187 "Impressing Out of Towners" restaurants in New York.
Rosella is a sustainable sushi spot on Avenue A in the East Village showing off how great American fish can be.
Pecking House is a part delivery-only operation, part restaurant based in Fresh Meadows that serves incredible hot chili fried chicken.
CheLi is a memorable Shanghainese restaurant in the East Village where you should eat with a group.
Dhamaka is an Indian restaurant in Essex Market on the Lower East Side serving fantastic regional specialties that are hard to find elsewhere in NYC.
Taqueria Ramirez is a tiny CDMX-style spot in Greenpoint that makes some of the city’s best tacos (with suadero, tripa, and more).
When it comes to picking a high-end sushi place in NYC, Nakaji in Chinatown is a great choice for people looking to pay for unique fish.
Falansai is a Vietnamese restaurant in Bushwick with excellent seasonal dishes, and a dining space that feels like your coolest friend’s living room.
L’Industrie in Williamsburg makes NYC’s best slice of pizza, fusing Italian ingredients with classic New York-style crust.
Chalupas Poblanas El Tlecuile is an elusive, cash-only chalupa stand in Jackson Heights that you should plan your weekend around.
Sushi On Me is a party sushi omakase spot in a basement in Jackson Heights where you can drink unlimited sake and eat delicious nigiri for under $100.
Jeju-Island is a Korean restaurant in Murray Hill, Queens that specializes in sushi and sashimi.
Dame is an exciting English seafood restaurant in Greenwich Village with delicious fish, a long wine list, and a disco playlist.
Baby Luc’s is a slice shop from the Lucali team in Carroll Gardens where you can have a grown-up pizza party.
Think of Iris as your go-to place near Times Square for delicious Greek and Turkish dishes without sky-high price tags.
Ace’s in Williamsburg is where you should go for the best Detroit-style pizza in the city.