304 "Dining Solo" restaurants in New York.
Dim Sum Go Go is a low-key spot in Manhattan’s Chinatown serving reliable dum sum all day.
Mariscos El Submarino is a casual Mexican seafood restaurant in Jackson Heights that serves excellent aguachile.
Taqueria Ramirez is a tiny CDMX-style spot in Greenpoint that makes some of the city’s best tacos (like suadero, tripa, and more).
Veeray De Dhaba, an Indian spot in the East Village, has tiffin lunch specials that are some of the best deals you can find in the neighborhood.
The Ten Bells Brooklyn location is the second wine bar from the team, located in Bushwick right across from Maria Hernandez Park.
Makana is a Hawaiian restaurant that’s great for a casual solo lunch or dinner with a friend near West 106th Street.
If you want to learn about sake and get a little rowdy all in the same evening, Sake Bar Satsko in Alphabet City is a great place to be.
Contento is an exciting place to have dinner in East Harlem - they serve Peruvian dishes and the restaurant was built with accessibility in mind.
Salsa Pizzeria makes some truly excellent Neapolitan pies out of a tiny space in residential Greenpoint.
Raku is an udon spot in the East Village that we rely on for a great last-minute meal.
Contra is a Lower East Side restaurant that serves a rotating menu of seasonal, experimental dishes, and wine that’s cooler than you are.
High-quality sushi, a garden patio, and an omakase for under $100 make Sushi Nonaka one of the best secrets on the Upper West Side.
Cozy Royale in Williamsburg is somewhere you should come the next time you’re in the mood for a burger and a beer.
You’ll leave Gem on the Lower East Side excited for the future of vegetables, meat, and dining out.