredible Cambodian restaurant in the East 60s you should tell everyone you know on the UES about.