Bronx Eats: 2012 In Retrospect
2012 was a good year for the Bronx here on Serious Eats. It was our first year of dedicated coverage of the borough's culinary trappings, and boy did we find some tasty bites. So when presented with the task of putting together a year-end post, I wanted to focus on highlighting some of the more unique Bronx experiences that we have covered. We have already given you this year's list of 14 must-eat dishes in the Bronx—how many did you knock out? You still have meals before 2013!—and a guide on how to stuff yourself silly along the 6 train.
Still, we ate some really good grub since those posts, so now I'll chime in with a couple of the more unique and delicious foods covered in the year's waning months. This is not so much a "best of" list as it is a celebration of the borough's culture, with some thoughts on the future thrown in for good measure.
Here's to 2013 and the many more meals to come!
All the Stories
- My Best Bronx Meal of the Year At Neerob, Featuring A Legendary Banana Kofta
- The 6 Train!
- The Elusive Fresh Cotechino
- New York's Best Tamales? It Says More Than You Might Think
- A South Bronx Sandwich Hack
- Veal Jerky at European Meat Markets
- The City's Only Weekly Garifuna Cooking
- Trends To Follow: Hispanic Diversification, Bangladeshi Enclaves, Cambodian Food?
About the author: Chris Crowley is the author of the Bronx Eats column. Follow him on Twitter, or contact him directly at chris.e.crowley [at] gmail.com. In person, your best bet is the window seat at Neerob, or waiting in line at the Lechonera La Piranha trailer.